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    Good observations on culture and communication but I was rather surprised to hear that they are still managing individual machines in 2016.

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      (I’m the author of the talk - thanks for the positive comment!) I would think managing individual machines is still quite common - we’re working on changing that (introduce cfg management and so on), but like I mentioned in the blog post, we have a lot of things to test that require “snowflake machines” (our software offers a number of plugins for different software and testing all that is a challenge in itself, as far as my limited experience would tell me). Well, the machines wouldn’t be snowflakes if you had time to create a long term plan, but it’s not always possible.