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

Security Considerations when Using Containers-as-a-Service Providers

Eric J. Bruno
Deploying and running Docker container-based software in the public cloud requires special security considerations in addition to those that apply when you run Docker on your own infrastructure. The usual Docker security analysis is still relevant, but there are some other things to bear in mind when using a CaaS (Containers-as-a-Service) provider, such as Amazon’s ECS, Microsoft’s Azure Container Service, or Oracle’s Container Cloud Service.

The 2017 State of DevOps Research Report

Eric J. Bruno
This research report is based on a survey of over 300 IT professionals involved in DevOps, and is intended to highlight the current of state of DevOps practices as implemented in 2016, with an outlook for 2017.

Which Comes First: DevOps or Culture Change?

Eric J. Bruno
By now, most people in IT and product management understand DevOps. The power of DevOps, like Agile, is that there’s no strict rule set to follow, nor is there a standard to adhere to. It’s open to interpretation and adaptation according to your own corporate, customer, product, or cultural situation.

Ten Reasons to Move Dev-Test to the Cloud

Eric J. Bruno
A lot has been written about the cloud over the past few years, and rightfully so. Whether you're looking to extend an existing application or build something entirely new, using cloud-based resources can save you time and money. For example, you often only pay for the cloud resources you consume, but with peace of mind that additional capacity is there to meet spikes in demand.