Back in March, I wrote about the poor Amazon engineer who accidentally brought down a portion of the Internet by removing a larger than expected number of servers from operation in AWS S3. That made for a bad day.
The question I’m asking myself today is, is there a future in Enterprise Architecture?
That’s a tough question, I admit. And the answer seems fairly clear on both sides.
OF COURSE, there’s a future. Companies need specialists who can shape
Microsoft has released Visual Studio 2017, after three months of testing of the release candidate version. The updated software promises a more componentized package enabling users to pick-and-choose what they install, faster load times, and features enabling developers to more
Managed Disks are a relatively new concept in Azure. Worth checking this out to understand what they are and why you’d choose that option.
In more complex scenarios, such as using Virtual Machine Scale Sets (VMSS) to create thousands
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Having 20 years working with production systems for major worldwide brands, stories like this really touch home.
In case you missed it, many major websites were knocked offline on Tuesday (including one client I work with) when the Amazon S3 service
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Finally! I need this. I can’t tell you how many times I racked up a bill for services that I didn’t even know were running. Actually, I’m going to investigate billing and resource usage alerts now too.
Azure administrators can
Maybe you’re heard of the Azure Service Fabric (or maybe not), but WHY would you choose to develop a Services Fabric app? Web Apps seem fine, don’t they?
Microservices is a relatively new thing on the cloud computing scene, and
AllRecipes, founded in 1997, has undertaken a two-year migration to Microsoft Azure’s IaaS public cloud. AllRecipes services 1.5 billion visitors each year who view an average of 95 recipes per second, 66% of which are done on mobile devices.