The 2018 IoT Developer Survey is out and offers interesting insights into the future of IoT solutions and trends. Here we compare the 2017 and 2018 survey results and analyze any significant changes, including the most suitable programming languages and new technologies (*cough* blockchain *cough*).
Want to manage your databases with Google Cloud Platform, but you’re still a big PostgreSQL fan? Cloud SQL for PostgreSQL is now generally available, making database management easier than ever.
DataStax is most well known for building the vast majority of Apache Cassandra. We talked with Andrew Lampitt, Senior Director, Product Marketing at DataStax about the explosion of data, the benefits of a hybrid cloud strategy and the future of Apache Cassandra and DataStax Enterprise.
Self-documenting log statements may be what first caught our eye, but Flogger, a new fluent logging API for Java, has a lot to offer for developers looking to manage their logging better.
Oracle’s GraalVM aims to remove the isolation between programming languages and enable interoperability in a shared runtime. The tech giant sees GraalVM as a language-level virtualization layer which allows leveraging tools and embeddings across all languages.
We spoke with Red Hat’s Michael Hausenblas about Kubernetes and his upcoming talk at the DevOps Conference 2018.
Technical barriers, security concerns, legal complexity and monetization challenges still hamper developers from getting their fair share of the growing API economy. A new blockchain protocol from startup AIKON hopes to open new economic opportunities for developers to more easily go to market, collaborate and get paid.
Docker EE 2.0 is here! It aims to give users flexibility and choice over the types of applications supported, orchestrators used, and where it’s deployed. Let’s have a look at some of the key new capabilities of Docker EE 2.0.
The numbers aren’t looking so pretty. Security professionals from around the globe agree that security tools are not fit for the cloud.
Java 9 public updates are officially over, Java 10 is here and Java 11 is almost upon us. But modularity, as introduced in Java 9 is here to stay! And so are the books covering issues related to the Java 9 release. Here is my top 10 list of the books that can offer a solid foundation for working with modularity in Java; a must-read for every Java developer.
Never a dull moment with Java! In the last part of our interview series, our interviewees weigh in on the future of modular Java and present their Java 11 wish list.
A lot of talks will tell you how to set up container orchestration systems correctly. In this session from DevOpsCon 2017, Jörg Schad explains what not to do when setting up your Apache Mesos and DC/OS cluster.
No Docker daemon? Working in a Kubernetes cluster? No problem. Kaniko, a new open source tool, allows developers to build an image in a container without needing any special privileges.