No matter which DevOps approach suits your goals, it must be remembered that while your provider answers to you when it comes to meeting performance expectations, you answer to your users.
DevOps teams will need to incorporate two practices that aim to gauge performance across distributed architectures: synthetic monitoring and real user monitoring (RUM). The difference lies in the approach used to gather data.
Monitoring is proving to be a significant challenge in the emerging DevOps era, not only because development and IT operations use different tools to peer into their respective environments, but in many cases have completely different ideas of what success means.
The development of standards is difficult even under the best of conditions. In the world of 5G, the going is even harder because it involves a good deal of new science.
For far too long, the biggest problem for the enterprise has been the disjointed, silo-laden infrastructure underlying its data-driven processes.
The Linux Foundation that oversees development of Xen aims to increase the appeal of Xen by making available a more streamlined version that is simpler to use.