Alex Gosse presents the current trend in application delivery, referring to cloud computing, its adoption and DevOps tools used in such environments.
Ram C Singh discusses using Big Data for infrastructure telemetry along with good practices and an autonomic engine to create an autonomic computing infrastructure that might prevent downtime.
Patrick Debois discusses the current state of monitoring and metrics, how developers and the company can benefit from them, and how to improve the collection of metrics and the monitoring process.
John Allspaw discusses fault tolerance, anomaly detection and anticipation patterns helpful to create highly available and resilient systems.
Paul Sanford presents the transformations supported by data throughout its life cycle, and how that can be better done with Splunk, an engine for monitoring and analyzing machine-generated data.
Marc Borbas discusses the importance of Application Performance Monitoring, explaining how it can be done with AMQP.
Lúcio Ferrão talks about making the software appealing to the business by using a visual language and an integrated environment supporting the entire life cycle of application development.
In this presentation from SOA Symposium 2010, Manas Deb and Clemens Utschig-Utschig discuss how to derive business agility from SOA and BPM, motivations for agility, developing and nurturing agility, influencers and dependencies, how SOA and BPM enable agility, pitfalls and recommendations for organizational culture, and pitfalls and recommendations for business and technical architectures.
Russ Miles and Toby Hobson outline many factors to be considered when adopting a cloud solution – what type of cloud, which vendor, what technology, how is it related to the business value, SLA, should it be considered early, geo-location constraints, etc. –, creating a wider view of the cloud from the development and business perspective.
Examining the role of monitoring and testing techniques in solving DevOps problems.
Harold van Aalst explains the need to use proper governance for SOA implementations by defining the rules, policies and standards to follow and having a tool to monitor them at runtime in order to discover when they are broken to be able to act on time. Beside the usual design-time governance, Aalst details on Development, Deployment and Runtime Governance.
In this video Javier Soltero, SpringSource CTO of Management Products, hosts a panel discussion on the future of enterprise deployment and what IT operations staff should be looking for when considering their production system needs with Michael Cote (Redmonk), Andi Mann (EMA), Dennis Callahan (The 451 Group), and Al Hilwa (IDC).