Arnold Schwartzenegger themed death #metal. With songs like:
- I Need Your Clothes Your Boots Your Motorcycle (Terminator)
- Who Told You You Could Eat My Cookies? (Jingle All The Way)
- Come on, Do it, Do it, Come on, Come on, Kill me, Do it Now (Predator)
jfc, i used to steal the dilbert joke " build a global satellite system in a week" as a joke for when management wanted something impossible.
Now I can't: https://aws.amazon.com/ground-station/
So, people are now making #Trumpkins to celebrate halloween. Funny!
Google+ Is Shutting Down After Data Breach
Myth: It's not worth engineering time to automate a task done once a month/year.
1) if detected/reminded, you still need to remember how to accomplish the task. If it's detected, it's trivial to automate.
2) It's still a task interrupt. Assume that a task -- even if easy -- throws someone out of their current task by 30 minutes each time.
3) If undetected/reminded, double or triple the time it takes for troubleshooting.
4) Brain drain is a thing.
5) No, documentation doesn't help.
@jbjorkang Oops. The above was intended for you on your post "how do you explain.."
Current public cloud infrastructure is more designed for immutablity and "Cattle, not pets" mentality.
While traditional VM environments can be configured to sort of handle that, it's clunky and usually relies upon custom scripts.
On a properly designed 12 factor application in a public cloud, you should almost never encounter an outage due to load or scaling.