#cloud #devops A robust integration ecosystem is critical to prevent the
PeopleSoft effect within the network
In chaos theory, the butterfly effect is the sensitive dependence on initial
conditions, where a small change at one place in a nonlinear system can
result in large differences to a later state. The name of the effect, coined
by Edward Lorenz, is derived from the theoretical example of a hurricane's
formation being contingent on whether or not a distant butterfly had flapped
its wings several weeks before.
-- Wikipedia, Butterfly Effect
Many may not recognize the field of IT chaos theory (because technically I
made it up for this post) but its premise is similar in nature to that of
chaos theory. The big difference is that while Chaos Theory has a butterfly
effect, IT Chaos Theory has a PeopleSoft effect.
In IT Chaos Theory, the PeopleSoft effect is the sen... (more)
Rappel des « chapitres » précédents :
Première partie : les bases de la R2I.
Deuxième partie : les infrastructures.
Troisième partie : les usages
La R2I, Révolution Industrielle Informatique apporte beaucoup de
« plus » aux entreprises utilisatrices ; c’est ce que j’ai montré
dans les trois premières parties de cette série.
Et si nous regardions maintenant l’autre versant de cette révolution,
celui des fournisseurs ?
Tous les fournisseurs profondément impactés
Il n’y a pas un seul secteur de l’offre de solutions informatiques qui va
échapper au Tsunami R2I : postes de tra... (more)
I woke up this morning to the devastating news about the earthquake in Nepal.
Sitting here in California that destruction is literally on the other side of
the world but my mind immediately went to thinking about my good friend
See Jeremy and his family have been living in Kathmandu for a while now. His
wife, in fact, is the Danish Ambassador to Nepal!
Being a social media kind of guy, I immediately went online to see if Jeremy
was active, but then the other shoe dropped. I realized that I was selfishly
neglecting my global online readership! A quick look at TweepsM... (more)
New to Cloud-Based Performance Testing? Here's a Quick Language Lesson
by Dan Boutin
OK, go ahead… admit it. You listen to Sirius/XM Radio channels 8 and 9
only. You haven’t noticed who the president is since Bill Clinton left
office. If you haven’t had your mid-life crisis, you’re thinking about
having it soon. And you may still call your test tool Mercury LoadRunner,
refusing to acknowledge HP’s purchase of Mercury since it happened eight
You want to get with the times, but you can’t. Why? Because you don’t
speak the new language. And that language barrier is stoppi... (more)
Haiti Earthquake on Ulitzer Thanks to social media, the word got out of
ravaged Haiti immediately, people mobilized and money was raised instantly.
While this isn’t the first time it’s been a vital link in a crisis,
it’s invigorating how social media has woven itself into the fabric of
traditional media. There was a time, not long ago, when major news
organizations relied primarily on its own news gatherers to shape the story.
Now an increasing number of media is open to – and relying on – citizen
journalists to tell their tales. With buildings crumbled, roads blocked,
In an event passing nearly un-noticed, with the potential impact of a virtual
asteroid slamming into the heart of Manhattan, the Internet Assigned Number
Authority (IANA) without fanfare, and without understanding by most of the
global Internet, allocated the final blocks of IPv4 (Internet Protocol
Version 4) addresses to regional Internet registries (RIRs) during the first
week of February.
While the “Internet” is not in danger of an imminent meltdown, the
message is clear, “get ready to adopt IPv6, the accepted successor to IPv4,
or accept the reality your business is on a co... (more)