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Articles, tagged with Dynamic Cloud, providing techniques, guidance, and best practices for how to build web applications that scale to significant traffic volumes.

Lee in Diginomica — Two of the Top Six Articles of the Year

Dec 23, 2018

Diginomica published their top six articles for 2018. This was based on reader’s enjoyment and them coming back and enjoying the articles throughout the year. Number one on the list is my article, "Forget AWS Lambda, so long Kubernetes — this is the future of Serverless" article. This article discusses Fargate and my views on the future of Serverless.

Cloud adoption: How do Australia & New Zealand stack up?

Nov 1, 2018

The speed at which businesses are able to adopt cloud, and how they use it, can be impacted by where they’re based in the world. Some markets are much more proactive than others when it comes to new technology, and there are clear differences in which solutions are preferred. In spending time in Australia and New Zealand, I’ve made the following observations about local cloud adoption trends.

Don’t fall off the edge – why IoT still needs the cloud

Oct 25, 2018

What does edge computing and IoT mean to you? Temperature probes monitoring crops? Micro drones monitoring wind speed in the atmosphere? Electronic GPS trackers embedded within your boxed shipments? Refrigerators that tell you when you need a gallon of milk? Fully automated homes with magical lighting and security systems? When we hear about the Internet of Things (IoT) and the whole field of edge computing, many people think of these novel and rather futurist use cases. But we don’t have to look that far in order to see our world already full of interconnected devices on the ‘edge’ of the cloud. It’s a reality today:

  • A Point-of-Sale device at your brick-and-mortar store;
  • The package scanner used by any delivery service;
  • A mobile app to order ahead your cup of coffee or donut;
  • Even your web browser that is running more and more sophisticated applications closer to the end user.

Lee Atchison to Keynote at xMatters' Flow 2018

Sep 17, 2018

Join me at the xMatter’s Flow 18 conference on October 22-24 at the Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel in Chicago, where I will be giving one of the keynotes for the conference. I will be giving my newly created “Keeping Modern Applications Performing – Driving Insights to Action within the Enterprise” talk, where it will make its North American debut. This will be hot on the trail after giving it down under in Sydney and Melbourne Australia the week before.

Beyond lift and shift: Digital transformation through the cloud

Jul 8, 2018

Traditionally, cloud has been positioned as a cost-effective method of hosting applications. While this mindset has led to some positive cloud migration cases and effective cloud-native application development, the opportunities go much further for ambitious businesses wanting to make the most of the move to the cloud. A cloud-initiated transformation within a business can be the mechanism for providing consistent customer experiences on a global scale.

The 2018 Pivot For Dynamic Apps, DevOps: Live Deployment Monitoring Takes Center Stage Away From Container Orchestration

Feb 12, 2018

“The yin-yang of dynamic apps and DevOps may come into a new balance in 2018. Container orchestration will be less important, while monitoring live deployments will become the crucial focus. This shift comes in large part due to big steps in Amazon Web Services, says Lee Atchison, senior director of strategic architecture at New Relic. IDN explores. “ Read this interview with Lee Atchison on idevnews.

Five Revealing Differences In Cloud Adoption Around The World

Feb 9, 2018

I recently went on a global tour covering eleven cities, seven countries, and three continents. During this roadshow I had the opportunity to meet in a variety of public and private forums with a broad array of companies. The common theme among all the individuals I spoke with was a desire to use the cloud within their organization, and how they could measure the effectiveness of their cloud operations.

The Dynamic Cloud: Availability And Scalability For Your Biggest Days

Feb 4, 2018

Does this story sound familiar? It’s the day of the big game. You invite a bunch of your friends over to watch on your brand-new 75-inch Ultra-HD Super Deluxe TV. You’ve got the beer. You’ve got your snacks laid out. Everything’s ready to go. The game is about to start. When, all of a sudden, the power goes out, the lights flicker off, and the TV goes dark. For you and your friends, it’s game over.

Application Architecture Summit - Monitoring the Dynamic Cloud

Mar 3, 2017

How do you apply modern application to your digital business? Hear from experts at the Application Architecture Summit. See my online talk or review my slides.

Visibility into the Migration From Static to Dynamic Infrastructure [Video]

Sep 14, 2016

When I look back at my career over the last 30 years, it’s amazing to see how much the world has changed when it comes to building, running, and managing software. At my first job, for example, our company was trying to reduce its development cycle down to less than a year. Nowadays with cloud architectures we’re seeing development cycles of just weeks, days, or even hours. But that’s not to say that all cloud environments are dynamic and rapidly changing.