Have you thought about what happens when you get a 'critical' alert from your systems today?
Here I discuss operational features with Matthew Skelton at Agile Cambridge 2015
With the very recent revelation of code in Juniper software allowing decryption of 'secure' VPN traffic, I am wondering if, and how long it will be before the number of security issues being reported creates acceptance through just sheer blindness, i.e everyone loses their ability to be outraged, offended or concerned. Will we end up … Continue reading Vulnerability Blindness
I recently took time out to go along to IP Expo 2015 at ExCel London, there were a lot of interesting vendors there, from big to small, seems to be less of the "Web" than one might expect, no Google et al.. I've written up some more thoughts and observations from IP Expo over on … Continue reading IP Expo 2015 Visit
My colleague writes about DevOps here, talking about how we're defining the term.
This is an interesting article although I'm not quite convinced modifying ITIL is the correct place to start the debate, I think I prefer the concept of adding useful parts of ITIL to other methodologies, to suit the business requirements. Of particular interest is the consideration of how, or if to implement ITIL in organisations … Continue reading How to Modify ITIL to Accommodate DevOps