DevOps Engineers are lacking on the market right now. With already high but still rising salaries, this might be one goal to pursue on your career. I won't talk about courses, certifications, or technology in here since I've already done here. Let's dive deep into the books!

The DevOps Handbook

This is the…


After some years leading IT teams and dealing with many different scenarios, I’ve been refining the techniques for giving a good feedback. A good feedback session usually has just the last 4 steps written here.

But something happened last week and made me add two obvious steps that are often…


Design is one of the base investments for digital products in many industries (DMI 2015; Gartner 2018; McKinsey 2019). It should be used to foundations like understanding your customers and putting him at the center of your plans, and also on the other edge to help you find differentiators. …


We can clearly see a difference between traditional business models so present in the entire 20th century and new business models and products pushed by several startups since the beginning of the 21st century. …


Doing agile for software development is way beyond leaving the heavy documentation behind and produce more. According to an HBR study of 2018, 25% of enterprise companies are already using agile and 55% are in the process of doing the same. The data doesn’t lie: the masters of DevOps and…


Amid Covid-19 news, there one single thing that is driving business leaders nowadays: how can I make digital business? We are living-history of an evolution in our pattern of consumption. The retail industry (using Via Varejo’s example here) already changed. Via Varejo managed to keep 70% of its regular revenue…


@MIT series is a group of articles being written to describe my learning path attending to the Cloud & DevOps: Continuous Transformation at the MIT.

This article at a glance — TL;DR

The first module is putting everybody’s knowledge up to date about the internet and software development practices evolution.

Assignments of the first module are simple…


@MIT series is a group of articles being written to describe my learning path attending to the Cloud & DevOps: Continuous Transformation at the MIT.

This article at a glance — TL;DR

The course has two big parts: (1) technical base and (2) business applications and strategies

The second module introduces benefits, trade-offs, and new problems of…


@MIT series is a group of articles being written to describe my learning path attending to the Cloud & DevOps: Continuous Transformation at the MIT.

This article at a glance — TL;DR

Docker, Containers Orchestration and Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)

The content

How the stack of software components used to run an application got more and more complex when…


@MIT series is a group of articles being written to describe my learning path attending to the Cloud & DevOps: Continuous Transformation at the MIT.

This article at a glance — TL;DR

The DevOps revolution: importance of continuous feedback, data-driven decisions, pillars of DevOps and metrics

Main quote

Today, software development is no longer characterized by designers throwing their…

Guilherme Sesterheim

Sharing experiences on IT subjects. Working for AWS. DevOps, Kubernetes, Microservices, Terraform, Ansible, and Java

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