Do you use the internet? Then odds are pretty good that you’re in favor of net neutrality. Unfortunately, the US is poised to roll back Obama-era protections for a free and fair internet. Here’s what you can do to help save the internet.
The world of Artificial Intelligence & IoT is clearly exciting but there are crucial technical issues that must be addressed, especially by developers. In this article, Chirag Thumar explains what we should expect to happen in these popular domains.
GamingWorks has built a simulation based on “The Phoenix Project,” the famous book by Gene Kim. We talked with Jan Schilt, co-owner of GamingWorks and speaker at the Microservices Summit about the Phoenix Project simulation and its benefits, as well as the advantages and challenges of going on a DevOps journey.
React Native is only two years old but it has already proved its usefulness. However, is it as convenient as some say? In this article, Lolita Rogers weighs in on the advantages and reveals exactly what you should be aware of.
DevOpsCon 2017 is coming to an end but we’ve gathered enough intel to keep us out of DevOps trouble until our next DevOps-related event next year. We learned some rules about chaos engineering, we discovered that HTTP is not an ideal solution for microservices, we noted down some DevOps landmines and we found out that we shouldn’t rely on anything being stable, especially in the cloud. Let’s see what went down at DevOpsCon 2017.
GitHub is all about sharing code, so it makes sense that there’s a certain amount of code-copying on the site. However, recent research suggests that over 70% of the code on GitHub is just duplicates. While Java wins points for originality, all of the languages surveyed have a surprising amount of project plagiarism.
Missing out on DevOpsCon? Why not take a look at a session from the last DevOpsCon from Björn Rabenstein? In this talk, Björn goes over why monitoring isn’t just an operational concern.
The merry migration from Java EE into the Eclipse Foundation continues with the announcement of nine new project proposals for the still-unnamed collaboration.
Java 9 was the culmination of years of development, updating this old favorite to the needs of the modern internet. But what do we mean by modern, anyways? In this article, Richard Gall explains why modern means refined, advanced, and convenient… and how Java 9 is all of these things.
“We want the [Hyperledger] technologies to be easier to install, easier to use, easier to climb the learning curve with.” JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc caught up with Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director of Hyperledger at JAX London 2017 to talk about frameworks like Hyperledger Fabric and Indy, what’s next for this open source collaborative effort, how to make blockchain more digestible and more.
What’s the difference between the community and enterprise editions of Docker? In this talk, Jerome Petazzoni explains the differences between the two as well as demonstrates what functions are available in each.
What is open source? How does open source benefit users? And how do we support open source initiatives? In this article, Kayla Matthews introduces the basics of open source as well as the importance and value of open source tools.
We’ve already debunked the myth that DevOps is a magic bullet but we haven’t covered the missing elements in this movement. We invited Kavitha Mariappan, CMO at Split to talk about full-stack experimentation, why it’s a game-changer and how profound its impact is on a business.
Agile development is great for a lot of things. However, it’s important to remember security issues in the development process. In this article, Jessica Cyrus goes over the best ways to make sure security concerns are adressed properly in the Agile development process.