6 Burst results for "Jordan Hankins"
"jordan hankins" Discussed on Arrested DevOps
"Is that something that I've noticed for a while? Is that what customers and what customers actual pain points are historically aligned super. Well what happens? Is You wind up with someone in finance getting Amazon Bill and they see that looks like phone number. That isn't there so they start to worry and they wonder how many books engineering is buying you. Then have that moved through about five different levels of corporate telephone to the person who spun up a cluster but it's magically never allowed to see the bill and it turns out the pain is not that it's too expensive but rather that it's far too difficult to figure out what the cost drivers are and allocate that so it comes down to understanding optimizing and predicting it now that we're suddenly seeing a recession style. Pandemic event customers are a lot more accurate when they say so. What are you here to do? We're here to save money now. Suddenly that's true rather than just understanding it. So it's it's simplifying aspects of the consulting but it also means that they're that now there's a little bit less nuanced have those conversations and used as we used to say it. Looks like a dumb question but why do you care about the WS bell? Well now it actually is a dumb question because most of our customers are inbound folks. We're talking to. There's a very clear reason why suddenly all their projections magically shift. You mentioned that. The engineers turning on the instances do not get the feedback of how much thoughts costing like. We did devops in order to give people the feedback loops of the consequences of their decisions and yet with cloud. We just took that away to some extent. Yeah so you've always had this problem with traditional data centers to the just was buried in year. Multi your cycles. So that's kind of the beauty of cloud for me. Anyway is that there is any hope of ever measuring how much it actually costs as opposed to the data center. People burying it in the cost of new projects because they're only allowed to get budget for new projects so they roll all that maintenance into it and you wonder why your data center projects are still ridiculously more expensive than they really are. Don't worry you can still get away with financial hijinks in the cloud to just tends to look slightly different. Exactly I mean. That's that's the interesting part with a lot of these projects like you might have people that are doing the devops and they you build it. You run it world and and it's a great way to move fast. You give each team the authority to do what they need to do. But in many cases like it's super nuanced I mean there. There are bugs that Corean and crew have found with Amazon network data transfer. I think my favorite being that it's cheaper to transfer data between one and two than it has in between availability zones. Something of which. I don't think anyone at Amazon realized or knew it was shocking right. But that's just one of many examples. I mean for for people who have legitimate spend on Amazon or probably any cloud provider Amazon. Being obviously the biggest the number of line items in their bill could be tens of thousands or millions. I mean the number of pages in their bill could be measured in hundreds of pages depending on how they're spending their money and what they're doing with it don't print it out and again you might wonder what a non-legitimate cloud spend is well. That's my ret. Conned origin story were ten years ago. I spun something up as a test that I've been paying twenty two cents a month ever since and so three years ago I snapped swore revenge. And here we are. I feel like that was the other reason I knew that this is something that I enjoyed was similar story. A few years ago I was cleaning out my Amazon account and I I went through and looked and I had this to sent glacier charge. Glacier in my Amazon account did not understand. It was two pennies. I just ignored it like I had been ignorant for many years but house like no. I'm GONNA solve this and I went through the most convoluted series of documents on the Amazon site. In order to find some legacy vault that had been sitting around since glacier was first announced Many years ago to then run a series of commands and I finally was able to delete it through like a bunch of Lupine and a bunch of really terrible code authored. The Amazon Command Line. It probably took me five hours to do that. Hassle we now know leading it. There was there was there was there was. I definitely got hit on the. Api calls. Because I had to do so many calls in order to find like every file and the vaulter whatever the scenario was but the end result was yeah. I spent like five hours to save you cents a month. But it's not on my bill anymore and you really can't put a price on it through manners. Well it's very much I've always felt like because I have that twenty two cent charge too and it's like the friends episode with Ross Cheddar like I want to quit the gym right like it's easier to quit Jim than it is to get rid of that last little bit of of your belt but if you have more than twenty two cent bill. So what are kind of the misconceptions? I don't WanNa say mistakes. But we're people missing when they're thinking about managing cloud spend and this can be a misconception. That's happening at a practitioner level or at a strategic level. Where people missing? You WanNa take this should I? You know I'll I'll