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Networks

Army Network Optimization Could Help Training


The U.S. Army is undergoing a major technology shift affecting how soldiers prepare for battle. Core to the Army’s modernization effort is the implementation of a Synthetic Training Environment (STE) combining many different performance-demanding components, including virtual reality and training simulation software. The STE’s …



Podcast

Managing People, Not Devices — SolarWinds TechPod 007


For managed services providers (MSPs) first came reactive services. Then came device management. And, now, it’s time to talk about managing people. Join David Weeks, SolarWinds MSP Director of Sales, and Chris Reid, Sr. Product Manager for SolarWinds® N-central®, as they talk about how …


Networks

Applications Aren’t an Island


In my last post, I talked about microservices and how their deep connection can offer a quality application. Now, I want to move up a layer. Not only between microservices, but interaction between applications. I would call it architecture applied to applications, where their behavior is strictly …


Systems

Adopting a Distributed Tracing Architecture


In a distributed tracing architecture, we need to define the microservices that work inside it. We also need to distinguish the “component” behavior from the “user” behavior and experience—similar words, but totally different concepts. We should think of the multitude of microservices that constitute …