How can you tell if a DevOps initiative is successful? What do teams need in order to collect and view information from DevOps tools along the pipeline and how can we make the process easier? We talked with Anders Wallgren, Chief Technology Officer at Electric Cloud about how to simplify the process, how important are well-defined metrics to the success of a DevOps strategy and more.
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Internet of Things(IoT) and big data are closely intertwined and although they are not the same thing, it is very hard to talk about one without the other. Before we analyze their connection, let us take a much closer look at these two practices.
The Docker platform and Moby Project are integrating support for Kubernetes. As of now (you can register for beta access here), developers and operators can build apps with Docker and seamlessly test and deploy them using both Docker Swarm and Kubernetes.
We’ve been talking about the advantages blockchain brings to the finance industry but how about cybersecurity? Blockchain is revolutionizing multiple industries including cybersecurity but one question lingers: *how* can this technology help fight cyber attacks? We talked with Floyd DCosta, co-founder at Block Armour about the role the technology behind Bitcoin plays in blocking (if possible) cyber attacks.
HashiCorp Consul 1.0 is here! It’s been three years since the initial release and now the tool “has hit a threshold of broad usage, feature richness, and operational maturity,” according to the official announcement.
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 Fay Arjomandi, co-founder of mimik.
You might already be familiar with open APIs —there are obviously both benefits and drawbacks but this interview is not about them. We talked with ACI Worldwide’s Lu Zurawski & Mark A. Ranta about standardized Open API governance frameworks, open banking APIs vs. commercial APIs, the transformative nature of open APIs and more.
The first edition of Realm Report is here — this quarterly publication aims to dive deep into the geography of mobile. According to their predictions, Kotlin will overtake Java in December 2018. Let’s find out if/why you should drop Java and give Kotlin a shot.
IBM and Red Hat have recently expressed their support for Eclipse Enterprise for Java —we’re still getting used to EE4J but the good news is that there’s now a FAQ which answers all the right questions — what, why, who and where it’s going. Let’s have a look at this new top-level Eclipse project.
How do we keep our code and ourselves safe? In this interview, Jeff Williams, co-founder and chief technology officer at Contrast Security explains why we have to reinvent security, why DevSecOps is so important, and how to avoid taking serious risks in applications.
Have you ever wondered if the language of your choice is bug-prone? A study of the effect of programming languages on software quality (based on GitHub data) has concluded that “functional languages are somewhat better than procedural languages.” Let’s see the results.
Mark Reinhold, the Chief Architect of the Java Platform Group at Oracle, has just announced a proposed schedule for JDK 18.3. The milestone definitions are the same as for JDK 8 — there will be no “Feature Complete” milestone though.
Oracle has made some significant decisions that will allow Java to continue to move forward at a pace that satisfies both developers who want new features quickly and those that need stability for deployment. If you weren’t at this year’s JavaOne, Simon Ritter reports on what went down at JavaOne and what had changed since he’d last attended.
Oracle recently announced the general availability of Java SE 9 — even though it has over 150 new features to offer, the star of the release is the Java Platform Module System, also known as Project Jigsaw. We talked with Marcus Biel, CleanCode Evangelist and JCP member about his favorite features in Java 9, the ones that were not included, Project Jigsaw and the new version numbering scheme.