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DHagar
DHagar
3/14/2017 6:30:42 PM
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Re: All under the Linux Foundation now?
@mhhf1ve - absolutely!  If you aren't moving forward you will stagnate and get left behind.  I think that  began with Moore's Law and is still true today!

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
3/13/2017 11:24:06 PM
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Re: All under the Linux Foundation now?
The Chaos Monkey code is also part of the "only the paranoid survive" ethos in tech. If a company isn't constantly trying to improve its services-- it's not going to last too long before someone else comes along to eat its lunch.

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DHagar
DHagar
3/13/2017 7:33:25 PM
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Re: All under the Linux Foundation now?
@mhhf1ve - very interesting!  Absolutely true, the knowledge has to keep being applied and developed.

That's why Netflix continues to be a leader!

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
3/8/2017 11:27:21 AM
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Re: All under the Linux Foundation now?
@DHagar - Well, I'm sure there are plenty of well-trained people behind AWS and other cloud services, but as I've heard from many engineers "you're not really doing anything important until you break something serious..."

A friend of mine who worked at Netflix broke something serious for his first time, and it was a "celebration" for his entry into the "serious engineer" club. And that's also probably why Netflix created its Chaos Monkey program....

http://techblog.netflix.com/2012/07/chaos-monkey-released-into-wild.html

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DHagar
DHagar
3/7/2017 10:29:18 PM
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Re: All under the Linux Foundation now?
@mhhf1ve, it also makes one wonder how well trained our operators are and are we really developing the skills people need just to operate?

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
3/7/2017 2:47:40 PM
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Re: All under the Linux Foundation now?
> "With all the problems in the past week with AWS, we need more services like this that enable and ensure reliability and consistency."

The AWS problems were apparently caused by an errant TYPO.. so maybe we also need some automation that can help prevent human error!

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dcawrey
dcawrey
3/4/2017 3:28:10 PM
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Re: All under the Linux Foundation now?
Great to see more of this open and distributed technology hit the marketplace. With all the problems in the past week with AWS, we need more services like this that enable and ensure reliability and consistency. 

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
3/4/2017 12:31:32 AM
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All under the Linux Foundation now?
Will these open source platforms benefit from being under the umbrella of the Linux Foundation? Are there any components that are still left out from the Linux Foundation?

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batye
batye
3/2/2017 1:03:11 PM
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Re: They're are useful for one another
@clrmoney I could not agree more, I think as the end result we gonna see better adoption and more use at the end...

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clrmoney
clrmoney
3/2/2017 11:00:48 AM
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They're useful for one another
They say CORD is a management platform use containers for customizations etc.I think they all can be very helpful and useful for each other.

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