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The Months to Minutes (M2M) blog series is designed to provide helpful insights for organizations facing the growing challenges of digital disruption. The series highlights how continuous testing, driven by test and lab automation, optimizes the validation of an organization’s networks and business offerings. The result: taking testing processes that too often take months to perform and improving them so it can all be done in.

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The Months to Minutes (M2M) blog series is designed to provide helpful insights for organizations facing the growing challenges of digital disruption. The series highlights how continuous testing, driven by test and lab automation, optimizes the validation of an organization’s networks and business offerings. The result: taking testing processes that too often take months to perform and improving them so it can all be done in minutes – with increased efficiencies and capabilities.

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The Months to Minutes blog series highlights how continuous testing, driven by test and lab automation, optimizes the validation of an organization’s networks and business offerings amidst the growing challenges of digital disruption. The result: taking testing processes which too often take months to perform, and deliver improvements where it can all be achieved in minutes – with increased efficiencies and capabilities.

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Read about how and why cloud-based services are currently a rage, and the benefits that they offer to organizations providing or leveraging those services. Amazon Web Services (AWS) trusted cloud-based infrastructure has those inherent benefits which can help customers in meeting their business goals.

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Read about how 5G networks being built on new innovative architectures allows CSPs to adopt Amazon-style web-scale principles and agility from the start. To fully maximize this agility, however, they’ll need to ensure that a DevOps culture permeates their organizations, apply automation across the service lifecycle and embrace open APIs and cloud native architectures.

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By Anonymous On January 17, 2012
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Blitz, Cloud, CouchDB, DevOps, Redis, Scalability

At blitz.io, for a while there, we were only relying on CouchDB clusters as the primary NoSQL database with some in-memory caching. As we grow (rapidly) and scale out, there are aspects of what we collect and store that are transient and real-time. While CouchDB is awesome for the map/reduce, replication and incremental view indexes, the real-time queues (emails, counters, stats, etc) natural lend themselves to, yup, redis. We are in the process of rolling out geo-located redis instances as part...

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By Anonymous On November 30, 2011
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Blitz, Cloud, DevOps, Performance

This is a repost of my Atlassian’s guest blog, announcing a Bamboo plugin for blitz.io. The pig of a problem We all know what happens when your app performs like a pig. You lose users, customers and revenue. Your app is slow, the failing pigs don’t amuse your customers and you hear about it as the trending topic on Twitter. In most cases you don’t even know that it’s slow until you push the app into production, multiple times a day. How can you identify performance bott...

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By Anonymous On October 15, 2011
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Blitz, Cloud, DevOps, Heroku

Okay, not the greatest, ground-breaking, coolest, earth-shattering feature ever. Let’s just get that out of the way. But, in the process of troubleshooting various latency issues for our customers, we found ourselves logging on to various EC2 instances of blitz.io to run traceroutes to our users sites/apps to diagnose problems. We are developers, hanging out in TextMate, vim and our terminals and the ability to take a local Unix command and run it remotely while staying in our zone (s...

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By Anonymous On March 23, 2011
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Cloud, DevOps

This week there’s been much talk about NoOps with posts from @adriano, @allspaw and @krishnan, to name a few. It all started with this infographic from @appfog. The challenge is that the combination of the words No and Ops is wide open for [mis]-interpretation. Somebody Else’s Problem I think what we are witnessing is rapid emergence of services that started with the infrastructure (storage, compute, network) and rapidly moving up the application stack. PaaS, of course,...

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