SRE calls for a unique blend of skills, which makes team building and hiring difficult. Learn how LinkedIn addressed these problems with their own SRE team.
Learn how good load balancers can distribute load, add security, and maintain performance and flexibility in web application delivery.
How to approach continuous deployment at your own organization.
Start by identifying change agents in your organization.
Learn how to avoid these common application performance testing mistakes.
7 common mistakes that keep teams from achieving optimum mobile performance, and what to do about them.
HTTP/2 is still new and, although deploying it is relatively easy, there are a few things to be on the lookout for when enabling it.
Results from the O’Reilly Cloud Platform Survey.
What to watch for in distributed systems, SRE, serverless, containers and more.
The focus of the O'Reilly Velocity Conference is shifting from system administration to systems engineering.
The O’Reilly Podcast: Stephen Ludin discusses how to get started with HTTP/2.
The O’Reilly Podcast: Sonia and Sabrina Burney discuss how to provide a secure and fast customer experience
Eliminate the middleware tier and directly communicate with back-end APIs for better security, lower cost, and greater speed.
Incident management experts explain how to quickly restore service and prevent future outages.
The O’Reilly Podcast: Jason Hand discusses how to get your team started with ChatOps.
The O’Reilly Podcast: Nathan Moore discusses caching, CDNs, and scaling front end security and performance.
Mike McGarr and Andrew Spyker explain the potential containers have to help Netflix create a more productive development experience while simultaneously deepening its control over resource management.
How replacing costly mainframes with virtual assets speeds the testing process, reduces time to market, and increases agility.
Phil Stanhope shares Dyn’s experience with a major DDoS attack and explores the rapid evolution of multilayer attacks.
Eric McNulty discusses ARTful leadership—an approach that builds adaptive capacity, resilience, and trust in organizations through the use of nontraditional components.
Astrid Atkinson explains how to build a team that's fearless in the face of uncertainty and creative in the face of change.
Learn about a new combined direction for the O'Reilly Velocity Conference and the O'Reilly Fluent Conference.
James Duncan says the gap between practitioners and the bleeding edge of technology has never been wider, and that gap is largely caused by cultural problems.
Yoav Weiss reveals the latest developments in performance-related browser features and describes how new performance APIs get created and shipped.
Steven Shorrock explores the differences between work as imagined and work as done in a variety of settings, and he outlines implications for the inevitable gaps.
Watch highlights covering DevOps, performance, infrastructure, and more. From the O'Reilly Velocity Conference in Amsterdam 2016.
Better user experiences, faster performance, more engagement—these are some of the reasons why Jason Grigsby says progressive web apps are no brainers for most websites.
Five questions for Caskey Dickson: Insights on the changing role of IT ops.
Five questions for Rafał Kuć: Insights on what sets the ELK stack apart from other log management solutions, common user pitfalls, and tips for getting started.
Five questions for Björn Rabenstein: Insights on Kubernetes, Prometheus, and more.
An interview with Reshmi Krishna, cloud application and platform architect at Pivotal.
The importance of authentication and authorization in modern app development.
Best practices for optimizing mobile web apps.
Why telemetry, a new factor in app development, can mean the difference between success and failure in the cloud.
Richard Cook and David Woods on anomaly response, when incidents begin, and their first impressions of DevOps
An interview with Richard Cook and David Woods of Ohio State University's SNAFUcatchers.
Thriving in the cloud with horizontal scaling.
Five important things you can do to survive the holiday rush.
Watch full keynotes covering DevOps, performance, infrastructure, and more. From the O'Reilly Velocity Conference in New York 2016.
The problems around software aren’t all solved and the story isn’t over. What role will you play?
Kelly Lum shares her experiences maintaining a break-neck pace while still producing hacker-resilient code.
Alois Reitbauer discusses the conversational interface Dynatrace has built to make performance data accessible through natural language questions.
Tony Ralph explains why the rise of ad blocking could incite progress in online advertising.
Ozan Turgut discusses how to use visualization and analytics to apply data to decision making.
Katherine Daniels explains how the principles of effective DevOps environments can be used to create sustainable participation from a wide range of people.
Ken Gardner looks at the latest innovations in performance analytics and how data science can be used in surprising ways to visualize and prioritize improvements.
Rachel Chalmers explores about what serverless means for security, networking, support, and culture.
Now two years old and including about 150 people spanning a network of federal agencies, the U.S. Digital Service has taken on immigration, education, veterans benefits, and health data interoperability.
Richard Cook and David Woods examine the problems and potential in Internet-facing business incident response.
Ashish Kuthiala presents research-based findings on the factors that play the most important roles in accelerating DevOps adoption.
Mehdi Daoudi challenges business leaders and IT ops professionals to consider the ROI of analyses. How quickly can we get real insights from our data?
How do you stay reliable when you can’t keep the whole system in your head? Tom Croucher discusses Uber's approach to reliability.
Watch keynotes from the O'Reilly Velocity Conference in New York City.
Understanding statelessness, the share-nothing pattern, and data caching in modern app development.
Five Questions for Philip Tellis: Insights on the organizational benefits of RUM, and new techniques for measuring user performance and emotion.
And what does it mean for your hardware, software, culture, and business?
Avoiding container-determined ports and micromanaging port assignments.
Learn how to make your CI/CD pipeline work for you.
Five Questions for Katherine Daniels: Thoughts on adopting DevOps effectively, the importance of empathy, and new essential skills for today’s ops professionals.
Ask yourself if you really need administrative processes, or if a simple change in architecture could obviate them.
Five Questions for Max Firtman: Thoughts on the offline web, service workers, and the future of mobile performance.