Our technological dominance is no longer assured. Quite frankly, we're at the ragged edge of what is manageable.
We know that for large scale Internet services, a single request may invoke 100s of (micro)services, and that many services can lead to 80K-100K relationships. But it was still surprising to see that it took 400K traces for the call graph to start to converge to its final form. That must be one heck of a convoluted spaghetti of services.
Stack is the new term for "I have no idea what I'm actually using".
Companies across the world are waking up to the fact that their security posture is insufficient to fend off the threats that breached Sony, Anthem and JPMC, and we can no longer build products like it's 2005.
It's a very dangerous situation. I think the threat is growing steadily, and I think our capacity to deal with it is rapidly diminishing.
We're getting into interest-only adjustable-rate subprime technical debt.
We're not winning.
I, BARACK OBAMA, President of the United States of America ... hereby declare a national emergency ...