Marketing, Writing, and Business Services

Some of the work I do:
• White papers, research reports, web copy, solution briefs, business proposals, and so on
• Thought leadership articles and blogs (attributed or ghostwritten)
• Surveys and Research
• Moderating and presenting on live Webcasts
• Technology consulting

My goal is to be truthful and knowledgeable, offering thought leadership with an easy-to-grasp and compelling style. I conduct thorough research, consider the audience, and work with subject matter experts to comunicate a clear and concise message.

Twitter: @ericjbruno
Email: eric@ericbruno.com
In-depth software development articles at: Programming With Reason

Common Container Performance Issues and How to Fix Them

Eric J. Bruno
Containers enable a powerful DevOps approach to development. They allow developers to assemble software into easily deployable containers that perform consistently across development and production environments.

How to Learn from Failure in DevOps

Eric J. Bruno
DevOps failure is a touchy subject with some, because DevOps is typically perceived as a way to avoid failure. As a result, when you fail in a DevOps practice, the situation can seem almost hopeless. However, just as a fail-fast business approach, or the “fail and adjust sooner” methodology of Agile often proves, DevOps failures are actually a step in the right direction.

Hot Patching - Resist and Hackers get the Upper Hand

Eric J. Bruno
Hot patching, a method of dynamically updating a system or application without downloading a new version or, in some cases, even restarting it, helps developers deliver bug fixes or enhancements to users quickly and automatically. Unfortunately, if we do not embrace hot patching—in spite of its potential for security exposures—the ones who stand to gain the most are hackers.

Application Telemetry and Monitoring Basics

Eric J. Bruno
When you think of application monitoring, the first things that come to mind are probably server load and availability, disk space usage, memory consumption, performance, and so on. To maximize application uptime, these are necessary metrics to monitor, but they’re by no means complete.