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December 2022

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SpaceX’s Launch Control Room: 3 Rocket Missions in 31 Hours

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Dec. 30: This article was updated to include a 61st launch that occurred after it was published.HAWTHORNE, Calif. — Clouds billowed from the Falcon 9 rocket, visible on the large screen looming above us. The vehicle was across the country at a NASA launch site... More »

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How to prevent a hangover, and 3 ways to treat one

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Editor’s Note: Get inspired by a weekly roundup on living well, made simple. Sign up for CNN’s Life, But Better newsletter for information and tools designed to improve your well-being. CNN  —  You had a little too much to drink la... More »

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What do GigaOm analysts see as the big trends in 2023? 

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This week I spoke to a number of GigaOm analysts about how they see 2023. Costs are driving, and consolidation, better architectures and more and governance are following, they told me – whilst this will cause a wave of uncertainty, you can be taking steps now... More »

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2022: A space-comic odyssey

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Dear Reader, About a year ago, I happened upon this statement about the Monitor in the Harvard Business Review – under the charming heading of “do things that don’t interest you”: “Many things that end up” being meaningful, writes social scientist Joseph... More »

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Why DevOps is failing: It’s Not You, It’s The Tools

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We all know the adage — “Bad workers blame their tools.” But here’s five reasons why the software tools involved in DevOps in general, and the CI/CD pipeline in particular, have become part of the problem rather than the solution.  1. They take too long to dep... More »

Women Are on the March

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Perhaps you missed the big news: In 2023, there will be a record-breaking 12 women serving as governors around the nation. Way over the previous record of … nine.And your reaction is:Hey, that’s 24 percent — not bad.That’s less than a quarter!Are any of them g... More »

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In Texas Hill Country, darkness enlightens and inspires

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The city of Blanco sits on the edge of darkness, and it’s trying to stay there.Nestled in the rural Hill Country of Central Texas, the 1,700-person town is confronting a challenge both new and ancient: light pollution. As the world urbanizes, dark skies are be... More »

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A three-point plan for mid-market technology cost saving

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Sweat your infrastructure, review your contracts and assess your workloads All mid-market organizations are reviewing how they can make better use of their budgets next year. This starts with the infrastructure you have already paid for and how to get the most... More »

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The Benefits of Participating in GigaOm Radars

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We’ve spoken to over 800 vendors over the past year so that we can get input into our Radar reports, our evaluations of the industry, and the market categories we cover. There is no cost to participate in a Radar report, however it, does take time and effort t... More »

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How GitOps is Driving Cloud Native at Scale

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GitOps is great, isn’t it? What’s that, I hear you ask. Simply put, in these days, where all infrastructure can be virtualized, GitOps is about managing information about what that needs to look like (written as a text file), alongside the application that’s g... More »

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