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Interesting book on Microservices but way too expensive http://shop.oreilly.com/product...
Good collection of Microservices articles by @mstine http://www.mattstine.com/microse...
RT @ashtags: @krishnan @mstine nos 42-51: SC 72.4K, LA 71.8, AR 71.6, WY 71.3, KY 69.7, MO 68.8, MI 69.2, WV 66.8, SD 65.2, ND 60.5 (I researched this :)
Hey @AirCanada, even the phone numbers on your websites are not working. What is happening. #horribleservice
I am really really glad that I took t-mobile global Sara roaming. Otherwise internet and mobile networks are practically unusable
Will higher levels of abstraction and automation overcome developer fatigue? Etc. @sogrady
Love to think about the evolution if we factor in machine factor (automation, machine learning, etc) to human factor (Developers) @sogrady
Will the current rate of innovation lead to a backlash? Read @sogrady’s take on it http://redmonk.com/sogrady...
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RT @mfdii: Labeling DevOps Hurts the Movement http://goatcan.wordpress.com/2014... #devops #devopsdays
A book executives should read to understand today’s market dynamics http://www.amazon.com/Connect... (Inspired by @jeffsussna’s tweet)
Mesosphere + Kubernetes = Orchestrating a Docker dance http://googlecloudplatform.blogspot.com/2014...
A good write up on evolution of Docker and its impact on AWS http://www.ibuildthecloud.com/blog... (link via @vjswami)
A theory of self organization applied to enterprises http://www.enolagaia.com/RW-ACM9... (Thx @jeffsussna for the link)
I was making an argument at the infrastructure layer but it is critical in all layers of the stack with scale and automation
In this deck, @adrianco captures it well. Monocultures and epidemic failures http://www.slideshare.net/adrianc...
While pushing for federated cloud, I was arguing for diversity in the system as a cushion against cascading failures.
RT @davidandrz: Great read: #api "@krishnan: Microservices and the first law of distributed objects http://t.co/OMlsKD1xPD”
IoT adds a new urgency into the data ownership issue. It is better for the market to figure it out than being shaped by regulations.
Microservices and the first law of distributed objects http://martinfowler.com/article...
Mesosphere + Kubernetes = Orchestrating a Docker dance http://googlecloudplatform.blogspot.com/2014...
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Pro Tip: Don’t use Venn Diagrams if you don’t get it. https://twitter.com/krishna...
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The usefulness of wearable (sensors) and data is only limited. The real value is in automation that could take advantage of them
An Amazon Prime delivery on Sunday. #neat
From owning the attention to owning the body. Internet —> Internet of Things. #newgameinthemarket #morebuzzwords
After Google Contacts, this sensor technology can continuously monitor Glaucoma http://www.emdt.co.uk/daily-b... #wearables #sensorsinhealthcare
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