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Kathleen Carr
editor @ cloud-computing focused, ed tech enthusiast, sunny side up, runner, foodie, world traveler.
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Kathleen Carr May 22
The new breed of cloud worker needs to access all devices, at any time, securely. Who is the cloud worker? Everybody. -John Solomon, Google
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Kathleen Carr May 22
Things have changed...
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Kathleen Carr May 22
“For businesses of the future, design—the people, processes, and technology—will trump the strategy.” Jeanne Ross
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O'Reilly Velocity May 18
O'Reilly conducted a survey of practitioners, managers, and CxOs from across the globe to learn more about the motivations and challenges companies face adopting cloud native infrastructure. Here are the results.
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Kathleen Carr Apr 24
Every time I hear this woman speak, I learn something new. Whip smart, intriguing. Find you some
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Kathleen Carr Apr 19
Replying to @editingemily
Congratulations! Can't wait to chat about what's next...too soon? ;)
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Kathleen Carr Apr 18
Too much cloud? Great analysis by
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Kathleen Carr Apr 16
Replying to @mthiele10
I only speak the truth! Thanks for writing.
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Kathleen Carr Apr 16
Great balanced assessment from - Moving from Cloud First to Cloud Only
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Kathleen Carr Apr 11
An SRE team should be doing different work every 18 mos. It’s not about automating yourself out of a job, it’s about automating yourself into a new one. -Stephen Thorne w/
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Kathleen Carr Apr 11
Your postmortem should include a “when we got lucky section,” so next time, those are in the “what we did right” section. -Stephen Thorne
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Kathleen Carr Apr 11
Site reliability engineering is about making a system reliable e n o u g h- Stephen Thorne
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Kathleen Carr Apr 11
“The very first thing you should do when you move to the cloud is monitor your systems so that you have confidence everything is fine.”
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Kathleen Carr Apr 11
At google, 50% is the max time we spend on toil. The rest of your time has to be spent on making things better than they are today.
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Kathleen Carr Apr 11
“Toil-actions you have to do that no one would notice if a computer did them instead”
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Kathleen Carr Apr 11
What is the value SRE teams provide? Great chat with
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Kathleen Carr Apr 11
Replying to @coderinheels
I look forward to it! Excellent to meet you.
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Kathleen Carr Apr 10
Replying to @coderinheels
Here! Where can I meet ya?
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Kathleen Carr Apr 10
Replying to @coderinheels
Fantastic, I will plan to see you this afternoon. If there's a time that's best for you, please feel free to ping me.
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Kathleen Carr Apr 10
Hi Gen, I'm here at GoogleNext too and would love to connect. Have a free moment?
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