On August 10, 1628, the Swedish warship Vasa began its maiden voyage, and after sailing approximately 1,400 feet, promptly heeled over and sank, causing total loss of the ship as well as the deaths of 53 sailors.
What does this have to do with project managing large, complex software systems? Find out by joining Threat Stack’s Pete Cheslock at Monitorama in Portland, Oregon, May 22–24. Read more “Join Threat Stack’s Pete Cheslock at Monitorama 2017”
If I learned one thing at Monitorama 2016 in Portland, Oregon, it’s this: it has never been easier to monitor your infrastructure. Not only have the tools come a long way in the last few years, but the community and perspectives on monitoring have rallied as well, by focusing on the people who build and use monitoring systems.
Read more “Monitorama 2016: Monitoring Tools and the People Who Use Them”
Feeling the Love:
I spent the last few days at Monitorama, self-described as an “open source monitoring conference” held in Portland this year.
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