If ChatOps is something you’ve been hearing a lot about, there is is a reason. Slack is fast becoming the de facto standard in what we are calling ChatOps. Before we go full out into making chatbots and such, the first cool use-case I explored is enabling notifications for different systems. In order to do
Every year we are seeing more and more community contributors in the blogging ecosystem. My own work here at DiscoPosse.com and through my role at Turbonomic in the community has been so enjoyable to be a part of because of the support that I continue to receive from readers and peers in many tech communities.
You probably dread the phrase as much as I do. We hear it all the time on a sales call or a product demo: “this is the single pane of glass for you and your team”. The problem is that I’ve been working in the industry a long time and have been using a lot
Many of my presentations start with me quoting the Rule of Three. Then I tell you three things about myself: I’m lazy I despise inconsistency Did I mention I’m lazy? The reason that these are important things to know is that being lazy is a fundamental reason why I have leapt into automation from early
As a long-time fan of the technical posters that came out of the vCommunity and PowerShell community, I was very happy to have a chance to work with Rene Van Den Bedem (aka @VCDX133) on something fun at Turbonomic. Rene and I teamed up to craft the first official Turbonomic Technical poster for Turbonomic version
There is little doubt that the news of ransomware like the recent outbreak of the WannaCry (aka Wcry, WannaCrypt) taking hold in critical infrastructure hits home with every IT professional. The list of affected clients of any ransomware or critical vulnerability is made even more frightening when it means the shutting down of services which