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Sustainable DevOps: Keeping up with Azure and DevOps

By |2018-05-11T10:35:57-05:00May 11th, 2018|

Are you thinking about DevOps and attempting to understand the "lay of the land"? What about Azure or other cloud providers? How does DevOps play into Azure? How do cloud providers stack up against each other. More importantly, how does everything affect you? Undoubtedly, a changing process in your company, a new methodology/philosophy, a new ...

Our App Modernization Workshop Series Continues!

By |2018-04-30T10:09:00-05:00April 25th, 2018|

Nebbia Technology and Microsoft are continuing our App Modernization Series with another workshop in Jacksonville, FL on May 10th and a hands-on Cloud-First Development workshop in Orlando, FL on May 23rd. The Orlando workshop will be an extension of our App Modernization event from February; however, you are free to attend even if you missed ...

DevOps Culture

By |2018-03-07T15:02:22-05:00November 5th, 2017|

A DevOps transformation is achieved by making organizational changes across People, Process, and Tools. A big part of the DevOps discussion is the concept of implementing a DevOps culture across organizations.  Unfortunately,  I often hear it as something that should just happen.  “We will take care of the process and tools, you go and focus ...

Choosing Git Over TFVC In VSTS

By |2019-06-26T10:55:13-05:00June 22nd, 2017|

Red Pill Or Blue Pill While setting up a new project on Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS), you are given a choice. The choice of source control. That choice provides the direction of how your code will be managed. Choosing Git for source control of your new project in VSTS In one hand, ...

Azure Traffic Manager Keeps Your Website Up When Your Datacenter Goes Down

By |2018-03-07T15:03:24-05:00April 9th, 2017|

Stories of widescale website outages caused by cloud datacenter failures have been in the news this past month. These outages have led many to lament cloud computing and ponder bringing services back in-house, as if running the websites on their own servers would somehow protect against having just one point of failure. These concerns are not related to ...