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Published January 1, 2021

The classic retailing model has been to market and sell stuff.  Seems logical enough, retailers buy products from distributors who host the products of vendors, and the goal for the retailer is to sell stuff for a profit.

The classic retailing model has been to market and sell stuff.  Seems logical enough, retailers buy products from distributors who host the products of vendors, and the goal for the retailer is to sell stuff for a profit.
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Published September 18, 2020

The classic methods of monitoring computing platforms created a vast array of odometers and graphs that displayed the changes over time of critical system parameters.

The thinking has always been that if you can measure key system performance and capacity parameters, then you can build up a picture of performance from which you can then calculate and predict performance issues.

Understanding the Three Pillars of Observability: Logs, Metrics and Traces
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Published August 20, 2020

Julius Caesar is quoted as saying “Veni, vidi, vici” (I came, I saw, I conquered), if Caesar had been a businessman in 2020, I think he may have said Collectas indicium Lunaris examinetur et sententiis (I collected data, I analyzed, I decided), and he may have added I used Nastel XRay to do it.

Veni, Vidi, Vici!