It’s been almost two years since Docker donated containerd, its core container runtime, to CNCF. containerd is now the fifth project to graduate, following Kubernetes, Prometheus, Envoy, and CoreDNS.
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Just because a certain technology is popular doesn’t mean it’s suitable for every situation. Whenever you get all excited about the latest new thing, it’s important to rationally evaluate if you need to adopt it. In this article, Richard Gall goes over the nightmare scenarios that can arise from jumping on the latest bandwagon and how your organization can avoid them.
Being on call is a fact of life for some developers. In this article, Irit Shwarchberg explains that although bugs are a fact of life, there are ways to mitigate those catastrophic failures and save yourself from a midnight bug hunt.
How can you find a blockchain developer who has the potential and talent to serve your organization? To make things easier for you, here is a guide on some significant questions you should be asking your prospective blockchain developer.
How to win the diversity battle: “By sharing my qualifications early in a meeting, it changed the entire dynamic of the conversation”
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? Two years ago, we 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 Elizabeth Joyce, Vice President and CISO at Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
As the blockchain industry heads towards a greater state of maturity, there is no longer a myopic focus on the technological front, but a keen realization that mainstream acceptance has to be accelerated based on engagement and awareness. In this article, Edison Lim, Application Lead at Zilliqa, explains why the view further down the road will greatly depend on the path we take now.
In order to stay ahead of the data tsunami they need to deal with nowadays, banks need a system architecture that supports ingesting, processing and analyzing huge amounts of data, or else they risk drowning in the flood of big data.
The DevOps movement says we’re supposed to bridge the gap between developers and production. But how do you actually do that? Arthur Schmunk is convinced that the answer is GitOps.
Linux containers are gaining an ever stronger foothold in the IT of modern companies. For this reason, developers need a simple way of creating containerized applications. Buildah makes it easy to build containers without the need for the overhead required by Docker.
How to succeed in tech: Keep your coding passion alive, it will make a difference as you move forward in your career
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? Two years ago, we 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 Sara Brodin, Head Of Engineering at VAI.
Java 12 is now in the Release Candidate phase, which means that the countdown has begun! Java 12 will be released on 19 March so it’s time to have a look at *all* the planned new features.
Project Helidon, a set of Java libraries for writing microservices was introduced in September 2018 but the big 1.0 is already here! The team has finished the API changes they’ve been working on over the last few months, which means that users should now expect much greater API stability.
Amazon Corretto was announced in November 2018 but this free distribution of OpenJDK is *now* generally available. We started the conversation about OpenJDK providers last year but now that new players are springing up, it’s time to revisit some projects that we might have missed.
Linkerd 2.2 welcomes two experimental features, graduates auto-inject to be a fully-supported feature
Linkerd 2.2 represents the result of months of work so it’s no wonder that this release is packed with features. Plus, auto-inject is no longer experimental! Let’s have a closer look at all the goodies included in this release.