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Everyone heard of Moore’s law? Modern day legend! Over 50 years later still relevant, but… what does this have to do with DevOps?
http://www.economist.com/technology-quarterly/2016-03-12/after-moores-law The twilight of Moore’s law will bring change, disorder and plenty of creative destruction. An industry that used to rely on steady improvements in a handful of devices will splinter. Software firms may begin to dabble in hardware; hardware makers will have to tailor their offerings more closely to their customers’ increasingly diverse needs. … In the past, that meant mostly going for exponential growth in speed. That road is beginning to run out. But there will still be plenty of other ways to make better computers.
SAP development environment provisioning – Complex multi server / component ERP application Manually took 2 weeks duration to provision a dev environment. Many SME tasks assigned and ticket routing Many escalations to stalled work queue tasks Orchestrated Automation flow created leveraging existing process Lego like building building automation functions (IPAM, DNS, OS Golden image., Oracle DB,….) Current state - Request to Fulfillment duration under 2 hours.
RFID Jitter = Velocity Physical Characteristics of Sensor Data Low RFID Jitter = Slow Line = Negative Experience
Importance of Observability
eye diagram, the narrower the trace the less jitter in the system under test.
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