When people ask me what I do for a living, I tell them I help teams to adopt DevOps. Inevitably I have to explain what DevOps is: I [...]
Our team of experts has performed hundreds of cloud migrations over the course of nearly seven years. In this blog, we asked five of our cloud experts, “What’s the number one question you’re asked about Azure migrations?” Their responses were varied and covered everything from security and reliability, to best practices in formulating a plan for migrating your current IT infrastructure.
Ryan Kelly, Senior Consultant at 10th Magnitude shares advice and best practices for how to embrace the agile methodology across a multi-region team. This blog It defines the agile methodology and how it works. It tackles how to get buy-in and adoption from distributed teams with different agendas, cultural differences and mindsets.
One of my main goals at 10th Magnitude is to make every cloud migration or implementation safer and more secure than it used to be on premise. One way in which we can get a greater assurance of security is to not only see the infrastructure as code, but to see the compliance as code, too.
In this blog, Alex Brown, CEO of 10th Magnitude shares his predictions for 2017. Among the highlights include frontrunners in the cloud game, a bigger focus on cloud security, the continued momentum of DevOps and a shift towards cloud managed services.
Not being a big data or business intelligence (BI) guy myself, it’s been a fascinating experience familiarizing myself with the two areas. BI can always be linked to each and [...]
DevOpsDays Dallas held in mid-September was a rousing success and 10th Magnitude can’t thank the organizers enough (including our own Annie Hedgpeth). Those in the industry converged upon—you guessed it—Dallas [...]
For those of you like me who are fans of Git + TeamCity, you’ll notice an immediate gap in the documentation provided by Microsoft on how to deploy to a [...]
In this blog, 10th Magnitude's CEO Alex Brown discusses the age of cloud adoption. Companies of all sizes are migrating to be faster, more agile, more cost efficient, more impactful and more dynamic. He defines four categories of companies - the Classic, the Found, the Enabled and the Ostrich - and how software has provided them with a competitive advantage (or not).
IT organizations spend a lot of time trying to eliminate single points of failure in their systems. Equally problematic is the “single person of failure” problem, which can have consequences [...]
Over the summer, Microsoft announced that Windows 10 will be the last version of the Windows OS. Not that it will be the end of the OS, but it will [...]