start with one that is I think is where people miss out on. And it's not necessarily like you should do this and you'll save money. It's you should do this because a couple years from now you're going to look back and think yourself and that is having a clear concise way of tagging your usage of things in the cloud. But when you think about tagging you wanNA think about Basically how your company makes money by using the cloud and maybe I'm more biased. Because I worked for a lot of SAS companies but the SAS companies are the ones who are selling some sort of service and they're trying to figure out essentially. How much does it cost per user? What DOES OUR COST OF GOODS SOLD? And the reason why you know two year old you. It's smart for adding those tags is because current you is going to have the CFO role over to you one day and say what is our cost of good sold and you have to have a way of mutual. Ca slicing days that data. I think the more challenging part of that is and there's ways to do it in Amazon is to not only have structure policy. Assume your users are not gonNA listen to you or follow it at all and find a way to like enforce that policy so that if they don't create the proper tagging you just start deleting resources right under underneath them because if you start having stuff spin up then you start running reports and it's like oh the state is not tagged or all this all. These servers are not tagged. You're going to spend way too much time walking around and saying is this yours is this year's and everyone's going to say it's not mine and you say okay cool down and then he kind of approaches to block it off with security rules or tightening up permissions but no one understands. I am so yeah. Just turn it off. It's just turn it off. Yeah I take the scorched earth approach. We're in this case. It's not that hard to find another job. Come on another another more common approach. I've seen to across. The board is all the same month. I had two or three customers asked me about Alexa for business. Which is why. Why are you asking? It's a three dollar charge. Why are you? Oh that's right. The bills are alphabetical. And this is a microcosm of what we see across the board. Which is that. We still have all of these customers who are focusing on their internal narratives and the first thing that they see. I had a very early customer. That was focused on cutting the developer environment. Where they wanted to have something technical that would spend things obscene things down have a slack dot weighing in or just getting China's customers and they okay great. Let's go ahead and build that for you. But I was doing analysis and oh development spend is three percent of your bill now originally when you were building this out. It was your entire bill but then your product caught fire. Bill Traction wound up spending up something significant and now the development build. Yeah you could save some money but there is a lot of other things you can do. I don't require disrupting developer. Workflows and have a dramatically outsized impact relative to the entirety of the development environment spent so as focused on the right part of the story and sometimes at one of the most valuable things we can provide. Is that unbiased third party perspective where we haven't been exposed to the internal narratives around what the bill contains. Yeah I think that's I think that you kind of mentioned it before a Jessica. You're talking about the we. We gave everyone the feedback loops around when you deploy thing and there are some plug ins. I've seen for things like Tara Forum and other stuff that you can know what the cost of what you're about to do is gonNa cost you but I I really fear for the future in the Kuban any space because if we already have obstruction that people don't understand what it costs when you suddenly start shoving containers into thing where you don't even know what the need like the underlying servers. Yeah like how do you tag that you know? That's a interesting challenge. I also wonder even if you expose the cost that hey if you press this button developer. It's going to cost X. DOLLARS. Who The hell knows the context of what that amount means right so like to me so that could go both ways right. It could be considered. It could be abundances if you do this. It's going to cost five hundred dollars a month and I'm just sitting there going. Why don't WanNa pay five hundred dollars? That's a lot of money for me but for number one. Hopefully my organization has slightly deeper pockets than you know my my debit card. But but there's the context of what's expensive to me versus the corporation. Also the value right again the context in the nuance of this amounts in a vacuum. Just a dollar amount doesn't mean anything and when you tie it individual teams or users. It doesn't work out. Well then you have counting coming down asking who the hell is Jenkins. They're costing all the money and you know that's that's our continuous integration and build system. It's fine butler. Oh Okay and they leave and then Jordan. Hankins crawls out from under the desk crew. Thanks you really saved my bacon on that one but without nuance or context. It's impossible to look at a bill attributed the users and say oh that's super expensive versus that's normal Y is that person costing a king's ransom every month In aws charges. Oh because they work in data science. And that's what they do you can search through bass quantities of data to unlock the hidden..
