Profile of Eric BrunoLead real-time engineer at Perrone Robotics
Member Since: 4/5/2016
News & Commentary Posts: 3
Eric Bruno, lead real-time engineer at Perrone Robotics, is a contributing editor to multiple publications with more than 20 years of experience in the information technology community. He is a highly requested moderator and speaker for a variety of conferences and other events on topics spanning the technology spectrum from the desktop to the data center. He has written articles, blogs, white papers, and books on software architecture and development topics for more than a decade. He is also an enterprise architect, developer, and industry analyst with expertise in full lifecycle, large-scale software architecture, design, and development for companies all over the globe. His accomplishments span highly distributed system development, multi-tiered web development, real-time development, and transactional software development. See his editorial work online at www.ericbruno.com.
Articles by Eric Bruno
Enterprises may be faced with a choice between Bi-Modal IT and DevOps, but maybe the two can live together.
Building a culture of DevOps extends beyond the development, operations, and QA teams.
Too many organizations equate DevOps to the use of containers. Some even stop with containers and miss the full potential of a complete DevOps practice. Indeed, containers can be part of DevOps, but DevOps success can be achieved without the use of containers at all. This article explores how.