Michael Churchman

Michael Churchman

Michael Churchman started as a scriptwriter, editor, and producer during the anything-goes early years of the game industry. He spent much of the ‘90s in the high-pressure bundled software industry, where the move from waterfall to faster release was well under way, and near-continuous release cycles and automated deployment were already de facto standards. During that time he developed a semi-automated system for managing localization in over fifteen languages. For the past ten years, he has been involved in the analysis of software development processes and related engineering management issues. He is a regular Fixate.io contributor.

Posts by Michael Churchman

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The History of Monitoring Tools

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DevSecOps 2.0

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Log Aggregation vs. APM: No, They’re Not the Same Thing

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AWS Config: Monitoring Resource Configurations for Compliance

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Top Patterns for Building a Successful Microservices Architecture

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Making the Most of AWS Lambda Logs

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5 Log Monitoring Moves to Wow Your Business Partner

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Technical Debt and its Impact on DevOps

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Using Analytics to Support the Canary Release

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Snowflake Configurations and DevOps Automation

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Does Docker Deployment Make Bare Metal Relevant?

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VPC Flow Logging in a DevOps Environment

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Docker Engine for Windows Server 2016

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Log Analysis in a DevOps Environment

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Open Sourcing DevOps

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DevOps is a Strategy