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.



News

Think 2019: Embracing the Cognitive Enterprise

Twenty years ago, companies were just beginning to leverage the internet to revolutionize the way they do business. Much has changed since then, of course, with a scrappy online bookseller emerging to become the world’s second largest e-commerce company and one of the biggest cloud providers—not to mention having one of the highest market caps […]




News

IBM Think 2019: Enterprise Software’s Big Event

With over a century of innovation, IBM has led some of the greatest technological advancements in computing history. This tradition continues today with Big Blue’s ambitious efforts in quantum computing. And with its pending acquisition of Red Hat, IBM is positioning itself to be the premier enterprise IT provider. IBM last year merged several of […]




Engineering

How Full Cycle Developers Can Avoid the ‘Fog of Development’

As software engineers, we strive to hone our craft and learn new skills. And with a revolution underway in how we deliver and maintain the platforms we create, these character traits are particularly useful. Change happens fast—from developers being highly specialized, to dabbling in multiple parts of the stack, to today’s blurring of operational lines […]




News, Product

Top Takeaways from KubeCon + CloudNativeCon

The Emerald City played host to the North American edition of KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2018, bringing together technologists eager to share their knowledge of Kubernetes and Cloud Native topics. The event, hosted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), sold out over a month before it opened, a strong sign of growing interest in all […]




News, Product

AWS re:Invent Recap: Freedom for Builders

AWS re:Invent continues to build momentum. Amazon’s annual user conference, now in its seventh year, took place last week in Las Vegas with more than 50,000 builders on hand to share stories of cloud successes and challenges. The atmosphere was exciting and fast-paced, with Amazon once again raising the bar in the public cloud space. […]




AIOps, Engineering

AIOps: A Self-Healing Mentality

The first time I began watching Minority Report back in 2002, the film’s premise made me optimistic: Crime could be prevented with the help of Precogs, a trio of mutant psychics capable of “previsualizing” crimes and enabling police to stop murderers before they act. What a great utopia! I quickly realized, however, that this “utopia” […]




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 […]