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  • Observability-Driven Development for Tackling the Great Unknown

    How does observability-driven development differ from monitoring? As our distributed systems become increasingly more complicated and as our silos break down for DevOps testing, automation, and efficiency, ODD arises as a superset of monitoring to understand your code’s unknown unknowns. Includes insights from Honeycomb Founder Charity Majors.

  • Rewriting an API Gateway Service from Clojure to Golang: AppsFlyer Experience Report

    AppsFlyer processes nearly 70+ billion HTTP requests a day, and is built using a microservices architecture style. The entry point to the system that wraps all of the frontend services is a mission-critical (non-micro) service called the API Gateway. This article is an experience reporting of migrating from a Clojure-based gateway to a newly designed Go-based implementation.

  • Article Series - .NET Core - 2nd Series

    In this series, we explore some of the benefits .NET Core and how it can help traditional .NET developers and all technologists who need to bring robust, performant and economical solutions to market

  • Book Review: Optimizing Java

    InfoQ reviewed the book Optimizing Java, a comprehensive in-depth look at performance tuning in the Java programming language written by Java industry experts, Ben Evans, James Gough and Chris Newland. InfoQ spoke to the authors for more insights on their experiences, learnings and obstacles in authoring this book.

  • Building a VPC with CloudFormation - Part 2

    If you're building separate Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) templates for each infrastructure use case, you can make existing templates more flexible by using Parameters, Conditions, Mappings, and Outputs.

  • Key Takeaway Points and Lessons Learned from QCon San Francisco 2018

    This year around 1,600 attendees descended on the Hyatt Regency in San Francisco for the twelfth annual QCon. Software engineers, architects, and project managers from a wide range of industries including some prominent Bay-area companies - attended 99 technical sessions across 6 concurrent tracks, 13 ask me anything sessions with speakers, 18 in-depth workshops, and 8 facilitated open spaces.

  • InfoQ’s 2018, and What We Expect to See in 2019

    We take a look back at what we say on infoQ in 2018, and think about what the next year might bring.

  • Building a VPC with CloudFormation - Part 1

    This article describes how to use AWS CloudFormation to create and manage a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), complete with subnets, NATting, and more. It's a lesson in treating infrastructure as code when building and managing cloud resources.

  • The 2018 InfoQ Editors’ Recommended Reading List: Part Two

    As part of our core values of sharing knowledge, the InfoQ editors were keen to capture and share our book and article recommendations for 2018, so that others can benefit from this too. In this second part we are sharing the final batch of recommendations

  • What Machine Learning Can Learn from DevOps

    The fact that machine learning development focuses on hyperparameter tuning and data pipelines does not mean that we need to reinvent the wheel or look for a completely new way. According to Thiago de Faria, DevOps lays a strong foundation: culture change to support experimentation, continuous evaluation, sharing, abstraction layers, observability, and working in products and services.

  • .NET Core and DevOps

    .NET Core was designed with devops in mind, and this article will cover how the .NET Core projects can benefit from the build automation and application monitoring intrinsic to the platform. The author also shows how the command-line accessibility of .NET Core makes this easier to implement.

  • Using Golang to Build Microservices at The Economist: A Retrospective

    Microservices written in Go was a key component of a new system that would enable The Economist to deliver scalable, high performing services and quickly iterate new products. Go's baked in concurrency and API support along with its design as a static, compiled language enabled a distributed eventing system. Overall, The Economist team's experience with Go has been a positive experience.

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