On Tuesday, 17 July 2018, customers using Google Cloud App Engine, Google HTTP(S) Load Balancer, or TCP/SSL Proxy Load Balancers experienced elevated error rates ranging between 33% and 87% for a duration of 32 minutes. Read the entire post mortem on the GCP blog.
Given blogosphere chatter and a few well-propagated success stories, many large software engineering organizations are plotting a path towards microservices. Unfortunately, it’s not clear that they all understand why they’re doing so.
Stripe Press highlights ideas that they think can be broadly useful. Some books contain entirely new material, some are collections of existing work reimagined, and others are republications of previous works that have remained relevant over time or have renewed relevance today.
After long and productive collaboration with hundreds of Apollo developers and teams in production, Apollo was excited to announce a new major release of the Apollo GraphQL Server that addresses the biggest needs of product engineering teams and sets them up for long-term success.
The concept of SRE starts with the idea that metrics should be closely tied to business objectives. Google uses several essential measurements—SLO, SLA and SLI—in SRE planning and practice. Read more about each in this blog post.
Do you need a lightweight and affordable AWS cost monitoring tool? CloudForecast is a daily email report that breaks down your AWS spend, allowing you to understand where your money is going. View spend by Products, Tags, and Sub Accounts and quickly know which areas need your attention.
For large enterprises, serverless often seems like a tech opportunity that remains just out of reach. For many, a dependency on legacy infrastructure, an established internal culture that favors management over autonomy, and a risk aversion to the cloud can seem to take serverless off the table as a potential option.
In this Heavybit Fireside Chat, former Keen.io Director of Marketing Alexa Meyer is joined by Segment CEO and co-founder Peter Reinhardt to discuss open source as a valuable way to find product/market fit. What began as an attempt to kill an idea became an unexpectedly successful business strategy for Peter and his team.
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