Fine out how Rebecca Fitzhugh started her IT career, one that’s seen her as a Marine sysadmin and now a Technical Marketing Engineer. We discuss the best and worst trends, how she approaches work, and get some great advice.
I have a problem with the Pets vs Cattle analogy. The Pets portion I think hold up pretty well, representing a personal investment in your physical server, something that you care for and name. Something specific that you check on every day. But when using Cattle for bulk management of VMs and containers, I have […]
Revisionist history has a rocky perception in the public imagination. But all it (should) refer to is a reexamination of the historical record in light of new or neglected historical information. Sometimes this is castigated as biased or politicized history, because it often bucks the norms of a given historical narrative. But if we realize […]
Keeping It Classless comments: I wrote a few days ago about how cool projects like OpenDaylight are abstracting network functions into consumable policies that non-network folks can use (and that’s a good thing!). I felt this quick follow-up was necessary. Providing the right tools to the application folks that allow network provisioning to occur as […]