23 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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ops

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By Karl Matthias of New Relic 1 month ago.
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…use Kanban. We think it does a lot to address the core struggle of managing and ops team, in particular by limiting the costs of interruptive work and making more accurate estimates of how long work will take to complete. Hopefully our detailed run-down of how our process works gives you a good picture of how your team might use it too.

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By Guest Post of New Relic 1 month ago.
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New Relic. Why? New Relic is a completely unique platform that enables Dev and Ops teams to look inside the application software as it runs. This parallels the behavior of VictorOps' users who want to know more than just when stuff breaks. They want to see the health of their platform holistically, as it's running, and in real time.

Today we're proud to announce VictorOps and New Relic integration. New Relic users can now leverage VictorOps' first-class alerting …

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By Michael Ducy of Chef Blog 2 months ago.
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…point. The idea, as already stated, is to increase the flow of work between Dev and Ops and build a culture of continuous improvement between the two groups (three groups if you include the business). Dev, Ops, Business, who gives a shit. The point is working towards a common goal, no matter where you sit.

What large IT shops cannot do is be satisfied anymore with the status-quo. They cannot accept the ways of the past any longer, and they have to start thinking about blowing up their …

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By Emily Wilder of Signal vs. Noise 5 months ago.
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…(avatar uploads, project exports, daily mailers, etc.) really helped tie some of the things I see in Ops to what our customers are doing."

2. Long-standing problems get fixed. It's not uncommon for a designer to improve the way something is worded on our website during their EOS shift, or for a programmer to spend some time squashing a bug based on an interaction with a customer. Especially when we have sufficient coverage for the day anyway, that's been a fantastic use of …

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By Todd Hoff of High Scalability 5 months ago.
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FreeAgent app, internal services and supporting infrastructure. You'll be working alongside our Ops team squashing single points of failure, fixing bottlenecks, profiling load and solving interesting scaling and automation problems. Please apply here .

Intechnica is looking for Performance Architects , Performance Engineers , a Lead Automation Engineer , and a Solution Assurance Analyst . If making super-fast systems is your forte, send your CV with covering …

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By Todd Hoff of High Scalability 6 months ago.
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FreeAgent app, internal services and supporting infrastructure. You'll be working alongside our Ops team squashing single points of failure, fixing bottlenecks, profiling load and solving interesting scaling and automation problems. Please apply here .

Intechnica is looking for Performance Architects , Performance Engineers , a Lead Automation Engineer , and a Solution Assurance Analyst . If making super-fast systems is your forte, send your CV with covering …

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By Lucas Welch of Chef Blog 7 months ago.
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…wouldn't be possible without Chef. Yes, we've united Dev and Ops so collaboration across the IT aisle is high, but it's the collaboration between IT teams from completely different cultures with different languages that's amazing - and only possible because Chef code can be shared and repeated in any environment."

By using Chef to standardize configuration management across the various EOL contributors, the consortium now has a shared repository of …

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…people's lives, they share many of the same complexity characteristics. Dev and Ops can learn an abundance from how the feedback loops between these aviation systems are designed and how these systems are operated.

In this talk Lindsay will cover what happened on the flight, why the mainstream explanation doesn't add up, how design assumptions can impact people's ability to respond to rapidly developing situations, and how to improve your operational effectiveness when dealing …

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By Peter Zaitsev of MySQL Performance Blog over 1 year ago.
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…indexing war stories if you're joining us !

Another great thing about indexing topic is this is something both MySQL Developers and MySQL DBAs and Ops people need to know about so nobody will be bored.

The post Speaking at MySQL Meetups in Atlanta,GA and Charlotte,NC appeared first on MySQL Performance Blog .

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By Jay Janssen of MySQL Performance Blog over 1 year ago.
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Just like Ops, but in Bytes instead of transaction counts. I have seen production clusters having performance issues where I noticed that the Ops and Bytes went to Zeros on all the nodes for a few seconds, and then a massive 90M+ replication transaction came through. Using the Up and Dn columns, I could easily see which node was the originator of the transaction.

Flow

Flow gives some information about Flow Control events. Galera has some sophisticated ways of metering …

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