Java SE 10 (JDK 10) is here but that’s not the only reason to celebrate: this is also the first release in Oracle’s new six-month cycle. Let’s have a look at the highlights.
Why is Node.js gaining fans? According to Saini, Gupta, and Gupta, it’s not just the speed and performance that set it apart from other platforms, but the community support and enthusiasm that makes it shine.
New project alert! Jenkins X is built on Jenkins’ shoulders but its focus lies on automating CI/CD for the cloud using Jenkins, as well as other open source tools including Kubernetes and Git. Let’s take a look under its hood.
Clojure’s annual community survey results are in: what does the community think about Clojure 1.9? Turns out, they like it a whole lot better than Java 9. We take a closer look at the results to see what’s going on in this functional programming language.
“Mentorship, acceptance, and trust are really important in fostering gender diversity in the workplace”
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? In addition to the Women in Tech survey, we also launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Catherine Lefèvre, Associate Vice President in AT&T’s Information Management team.
Kubernetes is the first CNCF project to graduate — this means it is “mature and resilient enough to manage containers at scale across any industry in companies of all sizes.” We talked with Chris Aniszczyk, COO of CNCF about Kubernetes’ popularity, what’s next for this technology and what other projects are in line for graduation.
As more and more enterprises are using Kubernetes in production, there are some key features and capabilities that are needed so that a Kubernetes solution is enterprise and production ready. Here, Bich Le provides a checklist of these key capabilities for Kubernetes installation and deployment. Take notes!
“With Containers as a Service, regardless of what you plan to bake, you no longer have to build the kitchen first”
What’s in store for DevOps this year? Will cloud adoption continue to grow? Will containers-as-a-service gain momentum? What challenges should Kubernetes and Docker address in 2018? We talked with Peter Williams, CTO at CJC Ltd. about all this and more.
Looking for a new full-stack framework? Micronaut is a project brought to us by the Grails team focusing on modularity, minimal memory footprint, and a rocket-fast startup speed. Learn more about this exciting project in development today!
As the number of applications utilizing cloud technology grows, it is more expensive to have DevOps teams build each environment as a wild west project. The answer is to implement a cloud architecture that standardizes on stack-level operations. In this article, John Mathon gives some tips on building a better DevOps cloud.
You’ve chosen the name, now it’s time to submit a logo for Jakarta EE. The deadline for submissions has been extended to March 21st so if want to try your luck, you have a few more days to wow them with your artwork.
The tour of Akka cluster continues! In the previous article, we learned how to use techniques for making a reactive payment processor resilient to failure using Akka Cluster. Here, Manuel Bernhardt takes a closer look at how to scale out the reactive payment processor application using cluster sharding.
A crucial part of microservices is automation. Being able to “set it and forget it” makes it easier for teams to release production ready applications on time. However, recent research shows that manual deployment causes significant delays in the deployment release schedule.
Open internet is “under attack”. In this article, mimik CEO Siavash Alamouti calls on all developers to build a decentralized Internet that is more open, private and efficient and less vulnerable to abuse by gatekeepers and middlemen.