New Tech Talk: Managing Application Ecosystems

July 15, 2010 Sean Beckett

Daniel Lieberman of BitPusher says that ten years from now, much of what we think of as “operations” will be obsolete. The current trends in operations automation, reliability engineering and cloud computing will combine and mature into a nearly-commoditized blend of operations and infrastructure. Today, the practical impact of these trends is that there are new tools and service offerings which add more complexity to operations practices, but if used well allow operations teams to manage some aspects of their environments more holistically, and sometimes do a better job with fewer resources. This talk provides a snapshot of what operations practices look like during this period of transition.

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