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The Cloud is Not a Railroad - An Argument Against the Vertical Separation of Cloud Providers

High Scalability

There's a move to regulate cloud providers by vertically separating the services they offer. Like railroads of yore, who were not allowed to provide freight services on top of their base services, cloud providers would not be allowed to provide services on top of their base platform services. Vertical separation would be new to the cloud industry. Is it a good idea? Would it actually solve any problems? My answers are no and no, but probably not for the reasons you think. Let's dive in.

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Application Performance Monitoring Tools — Why, When, What!

DZone

In this article, I reported my experience working on large applications and how monitoring came into my journey when I started producing software designed to solve business-critical problems.

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Prevent potential problems quickly and efficiently with Davis exploratory analysis

Dynatrace

SREs typically start their days with meetings to ensure that various stakeholders—such as clients, IT team leaders, Kubernetes platform operations team leaders, and business leaders—that their projects are developing smoothly.

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Banish ghost messages and zombie records from your web tier

Particular Software

Because it’s hard to write idempotent code effectively , NServiceBus provides the outbox feature to make your business data transaction and any sent or received messages atomic. That way, you don’t get any ghost messages or zombie records polluting your system.

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Use Selenium Wait for Page to Load With Python [Tutorial]

DZone

One of the primary requisites to automate interactions with a WebElement in the DOM is that it should be visible and intractable. Like me, you would also come across several scenarios where your Selenium Python scripts threw an ElementNotVisibleException.

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Path to NoOps part 1: How modern AIOps brings NoOps within reach

Dynatrace

NoOps, or “no operations,” emerged as a concept alongside DevOps and the push to automate the CI/CD pipelines as early as 2010. For most, the goal of automating everything and eliminating operations has been aspirational.

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Tailored access management for Dynatrace: Part 1 – One configuration for all authorization requirements

Dynatrace

Typically, within larger enterprises, multiple teams work with software intelligence and observability solutions such as Dynatrace. Such environments need flexible access management that’s configurable, highly scalable, and easily adaptable to changing access requirements.

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Dynatrace SaaS release notes version 1.253

Dynatrace

We have released Dynatrace version 1.253. To learn what’s new, have a look at the release notes. The post Dynatrace SaaS release notes version 1.253 appeared first on Dynatrace news. Product news Release notes

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Why open source software and open standards are crucial to the future of software development

Dynatrace

Open source software has become a key standard for developing modern applications. It’s variable and flexible and gives organizations a head start on implementing common functions that underpin every digital experience.

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Metaverse and Software Testing: Developing A More Accessible Virtual World

DZone

Metaverse is one of the most talked about things at the moment. With its agnostic and industry-oriented nature, Metaverse applies to many dynamic use cases, from work to socialization and gaming, transforming lives in personal and professional spheres. In other words, the Metaverse will be the next big move for the transformation we will witness with all the upcoming applications, websites, and software solutions.

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How OpenFeature — and feature flag standardization —enables high-quality continuous software delivery

Dynatrace

Earlier this year, Dynatrace announced its involvement in the open source feature flagging project OpenFeature that enables fast-paced, high-quality software development. Since then, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has accepted OpenFeature as a sandbox project.

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Why open source software and open standards are crucial to the future of software development

Dynatrace

Open source software has become a key standard for developing modern applications. It’s variable and flexible and gives organizations a head start on implementing common functions that underpin every digital experience.

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Why open source software and open standards are crucial to the future of software development

Dynatrace

Open source software has become a key standard for developing modern applications. It’s variable and flexible and gives organizations a head start on implementing common functions that underpin every digital experience.