“They [autoletics] are more autonomous and independent because they cannot be as easily manipulated with threats or rewards from the outside. At the same time, they are more involved with everything around them because they are fully immersed in the current of life.”
FLOW: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF HAPPINESS
To fight current levels of complexity in IT systems we must look to imbue software with the ability to sense, perceive, reason and act locally with immediacy.
Software must adapt not simply react. Feedback signals need to flow freely across machine boundaries as well as man-and-machine interfaces.
MIRRORED SOFTWARE SIMULATION
In projecting software execution behavior and contextual state across space and time software engineers have the capability to develop new and augmented systems that bridge the past, present and future, allowing software machines to transcend structures formed in the early stages of design and over the course of extemporaneous reactive change.
SOFTWARE MACHINE MEMORIES
Your hardware has memory but your software has no memories.
What if software could recall past memories for the purpose of learning?
What if we could observe machine memories to more effectively reason about complex software execution behavior?
SOFTWARE SYSTEM ENGINEERING
INTELLIGENT ADAPTIVE MONITORING
Using self-adaptive instrumentation and measurement tooling, performance and scalability problem identification is all but guaranteed. Within a matter of minutes, measuring a representative workload, various potential bottlenecks and optimization calls sites will be accurately identified.
SOFTWARE PERFORMANCE VISUALIZED
Efficient data collection coupled with unique software execution visualizations ensures that all parties involved in a performance investigation will gain an unprecedented insight into the execution nature and resource consumption patterns of applications and more importantly, a high degree of confidence in report findings.
POST EXECUTION ANALYSIS
Through distributed software recording and simulated playback the time spent in performance measuring an application under observation and analysis is greatly reduced. This allows much of the investigative work to be moved outside of business critical operating windows.