The Unintended Consequences of the “Infrastructure as Code” Paradigm

This blog covers a contrarian — possibly heretical — view of the “infrastructure as code” paradigm. TL;DR: If left unchecked, the drive to institutionalize “infrastructure as code” concepts can drive teams to make decisions that negatively impact the business.

Perftest Application Now Available on Github

Following up on my earlier post, I am publishing a perftest utility application that measures web page performance, including underlying network latency, and which further demonstrates how to use some of the features of the Rafay platform. First, I want to point out we're not a

Hi! We at Rafay want to be Open with you...

You might not know us yet, but we are maniacally focused on solving a big hairy complex problem. Actually, it’s a set of problems.

The Future of Edge Computing: Not Just for IoT

Our good friend and advisor, Debashis Saha (VP Infrastructure, Intuit), just published a great blog in InformationWeek that underscores the Rafay Systems thesis:

Edge Computing is so much more than IoT!

With the continuing avalanche of computing demand and data moving compute

Rethinking Cloud-Native Architectures In The Age Of Multi-Cloud

As James Markarian stated in his recent Infoworld article, “[when] it comes to the cloud, best-of-breed wins.” James also discussed how the quest for best-of-breed will drive multi-cloud adoption, giving the example of how a Microsoft-centric enterprise may choose Microsoft Azure