Agility

Agile telemetry at OVHCloud – Part III

This article is the third part in a series of articles, we recommend reading Part 1 and Part 2 first: The birth of agile telemetry at OVHcloud – Part I Agile telemetry at OVHCloud – Part II In the final post relating to agile telemetry, we focus on the micro-vision. In any project, keeping micro …

Agile telemetry at OVHCloud – Part III Read More »

Agile telemetry at OVHCloud – Part II

In our previous post, we outlined the reasons that led us to create an Agile monitoring tool. To capitalise on this collective success, we needed to: Establish an efficient, simple and universally-accepted methodology to support the development teams. Set out the different visions necessary for the good handling of a project. Define the micro vision, …

Agile telemetry at OVHCloud – Part II Read More »

Jerem: an agile bot

Jerem: An Agile Bot

At OVHCloud, we are open sourcing our “Agility Telemetry” project. Jerem, as our data collector, is the main component of this project. Jerem scrapes our JIRA at regular intervals, and extracts specific metrics for each project. It then forwards them to our long-time storage application, the OVHCloud Metrics Data Platform.   Agility concepts from a developer’s …

Jerem: An Agile Bot Read More »

The birth of agile telemetry at OVHcloud.

The birth of agile telemetry at OVHcloud – Part I

In October 2018, just before the OVHcloud Summit, I joined the Product Unit Platform as Program Manager. A new challenge came with this new role… to support the team working on a new product: OVHcloud Managed Kubernetes. The deadline was short, we had lots of things to do, and we needed to provide visibility to both …

The birth of agile telemetry at OVHcloud – Part I Read More »

Using FPGA in an agile development workflow

Using FPGAs in an agile development workflow

OVHcloud recently got a new name to emphasize its focus: the cloud, to empower you to run your workloads easily, without caring too much about the underlying hardware. So why talk about FPGAs? An FPGA is a hardware accelerator, a reconfigurable chip that can behave as custom silicon, designed for a specific application. We use …

Using FPGAs in an agile development workflow Read More »