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Modeling Application Delivery Circuitry: A Parallel Delivery Series

Date Posted: 06.21.21
Read Time: 10 min

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<p style=”font-size: 20px;”><span style=”font-family: helvetica;”>Modeling systems using electric circuits is a great tool for studying system behavior and improving performance. What happens when we try to model the traditional DevOps toolchain as an electric circuit? Check out <a href=”https://medium.com/@mayaberlerner/modeling-devops-and-application-delivery-with-electric-circuits-a388b53256f5?”>part two of my blog series</a> to learn how the way we measure DevOps performance and handle scale is affected by our approach—and why we should change the model.</span></p>
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