Ravi Lachhman

Ravi Lachhman

Ravi Lachhman is an evangelist at AppDynamics focusing on the Cloud and DevOps spaces. Prior to AppDynamics, Ravi has spent time at Mesosphere, Red Hat, and IBM helping enterprises and the federal sector design the next generation of distributed platforms. When not helping to further the technology communities, Ravi enjoys traveling the world especially with his stomach.



Engineering

AWS re:Invent—What do Black Friday and Cyber Monday Have in Common?

With the genesis of Amazon Web Services, enterprises of all sizes can now take advantage of the public cloud to deliver significantly more agility and control. With AWS, elastic infrastructure is easier to attain, and usage spikes are an afterthought. Only days apart, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are arguably the two biggest days in […]




Engineering

How to Build Hybrid Cloud Confidence

This blog post is coauthored by Vamsi Chemitiganti, Chief Strategist at Platform9 Systems. The hybrid cloud is not a new concept. Way back in 2010, AppDynamics founder Jyoti Bansal had an interesting take on hybrid cloud. The issues Jyoti discussed more than eight years ago are just as challenging today, particularly with architectures becoming more […]




News

AppDynamics Receives Pivotal Award for Outstanding Solutions and Services

Fall 2018 has gotten off to a great start! At the SpringOne Platform Conference in Washington D.C., Pivotal Software recognized AppDynamics as a Customer Impact Independent Software Vendor of the Year. The award recognized our excellence in building and delivering solutions to the Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) ecosystem and community. Mark Prichard (left and center), […]




Engineering

Why Idempotency and Ephemerality Matter in a Cloud-Native World

The first time I heard “idempotent” and “ephemeral,” I had no idea what they meant. Perhaps I should have, though, because idempotent and ephemeral patterns are not new to the computing world. In mathematics and computer science, idempotence is a property in which no matter how many times you execute some operations, you achieve the […]




Engineering, Product

The Serverless Revolution: Why and How The Movement Will Allow Teams to Deploy With More Velocity and Confidence

The serverless movement has recently received another jolt of momentum with Google’s recent release of KNative. Leveraging some of the hottest technologies including Kubernetes and Istio, KNative raises the bar of serverless by supporting a wide set of platforms including Pivotal Cloud Foundry and Red Hat OpenShift. With such a set of heavy hitters, if […]




Engineering, Product

Advances In Mesh Technology Make It Easier for the Enterprise to Embrace Containers and Microservices

More enterprises are embracing containers and microservices, which bring along additional networking complexities. So it’s no surprise that service meshes are in the spotlight now. There have been substantial advances recently in service mesh technologies—including Istio’s 1.0, Hashi Corp’s Consul 1.2.1, and Buoyant merging Conduent into LinkerD—and for good reason. Some background: service meshes are […]




Engineering, Product

Puppet, an Oldie but Goodie: A DevOps Eponym

Calling a software company that was founded in 2005 an “oldie but goodie” might sound a little ludicrous. After all, AppDynamics, founded in 2008, was not far behind. But technology advances at a dizzying pace, and it’s not unusual for “older” tech of a decade or so to feel antiquated, even quaint. So does Puppet, […]




Product

Mean Time to Repair: What it Means to You

We’ve all been there: Flying home, late at night, a few delays. Our flight arrives at the airport and we’re anxious to get out of the tin can. Looking outside, we see no one is connecting the jet bridge to the aircraft. Seconds seems like minutes as the jet bridge just sits there. “This is […]