Category: Systems


Networks Systems

Application Dependency Mapping


So far in this series, we have covered Application Performance Monitoring. If you haven’t already, read part one, part two, part three, and part four. In the last post, we stressed the importance of mapping out all dependencies for our application. In this post, we will dig further …


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To Infinity and Beyond!


I’ve covered a lot in this series of posts around artificial intelligence (machine learning); from the beginning (Not Another AI Post…) to why I love it (My Affection for AI) to what I hate about it (My Animosity Toward Artificial Intelligence) to what scares …


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Networks Systems

Automating the Automators


I’ve heard repeatedly from people in this industry that what we need is a single interface to our infrastructure. For status monitoring, perhaps that’s best represented by the ubiquitous “Single Pane of Glass” (Drink!); for general network management, perhaps it’s a Manager of Managers …






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Monitoring, Tracing, and Observability: Choose Two?


While it’s inevitable that new technologies usually create new business opportunities, they also often create new problems for IT pros to solve. It’s a natural cycle for operations with which we’ve become reasonably comfortable. We look at a new platform/protocol/architecture/interface/tool, search a bit on …