The world of IT service and support moves quickly and is prone to constant change. SysAid surveyed professionals with a career in the ITSM field and their findings show that IT professionals feel overworked and underappreciated. What does the rest of 2019 hold for the future of ITSM? What challenges are people facing at work?
Collaboration is key for an open source project’s success. In this article, Wayne Beaton of the Eclipse Foundation explains four basic ground rules that help developers collaborate productively. After all, developing isn’t just coding, it’s working together to create something great.
Looking for a lightweight alternative search backend to Elasticsearch? Sonic is a search backend written in Rust. It aims for a low CPU footprint and uses around 30 MB of RAM. See its speed benchmarks and its search query features. Find out how to get started.
According to a study conducted by the German Institute for Employment Research IAB (Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung), every year around 3.4 percent of employees in Germany change their job. The slim majority of 52 percent do this voluntarily, but the other half (48 percent) are forced to change their position due to (prospectively) losing their jobs.
Are you trying to integrate a CI/CD pipeline into your microservices project? Here are five useful tips from JAX DevOps speaker Nir Koren. Protip: your pipelines will be more robust than ever as long as you can unify and control CI/CD processes.
Jakarta EE’s official launch is here! Have you made the switch? In this article, Edwin Derks explores three of the most common reasons why some developers haven’t moved on over and explains why Jakarta EE is worth the effort.
The Go 2018 survey results are out and provide a look at the language’s ecosystem and community profile. Professional developers are using Go more and more for their projects and moving away from on-premises deployments towards containers and serverless cloud deployments.
The clocks have sprung ahead and the ground is finally defrosting. If you’re lucky, you might even have already taken your laptop outside for a day of coding in the sunshine! Today we look at some of the coolest GitHub repos that trended in March 2018 including a native Java framework, an open source self-hosted web archive, and a faster alternative to Elasticsearch.
The love for WebAssembly just keeps on growing! Fastly open sourced their internal native WebAssembly compiler and runtime, Lucet. Written in Rust, Lucet can execute tens of thousands of WebAssembly programs simultaneously, all with the benefits of a top-notch security architecture.
As organizations begin to fully embrace the “DevOps way,” the cloud enables everyone involved to work on the same code – writing, testing, conducting quality assurance, deploying and updating – at the same time, regardless of physical location. In this article, Eran Kinsbruner, Chief Evangelist at Perfecto discusses the advantages of cloud-based testing solutions and the challenges teams should prepare for when testing in the cloud.
So many options, so little time. How can developers choose between Java EE, Jakarta EE, and Eclipse Microprofile? In this article, Sebastian Daschner goes over the options and explains why a mix of all three is the best of all worlds for resilient, cloud-native apps.
What do you get when you combine the trio made in heaven: Hazelcast IMDG, Kubernetes, and Docker? Hazelcast has announced the general release of Hazelcast Cloud. It offers simplified and instantaneous deployments at any scale. Its low-latency makes it a great choice for time-sensitive applications.