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Jul 9, 2019 | By Tali Soroker
Software reliability is a big deal, especially at the enterprise level, but too often companies are flying blind when it comes to the overall quality and reliability of their applications. It seems like every week, there’s a new report in the news calling out another massive software failure. Sometimes it’s just a glitch on social media causing usability issues, and other times it’s a serious issue in an aircraft system that leads to deadly crashes.
Jul 1, 2019 | By Tali Soroker
Development and IT Ops teams commonly find themselves in a game of tug-of-war between two key objectives: driving innovation and maintaining reliable (i.e. stable) software. To drive innovation, we’re seeing the emergence of CI/CD practices and the rise of automation. To maintain reliability software, DevOps practices and Site Reliability Engineering are being adopted to ensure the stability of software in fast-paced dev cycles.
Jun 24, 2019 | By Dave Snyder
When it comes to managing containers and the cluster infrastructure they run on, what’s the right tool for you?
Jun 18, 2019 | By Aviv Danziger
There comes a time in the life of any application that small things we let slide become unignorable issues. For us, it happened when, after years of writing and executing code, our DB’s free disk space started to run out. Each passing day brought us closer to our eventual doom, and we finally had to allocate the time to fix the problem.
Jun 11, 2019 | By Alex Zhitnitsky
“The microservices trend is becoming impossible to ignore,” I wrote in 2016. It’s still true, although it’s certainly grown to more than just a passing fad. Back then, many would have argued this was just another unbearable buzzword, but today many organizations are reaping the very real benefits of breaking down old monolithic applications, as well as seeing the very real challenges microservices can introduce.
Mar 5, 2019 | By OverOps
Sev1 issues in production cost companies money. In order to prevent them from ever happening, we need to be able to expect the unexpected using Anomaly Detection and Quality Gates.
Feb 22, 2019 | By OverOps
Production exception handling is a dark science. It’s the least explored subject, with the largest impact on your application's behavior. In this guide, we're bringing in the research to introduce a new workflow for solving Java application errors.
Dec 31, 2018 | By OverOps
Is DevOps really a common practice or just another buzzword? How many enterprises have actually adopted CI/CD workflows, and what tools do they use to support faster releases? What challenges, both new and existing, are they facing as new technologies and practices emerge?
Nov 29, 2018 | By OverOps
The dust hasn't settled yet after the explosive release of Java 9 in September 2017, and the launch of Java 10 just flew past us. Now, we're starting to look forward to Java 11 in September 2018. This guide will be your secret weapon to staying on top of all of the new (and improved) features that were introduced in Java in the last year, plus features that are coming soon.
May 22, 2019 | By OverOps
Microservices are taking over the software world, affecting how software is designed, written and delivered. Current tooling, such as log aggregators and APM solutions, struggle to provide the depth of context needed to maintain and troubleshoot these new containerized applications. Meanwhile, large enterprises don’t have enough data to correlate issues across containers, deduplicate them and find the root cause of the problem.