Harry Yang

Automation Creates New Challenges in Cloud Operations

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When technology advances, it creates enormous value and benefits to allow the society to run much efficiently. Automation is one of them. From our daily life to manufacture, automation improves our productivity and allow us to do more thing with less time and more accurately. But it also has its side effect. Automation magnifies both positive and … [Read more...]

How to Prevent Cascading Error From Causing Outage Storm in Your Cloud Environment?

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Last week, we talked about how shared resource pools change the way IT operates the cloud environment. We mentioned that how to avoid false positive and save the maintenance costs by measuring the pool decay. Today, I am going to explain how you can avoid another major challenge in the cloud operations -  outage storm.   The Outage storm … [Read more...]

Another Step in Cloud Operations Management

Late last year, we launched the next generation of cloud operations management. Since then, we have gotten great reception from our customers, analyst community, and the market. Today, we are moving one step further. We are extending the cloud performance analytics to almost all the cloud management platforms, BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management, VMware … [Read more...]

Puzzle Pieces vs. LEGO Bricks: How Shared Resource Pools Changed Everything

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Jun 23, 2012 is the 100th birthday of Alan Turing. 76 years ago, Turing, just 24 years old, designed an imaginary machine to solve an important question: are all numbers computable? As a result, he actually designed a simple but the most powerful computing model known to computer scientists. To honor Turing, two scientists,  Jeroen van den Bosand … [Read more...]