ReactiveOps Lab

Technical blog by our staff

Matt Rogish

Recent Posts

How to make your Developers Badass

I'll layout how you can make your developers badass with the power of Kubernetes and our DevOps-as-a-Service plan.

Fandor CTO Mike Tuszynski Talks about DevOps-as-a-Service

Michael Tuszynski, CTO at San Francisco-based Fandor, talks what it was like to implement RO’s DevOps-as-a-Service solution and what it’s like to work with us.

Is Kubernetes Overkill?

Is Kubernetes overkill? Most companies will decide to get off Heroku. The decision: choose a "simple" solution, or take a leap of faith and choose Kubernetes

Is your Organization Ready for a DevOps Implementation

In this final post of this four-part series, I’ll focus on how you can tell if your organization is truly ready for a DevOps implementation.

DevOps Requires Cultural Change

DevOps implementation involves a dramatic cultural shift, including a willingness to adopt practices that facilitate the performance of lean product development

DevOps Makes Good Business Sense

I’ll highlight some similarities between DevOps and Agile development, DevOps and (CI/CD), and some overall benefits of a DevOps implementation.

Our Take on What DevOps can mean for Your Organization

You’re ready to embrace DevOps. Or you’re in the midst of building a DevOps organization. Now what?

Introducing Pentagon

We open sourced Pentagon, our framework for building vanilla Kubernetes-based infrastructure in an opinionated way on AWS.

The Tenth Rule of Cloud-based Infrastructure

Any sufficiently complicated cloud-based infrastructure contains an ad-hoc, informally specified, bug-ridden, slow (and more expensive) implementation of Heroku

Why Should You Outsource DevOps?

Let’s take a deeper look at the top 4 concerns small to mid-sized SaaS, web and eCommerce companies have about outsourcing DevOps work.

DevOps Tech Talk

What DevOps means at ReactiveOps. Matt riffs on microservices, docker, AWS, and serverless architecture/AWS Lambda.