Variable Speed DevOps

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You think you know DevOps? Or maybe you’re just starting to understand the methodology. Well, it’s already evolving (kind of). Alan Shimel, editor-in-chief of DevOps.com, hosted a Google Hangout with speakers from IBM InterConnect last month, and they talked Variable Speed DevOps, and what that should mean to the community. Read More

Orbitz Moves to Continuous Delivery

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— Our friends at Cloudbees are moving the needle forward when it comes to mainstream acceptance of continuous delivery and continuous integration. The latest example is their work with travel-giant Orbitz. Check out the blog post and case study and see the near-immediate benefits Orbitz reaped.  Read More

Google Cares About Web Performance, And So Should You

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In 2010, Google turned some heads when the company announced in a blog post that site speed was a new signal in its search rank algorithm. The Google developers responsible for the post eloquently stated: “…at Google, we’re obsessed with speed.” Now, nearly five years later, that appears to still be the case. The undisputed … Read more

Great Marketers Protect Their Work with Load Testing

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Photo courtesy of  StockSnap.io How do you define the role of a marketer? Traditional marketing once had more focus on design and ambiguous terms like “buzz” and “mindshare,” but the data-driven world is now focused on measurable conversion, social media and accessing information through both mobile and web applications. As the world continues to change … Read more

Exploding the Myths of Big Data

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“Big data” has been a popular term for the past few years — for good reason. But as technical processes become more visible in the mainstream news and non-technical professions, it’s common for more and more companies to misinterpret what to do when implementing big data applications. Here’s a great post from Database Journal on … Read more