Pedro MartinezPedro is a Technology Leader, former CIO/CTO and co-founder, speaker, father of 3, former paratrooper and US Army veteran.  He counts with 19 years of experience in Tech.  Follow Pedro for valuable information about Cloud adoption and overall Digital Transformation.

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DataOps Is Here To Stay

Posted by  on April 19, 2019  

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DataOps
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What Is DataOps?

DataOps is a discipline that has become a necessity in a market where the demand for access to data assets and data products is skyrocketing.  The inability of data platform teams and data management platforms to keep pace with the demands placed on them by DevOps-enabled teams led to the development of DataOps.[i]

In a nutshell, DataOps brings together data scientists, analysts, developers, and operations to work on the entire product/service lifecycle, from the design stage to production support.[ii]

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SRE vs DevOps: The Basics

Posted by  on April 12, 2019  

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This is an overview for those organizations starting the transition from DevOps to a Site Reliability Engineering integration.

The digital economy has transformed the outlook of all financial transactions, and DevOps is seen as an active contributor in this new paradigm. There has always been a need for faster deployment of IT infrastructure. Organizations should consider the implementation of DevOps for accelerating application delivery. There is also another approach promoted by the IT professionals for the management of IT infrastructure that is popularly known as Site Reliability Engineering (SRE). SRE follows the same core principles as that of DevOps; however, its significance is seen mainly in large scale frameworks such as Google.

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Achieving Zero Failure

Posted by  on April 5, 2019  

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These are the pillars of Zero Failure

After years of walking the DevOps and Resiliency road, I can come to the conclusion that Failure is to not being able to Recognize, Measure and Partner and CICDCF.  Well, that feels kind of cheesy and tricky, doesn’t it?  Let me explain.

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Papaya Can Treat Malaria and Termites

Posted by  on March 18, 2015  

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Papaya Fruit

Photo: Papaya Fruit

Papaya is definitely on of my favorite fruits out of the fruits in my research. Probably because it doesn’t required any preparation to enjoy it. A simple spoon will get you in.

From all the properties that the papaya fruit has, I was surprised to find about the contraceptive properties of the papaya fruit. This is what I found:

Origins and Historical use
Folk Medicine
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Turmeric: The Cancer Killer

Posted by  on March 17, 2015  

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Turmeric

Photo: Turmeric is the orange-colored root of Curcuma longa

Natural, organic ingredients such as fruits, vegetables and plants have been used to cure illnesses and injuries on humans for thousands of years by cultures around the world. From the ancient Vedic civilization to the Mayans and to the Native Americans, civilizations have known how to use plants, from roots to fruits, to cure symptoms of body imbalances and to simply stay healthy.

This is the first natural ingredient from an on-going research that I will share with you. People have talked about them, books have been written about and video presentations filmed about them. I’ll try to summarize the most important facts about these natural ingredients and all their beneficial gains from consuming them. Out first ingredient to discuss is Tumeric.

Origins and Historical use
Folk Medicine
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What Happens To Our Body After Drinking Coca Cola?

Posted by  on September 23, 2013  

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Have you ever wondered what exactly Coca Cola is?

Coca-Cola bottles

After 10 minutes

Ten tea spoons of sugar contained in a glass of Cola, cause devastating “strike” on the organism and the only cause, by reason of not vomiting, is the phosphoric acid which inhibits the action of sugar.

After 20 minutes

A leap of insulin levels in bloodstream occurs. The liver converts all the sugar into fat.
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