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Lori MacVittie
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Microservices are currently one of the most talked about topics in both app development and operations and, increasingly, even in networking circles.
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We need to go beyond automating network tasks via SDN into the realm of orchestration and DevOps to eliminate inefficiency.
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922 people
Jonathan Klick's profile photo
Larry Orloff's profile photo
Joyce Maria's profile photo
Brent Huston's profile photo
Jonathan Feldman's profile photo
Lorna Garey's profile photo
Jose Mendoza (CDPJose)'s profile photo
Jack Daniel's profile photo
Juan Pedro Jauregui's profile photo
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Sr. Technical Marketing Manager
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  • F5 Networks
    Sr. Technical Marketing Manager, 2006 - present
  • Rishidot Research
    Principal Analyst, 2012
  • CMP Media
    Sr. Technology Editor, 2001 - 2006
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If you were looking for the opinionated (really really opinionated) Lori, you found her.
Education
  • Nova Southeastern University
  • University of Wisconsin at Green Bay
  • University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh
  • Austin Peay State University
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Serving up microservices: Scalability
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Microservices are currently one of the most talked about topics in both app development and operations and, increasingly, even in networking

Automation And Orchestration: Speed Vs. Efficiency - Network Computing
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We need to go beyond automating network tasks via SDN into the realm of orchestration and DevOps to eliminate inefficiency.

#DevOpsFriday5 with Lori MacVittie
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It's the #DevOpsFriday5 from Ranger4 - a weekly bite-size chunk of wisdom from a DevOps enthusiast.

Does NFV Have a Place in the Enterprise?
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Jim Metzler is a Distinguished Research Fellow and Co-Founder of Ashton Metzler & Associates and is a featured guest blogger. Many people as

CloudLock Finds Security Perimeter Growing Cloudy | Cloud Computing Rese...
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What would you say if I told you 24,000 of your corporate files were publicly accessible and indexed by Google (GOOG)? That's the word from

Build tools as Proof Engines
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Someone has put up a thoughtful post on whether you can view make as a proof system. I thought about it and have come up with a conclusion:

How DevOps Helps Networks Scale - Network Computing
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Enterprise networks are collapsing under increased application demands. DevOps principles and practices can lighten the load.

Continuous Delivery: Coming To Your Infrastructure - Network Computing
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Get your network ready to instantly support all the things that need to happen when a new application or update is pushed to production.

Hybrid Cloud: Destination Or Pit Stop? | Cloud Computing Security conten...
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When it comes to hybrid cloud computing, channel partners will have to make a decision: Is hybrid cloud a destination or a pit stop?

Software Stockholm Syndrome
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Q: Why do you use that software? It’s horrible! A: Because it’s what I know, and once you get used to it it isn’t so bad. Sound familiar? It

How you integrate Network Services matters
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Guest post from Lori Mac Vittie (@lmacvittie) from F5 Networks. How you provision all the network things matters. Polymorphism is a concept

Network Engineers: Don't Fear The Code - Network Computing
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The DevOps focus on automation and coding is pushing its way into networks, making network engineers uneasy about learning new skills. But a

Are Hybrid Cloud 'Architectures' Inevitable? | Cloud Computing content f...
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Back in 2013, research firm Gartner predicted that nearly half of large enterprises would have hybrid cloud deployments by the end of 2017.

Why DevOps Drives Cloud Success | Cloud Computing content from Talkin' C...
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Take a closer look, and you'll find DevOps hiding backstage. Why is DevOps driving success in the cloud? Think about it this way.

IT's Role In The Business Of Things - InformationWeek
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Eliminating the time suck associated with mundane tasks wins consumer loyalty. When colleagues knock on your door with ideas, are you ready

How Cloud Can Resolve Storage Problems Associated With the Internet of T...
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Even if the Internet of Things is over-hyped, there are still contraints organizations are going to have to deal with. For one, they're goin

Clouds in Boxes: Is This a New Trend? | Cloud Computing content from Tal...
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Cloud-in-a-box offerings are bringing ease to enterprises adopting the hybrid cloud approach. Here's why we'll see more of these offerings i

Game Of Applications: A Song Of Speed And Strategy - InformationWeek
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As every company that's conquered a market knows, dominance is not just about capturing the crown -- it's about keeping it.

DevOps Culture Clash: Think Process - InformationWeek
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Even the most charismatic leader can't just tell people to change from a silo-based culture to DevOps. You have to gradually introduce new g

Inevitability of a Security Breach: Assume You're Always Under Attack | ...
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Organizations that operate under the assumption that they're always under attack are ahead of the game — it's the only way to properly detec