"jordan hankins" Discussed on KOMO
"The mother of a college basketball player who took her own life is suing. What are the biggest sororities in the country? We get more from ABC's. Janai Norman, hit a lawsuit filed this week Felicia hankins alleges her daughter Jordan hankins a nineteen year old sophomore at Northwestern University who was subjected to physical abuse, including paddling verbal abuse mental abuse financial exploitation, sleep deprivation. Items being thrown in dumped on her and other forms of hazing intended to humiliate and demean her while pledging the alpha Kappa alpha sorority in the fall of twenty sixteen Jordan was found dead in her dorm room in January twenty seventeen and the lawsuit. Hankins claims that her daughter told members of the sorority that the hazing was triggering her PTSD causing severe, anxiety, and depression, and that she was having suicidal thoughts. Her family's attorney telling ABC news Jordan was seeking to join an organization she believed was dedicated to sisterhood and personal and professional development. Instead, we lead to that aka failed to take action to stop the abuse resulting in hankins taking her own life and overnight. The sorority issued a statement saying it is deeply saddened by the death of our sister. Jordan and episode has a zero tolerance policy for hazing. But still that fairly says sorority didn't do anything to stop it in this case ABC's today. No one time for lifebeat now with komo's marina Rockinger in partnership with I r g physical enhanced therapy. Indigestion and burning maybe you occasionally suffer from acid reflex. But if it's happening a bit more frequently and causing you a lot of misery. It could be gastro esophageal reflux disease or GERD primary care physician, Dr Heather Osman from the Everett clinic explains the difference. Basically, it is a more, chronic and complicated reflex. So almost everybody gets an episode heartburn. Most of us are familiar with what that feels like and sometimes can be associated with overindulgence, but gird is a little bit more chronic than that. So we sort of think people that are having symptoms more than a couple times a week that might be a sign of gird..
"jordan hankins" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Former Trump attorney Michael Cohen has agreed to testify publicly before congress maharaja with more. This is according to Elijah Cummings. The chairman of the committee releasing a statement saying that Colin will testify before this comedian. Of course, calling has been a central player. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to three years in prison for multiple charges, including two campaign finance related charges. Testimony is to take place February seventh before the house oversight committee. A judge has ordered a former Illinois legislator accused of posting nude photos of an ex girlfriend to stay off social media. Former state rep Nick sour has been ordered held in lieu of thirty thousand dollars bail sour was indicted Wednesday on twelve felony counts of disseminating private sexual images, the first term lake Barrington Republican announced his resignation last year after his ex girlfriend made the allegations. Prosecutors say the charges against our stem from an investigation that revealed to victims authorities. Have released the name of a seventy one year old skier from Northbrook who died at the Breckenridge ski resort in Colorado. The summit daily reports William Haas was found unconscious on Iran, Monday afternoon. It does not appear that he crashed into anything while skiing and the summit county coroner says hostile of natural causes the mother of a player on the northwestern. University women's basketball team who died in two thousand seventeen has sued a sorority claiming hazing by its members. Led to her daughter's suicide Jim Moran with that. Felicia hankins says the hazing of her daughter Jordan hankins by members of the alpha Kappa alpha sorority caused severe anxiety and depression led to her daughter's death in January twenty seventeen lawsuit filed earlier this week in US district court in Chicago lawsuit. Contends Jordan hankins was quote subjected to physical abuse, including paddling verbal abuse mental abuse financial exploitation, sleep, deprivation items being thrown and dumped on her another form of hazing intended to humiliate and demean her. Jim moran. WLS AM. Eight nine news in the race. For chicago. Mayor Bill Cameron says candidate Dorothy Brown may not have enough. Valid nominating signatures to have her name placed on the ballot. Dorothy Braun appears to be more than eleven hundred signatures short. She's crying fraud and calling on the state attorney to open a criminal investigation of Toni preckwinkle and really Wilson's challenges to her petitions. And here's why Brown says there after her because I'm on bought I'm on boss, Jim Ellen at the Chicago Board of elections has this take on Brown's claim of fraud patently improvable false and several of Brown's petitions do display searchers that appear to have been written by the same hand at city hall Bill Cameron, WLS AM WLS news time five zero three. Look.
