Containers are particularly useful for managing an increasing amount of applications. However, managing the containers themselves requires help. That’s where Kubernetes comes in. Scott Sanders explains why it might be beneficial to adopt Kubernetes and improve your IT operational efficiency.
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Kubernetes has spearheaded the revolution in container management in the past few years. But this open source project almost never saw the light of day. How did this container manager go from a top secret at Google to one of the biggest projects on GitHub in less than five years?
The decision has come down from on high: all Android developers should update their apps to the latest Android APIs after August 1, 2018. Google Play now requires all new apps and app updates to target API level 26 for security and performance reasons.
Go 1.11 is expected to be released in August 2018 and guess what? It will add experimental support for a new concept called “modules.” Let’s take a look and see what this means for Go developers and what the new “go mod” command can do.
Java EE 8 and GlassFish 5 will be the baseline for the initial Jakarta EE version. Take a deeper look at what is new and noteworthy in Java EE 8 with Lars Röwekamp.
Is your documentation up to date? If you’ve been putting off updating your changelog, you’re not alone. A new initiative from Keep a Changelog encourages developers to be kind and stop dumping git logs into changelogs.
Very superstitious – this monitoring tool presents a large amount of information through a curses or Web based interface. Glances may still be under active development, but this Python-based tool keeps an eye on your system.
There are a number of issues that arise when data scientists and ML researchers meet DevOps to try to deploy, audit, and maintain state-of-the-art AI models in a production and commercial environment. Peter Zhokhov and Arshak Navruzyan discuss a new open source software tool called Studio.ML, which offers a number of solutions to this problem.
It’s been nearly a year since Spring 5 blossomed. This week, Spring 5.1 RC 1 sprung, along with general availability for Spring Cloud Data Flow 1.6. We take a look at what’s in store for developers in both of these releases.
Our programming quiz series continues! This week, we’re celebrating Theia, the cloud and desktop IDE for TypeScript as Akos Kitta tests your knowledge about this development platform.
The community survey is done and the data has been tallied. An overwhelming majority of Apache NetBeans developers are happy with the 9.0 release. We take a look at what they’re really thinking about its Java integration.
Go 1.11 is almost here and finally, Go supports WebAssembly. Are you ready for it? In this article, Sebastian Holstein explains how developers can use Go as a language for WASM applications.