Glen Knight

NYC Based IT Professional

Quality Engineering Has DevOps and Agile in the Driving Seat

As opposed to the traditional software development lifecycle (aka waterfall), today’s Agile and DevOps-based software development process is more outcome-oriented. The unrelenting pace of the changing market landscape has made the hybrid, Agile plus DevOps way of software development absolutely critical in addressing customer demands and staying competitive. The focus on Agile and DevOps is […]

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The Relationship Between Feature Flags and DevOps

From 2017 I’ve started most DevOps conversations with, “DevOps is now boring, and I love it!” What I mean by boring is that we are arguing less and less about why you should embrace DevOps principles and practices and having more and more conversations about how to implement DevOps in the real world. As a […]

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Low-Code Meets DevOps: A Smart Way to Manage Modern App Delivery Demands

In a fast-moving and often fiercely competitive marketplace, companies need to embrace technology to stay relevant and drive growth. To this end, the business community is increasingly placing a high priority on digital transformation. In fact, more than 80% of organizations believe that digital transformation is crucial to business success. Digitally driven processes can power […]

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What Developers Must Know About Threat Modeling

Threat modeling is a process that far few developers seem to pursue, but it is a process that helps you and your team to model all potential threats to your application. Essentially, threat modeling is your thinking through all of the potential threats against an application. Doing so is virtually as easy as putting together […]

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Fear of Abandonment

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DOES19 London: Bridging the Communications Gap

At the cornerstone of any successful DevOps transformation is effective communication between all members in an organization, from the business leaders, IT leaders, middle management and out to each individual member on their teams. Yet, so many times in organizational change, we see a monumental communication breakdowns occur. So it’s no surprise that every year […]

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DevOps Chat: Phoenix OSS Framework with DockYard

Stateless application architecture is the current de facto approach, right? Not necessarily. Stateful applications communicating over TCP sockets can and are successfully built even in today’s age of cloud-native applications. Our guest on this episode of DevOps Chat is Chris McCord, creator of the Phoenix open source software, and architectural engineer at DockYard. Chris came […]

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Optimism Matters and so Does a Sense of Wonder

I’m a terrible video game player. For as much fun as people have with me at the table for Table Top RPGs (TTRPGs), I’m a pain when playing video games. As a guy with a masters in computer science, and years of experience ranging from embedded drivers to enterprise architecture, I see bugs or bad […]

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The Iceberg of Software Development

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Now Available: Bare Metal Arm-Based EC2 Instances

At AWS re:Invent 2018, we announced a new line of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances: the A1 family, powered by Arm-based AWS Graviton processors. This family is a great fit for scale-out workloads e.g. web front-ends, containerized microservices or caching fleets. By expanding the choice of compute options, A1 instances help customers use the […]

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