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Sarah Schlothauer

Sarah Schlothauer
Sarah Schlothauer is the editor for JAXenter.com. She received her Bachelor's degree from Monmouth University, West Long Branch, New Jersey. She currently lives in Frankfurt, Germany with her husband and cat where she enjoys reading, writing, and medieval reenactment. She is also the editor for Conditio Humana, an online magazine about ethics, AI, and technology.

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Smooth sailing

MicroK8s: Big Things Come in Small Packages

Despite Kubernetes’ soaring popularity, the technology isn’t perfect. To reduce the barriers to entry that developers, DevOps engineers, and others have faced with Kubernetes, also known as K8s, Canonical in late 2018 introduced MicroK8s. Let’s take a look at this valuable tool.

Team spirit for better web design

10 Interesting Ways to Plan Web Design Projects

If you are planning a website, you might also be struggling with ways to make the workflow smooth and make it more fun for the people who are engaged in the project. There are many repetitive tasks that must be done during this kind of project and this can get a little boring after a while.

Digital services in the spotlight

Digital Experience Management: What It Is and How to Do It

Digital Experience Management (DEM) allows you to mimic and test the end-to-end customer and worker experience. Such solutions can be used in on-premises data centers or run in multi-cloud and hybrid cloud environments. Discover how to get started and what its future holds.

Simplified Multi-Cloud Networking

Multi-Cloud Networking: Overcoming Challenges for Data Across Clouds

Within an enterprise, teams are turning to cloud services for varied reasons. As more organizations move to multi-cloud, there’s a growing need to simplify the multi-cloud landscape. Leveraging multiple public clouds at the same time often presents significant networking challenges.

Hack your way to DevOps transformation success

DevOps Transformation Success Mantra: 7 Ways to do it Right

DevOps allows businesses to keep the software updates flowing without any human involvement. Adopting DevOps means adapting to the change prevalent in the software world to deliver quality with agility. Want to know what’s the mantra that leads to DevOps transformation success?

Reshaping the industry

Mind the (IT) gap — and fill it with more women

A recent CIO article pointed out that despite composing 47% of the U.S. labor force, women still make up just 25% of tech workers. Unconscious bias due to lack of representation or possibly more blatant gender discrimination could understandably be deterring women from pursuing tech jobs. It’s important to understand and try to combat these forces when formulating solutions.

Connecting Dev with Ops

DevOps in 2021: The Year of Human-centred Technology

In this article, Brian Dawson, DevOps Evangelist and Senior Senior Product Marketing Director, Cloudbees discusses a new way of working and collaborating. Full adoption of DevOps practices will include increased resilience of IT systems, a high focus on the importance of ethics in technology and real alignment between Dev, Ops and beyond.

The journey to Quarkus

Quarkus deconstructed: building modernized Java for the future

If you had to deliver a 2-floor ‘elevator sell’ for Quarkus, you’d say that it’s a Kubernetes-native Java stack. If you had more breathing space and time for a 5-floor elevator sell, you could say that it’s a Kubernetes-native Java stack tailored for OpenJDK HotSpot and GraalVM, crafted from best-of-breed Java libraries and standards to drive modern Java applications to the container-centric cloud.

5 main challenges & solutions

What is ML governance?

Why do organizations struggle with ML governance? There are five main challenges that we see our customers face when it’s time to tackle ML governance for their organizations. Learn how organizations can improve and implement an MLOps platform and its impact.

4 challenges of low-code and zero-code BPM solutions

Things to Watch Out for in Low-Code Process Automation

The low-code approach simplifies application development by replacing hand-coding with reusable components that can be stacked together via a drag-and-drop interface. While these platforms help reduce IT strain, decrease costs, and increase productivity, they come with their own set of challenges.