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Building an Open-Source Observability Toolchain

DZone

This is an article from DZone's 2022 Performance and Site Reliability Trend Report. For more: Read the Report. Open-source software (OSS) has had a profound impact on modern application delivery.

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Five-nines availability: Always-on infrastructure delivers system availability during the holidays’ peak loads

Dynatrace

For retail organizations, peak traffic can be a mixed blessing. While high-volume traffic often boosts sales, it can also compromise uptimes. The nirvana state of system uptime at peak loads is known as “five-nines availability.”

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¡Bienvenida España! Introducing the new AWS Europe (Spain) Region

All Things Distributed

The new AWS Europe (Spain) Region is ready for use. Now, go build

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No-code vs. Low-code vs. High-code: An Ultimate Showdown of the Web Development Method

Simform

No-code and low-code platforms provide rapid development, but there are limitations of customizations, integrations, and extensibility. On the other hand, high-code development offers high-level customizations with better extensibility. So, the question is which one to choose.

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Big O Notation - Why? When? Where?

DZone

What Is Big O? This is a mathematical term that originated in the early 20th century in number theory and came almost immediately to computer science as questions arose with resource optimization.

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Amplify PowerUP: Powering modernization with observability

Dynatrace

As enterprises look to speed innovation, minimize risk, and modernize the way they work in the cloud, there’s a huge opportunity to redefine how IT is architected, deployed, and operated.

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Top Reasons to Choose Kotlin for Android App Development in 2023

Tech News Gather

In the past, when it came to Android Application Development, Java ruled the world. There are numerous JVM languages available for use when developing Android apps.

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Creating an SRE Practice: Why and How

DZone

This is an article from DZone's 2022 Performance and Site Reliability Trend Report. For more: Read the Report. Site reliability engineering (SRE) is the state of the art for ensuring services are reliable and perform well. SRE practices power some of the most successful websites in the world.

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Announcing tRPC v10

tRPC

tRPC provides a great developer experience by enforcing tight, full-stack type bindings through the power of TypeScript. No API contract drift, no code generation.

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Answering 7 App Development FAQs – A Guide Newbie Business Owners

Tech News Gather

Building a startup is quite a task; in fact, it’s more than what you can think of. Therefore, it becomes to understand the various doubt before embarking on the app development journey. . If implemented properly with generative ideas, your mobile can become your brand’s biggest promoter. .

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Quality Sense Conf, an Event that Opens Up New Opportunities

Abstracta

How is Quality Sense Conf related to the podcast of the same name? Why is it relevant to generate instances of exchange? What is the importance of having a diversity of speakers? Find out the answers in this article. Also, find out who our sponsors. The post Quality Sense Conf, an Event that Opens Up New Opportunities appeared first on Abstracta Software Testing Services. Agile Testing Performance Testing Software Testing Quality Sense conf

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Learning From Failure With Blameless Postmortem Culture

DZone

This is an article from DZone's 2022 Performance and Site Reliability Trend Report. For more: Read the Report. Site reliability engineering aims to keep servers and services running with zero downtime.

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Why Software Development Projects Fail

Kovair

Software development projects are notoriously difficult to get right. A study by the Standish Group found that only 29% of software development projects are successful. Application Lifecycle Management Requirements Management Risk Management Test Management Software Developer Software development

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Blockchain and bitcoin for business

Tech News Gather

Blockchain and bitcoin offer a way of tracking and securing these relationships cost-effectively. For example, if you want to start bitcoin trading in only three steps, visit at this link , you will get the best liquidity, and the platform is immune to volatility risk.

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Why It’s Time to Shift Left Technical Debt

DZone

Shifting left has brought massive benefits for testing, security and DevOps, but not for tech debt and issue tracking. Yet, technical debt is one of the main reasons development teams struggle or fail to deliver. Let’s face it – developers don’t want to work through an endless backlog of tech debt.

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