InfoQ eMag: Architectures You've Always Wondered About
This eMag takes a look back at five of the most popular presentations from the Architectures You’ve Always Wondered About track at QCons in New York, London and San Francisco, each presenter adding a new insight into the biggest challenges they face, and how to achieve success. All the companies featured have large, cloud-based, microservice architectures, which probably comes as no surprise.
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Operational Data Stream and Batch Processing at Netflix with Mantis by Dylan Raithel Posted on Apr 27, 2016
New Security Capabilities Available in Azure Operations Management Suite by Kent Weare Posted on Mar 13, 2016
ING Netherlands' Measured Improvements on Transition to DevOps by João Miranda Posted on Jun 25, 2014
IDC Study: How Many Software Developers Are Out There? by Abel Avram Posted on Jan 31, 2014 2
Rackspace News: SDK for .NET, PowerClient and Mobile by Abel Avram Posted on May 04, 2013
Netflix Unleashes Chaos Monkey as its Latest Open Source Tool by Richard Seroter Posted on Jul 31, 2012
JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform 4.3 and JBoss Operations Network 2.1 Released by Dio Synodinos Posted on Oct 15, 2008 4
JBoss Operations Network 2.0 launched: An Integrated Management Platform by Dio Synodinos Posted on May 19, 2008
Interview and Book Excerpt: CMMI for Services
Jul 14, 2011
CMMI for Services(CMMI-SVC)is a process improvement framework developed by the SEI for service providers. InfoQ spoke to Eileen Forrester, co-author of CMMI for Services: Guidelines for Superior Service and manager of CMMI-SVC. In this interview we cover adoption practices for CMMI-SVC and its relationship with CMMI-DEV, ITIL and Agile accompanied by relevant excerpts from the book.
Using ITIL V3 as a Foundation for SOA Governance
Feb 05, 2010
Those familiar with only ITIL V2 often scoff at the thought that ITIL could serve as a governance framework for SOA. Based on their perspective, they would be correct since V2 focused more heavily on operational processes rather than service lifecycle. With ITIL V3, the focus of the framework shifted toward what can only be accurately described as service-orientation.