Author: Bill Lincoln

Service Reliability: How Systems Administration is Evolving – Part Two

In part one of this mini-series, I wrote about how the old ways of systems administration is broken and shared a story from my personal experiences. Today I’ll be talking about how it’s evolved with Site Reliability Engineering (also known…

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Service Reliability: How Systems Administration is Evolving – Part One

The world of systems administration is changing, and it’s affecting everyone involved. Today’s blog post is the first of two in mini-series dedicated to Service Reliability: How Systems Administration is Evolving. The days of formulas that tell us, You need…

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Internet Scale Design: Part Two

In my previous blog post, I emphasized that internet scale design can be implemented for any type of company. Whether it’s a small, bootstrapped startup or a rapidly growing, well-funded tier 2. But if it’s suitable for that many companies,…

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Internet Scale Design: Part One

Internet Scale graphic 1

Whether your company is a small, bootstrapped startup or a rapidly growing, well-funded tier 2 or 3 business, everyone dreams of having ‘Internet scale’ systems which are highly automated, anti-fragile, self-healing, and inexpensive to maintain. The problem, however, is that…

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