"jordan hankins" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Farmer's market freshness. For life freshness for all. Trump lawyer Michael Cohen will testify publicly before the house oversight committee on February seven oversight committee, chairman Elijah Cummings democrat from Maryland has thanked Cohen for agreeing to testify and says that he wants to make clear that they have no interest in inappropriately interfering with any ongoing criminal investigations into that. And they are in the process of consulting with special counsel Muller's office in December Cohen pleaded guilty and was sentenced to three years in prison on multiple charges, including two campaign finance crimes tied to illicit payments. Made to silence women during the presidential campaign crimes that prosecutors say President Trump directed Cohen to commit the president has denied directing Cohen to pay women who alleged affairs with him. The mother of a player on the Northwestern University women's basketball team who died in two thousand seventeen has sued a sorority claiming hazing by its members. Led to her daughter's suicide, Jim Moran with more. Felicia hankins says the hazing of her daughter Jordan hankins by members of the alpha Kappa alpha sorority. Caused severe anxiety and depression led to her daughter's death in January twenty seventeen lawsuit filed earlier this week in US district court in Chicago lawsuit. Contends Jordan hankins was quote subjected to physical abuse, including paddling, verbal abuse, mental abuse financial exploitation, sleep, deprivation items being thrown and dumped on her and other form of hazing intended to humiliate and demean her Jim Moran. WLS AM. Eight ninety news in the race for Chicago. Mayor Bill Cameron says candidate Dorothy Brown may not have enough. Valid nominating signatures to have her name placed on the ballot. Dorothy Braun appears to be more than eleven hundred signatures short, she's crying fraud. And I'm calling on the streets tornado criminal investigation of Toni preckwinkle and really Wilson's challenges to her petitions. And here's why Brown says there after her because I'm on bought it on on boss, Jim at the Chicago Board of elections has this take on Brown's claim of fraud patent. Unprovable false and several of Brown's petitions do display signatures that appear to have been written by the same hand at city hall Bill Cameron, WLS AM, eight news WLS traffic. Now, the Edens to and from lake cook twenty minute trip, the Kennedy outbound to O'Hare twenty-five inbound O'Hare to downtown thirty six junction in twenty-five. Eisenhower not too bad out to wolf twenty two to Thorndale thirty five. Inbound from Thorndale to the burn forty wolf twenty-seven Stevenson out to the veterans toll. That's about forty two inbound from the veterans toll thirty seven and the Dan Ryan out to ninety fifth a thirty minute trip inbound from ninety fifth that's twenty five minutes. Next traffic update in fifteen minutes. Now, the closing bell on Wall Street. The Dow closed up one hundred twenty one points at twenty four thousand the NASDAQ closed up almost twenty nine points at sixty nine eighty six and the s&p five hundred closed.
"jordan hankins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Doug, Jones, federal workers and community activists in federal plaza today demanding the shutdown to end and that they go back to work. The group says they plan to March every Thursday until it does end federal workers rallying in Washington today demanding an end to this shutdown now in its nineteenth day, the AFL CIO organize the event Daniel who did not feel comfortable getting his giving his full name is a forty year old furloughed worker at the Federal Communications Commission been shut out of my job. And we we have not been allowed to do anything. I I wanna work. I wanna go back to work. But but right now, we can't even go in the building. The mother of a former northwestern basketball player that committed suicide in two thousand seventeen is filed suit against alpha Kappa alpha sorority saying hazing attributed to her daughter's death WGN's Kim, Gordon reports the university has now issued a statement regarding that suit university says they remain deeply saddened over the death of Jordan hankins and send condolences to her family and France, the statement also says northwestern is not named in the suit in the sorority involved has been suspended the hankins family believes the hazing caused severe anxiety and depression, which lead to Jordan staff. Kim Gordon WGN news word from the King County health department is if you haven't received a flu shot get one this after a three year old girl died of influenza, December twenty first it is the first confirmed flu related death in who annoyed this season. There is a widespread presence of the flu virus in roughly half of the country. And governor Rauner is talking about his future plans after leaving office. He says his first priority. Spending time with friends and family, then I would get back into private life. I will go to what I very passionate about. And that is building businesses backing entrepreneurs I've done that for more than thirty years building companies starting companies using technology to build businesses. I've been very blessed and very successful at bat. And I want to go back and do that. Some more rounder says he also wants to continue his philanthropy efforts, especially in education, women's health issues and the environment as for any government or political plans. The governor says that's to be determined. We'll check your money sports, traffic and weather next on WGN asked Troy Murray.
"jordan hankins" Discussed on WCTC
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