Kubernetes is the first CNCF project to graduate — this means it is “mature and resilient enough to manage containers at scale across any industry in companies of all sizes.” We talked with Chris Aniszczyk, COO of CNCF about Kubernetes’ popularity, what’s next for this technology and what other projects are in line for graduation.
“With Containers as a Service, regardless of what you plan to bake, you no longer have to build the kitchen first”
What’s in store for DevOps this year? Will cloud adoption continue to grow? Will containers-as-a-service gain momentum? What challenges should Kubernetes and Docker address in 2018? We talked with Peter Williams, CTO at CJC Ltd. about all this and more.
Resources are scarce when it comes to companies experiencing growing pains. “In such an environment [startups], you want to use your time and resources as efficiently as possible,” Pierre Di Lauro, Data Engineer at Curve and JAX DevOps speaker says. We caught up with him to talk about the build vs. buy dilemma, choosing SaaS and more.
These days, blockchain is on everyone’s lips. Many software developers from all sorts of fields are now trying to tap into the blockchain market. We talked with Eugene Kyselev, Blockchain Software Developer at Mobilunity, about his first steps into blockchain development and more.
Is there a correct way to monitor containerized applications? What are the tools that help people “connect the dots” between various silos of the infrastructure, and help fix problems when they occur? We talked with Matt Chotin, Sr. Director of Developer Initiatives at AppDynamics, about all this and more.
Are you adding more complexity than needed when hopping on the microservices trend? In this interview, Peter Eijgermans talks about the differences between a monolith and microservices, when to use each approach, and what tools to use when managing microservices.
“Sourcetrail was built with the goal to save developers time when working on unfamiliar source code”
If you find yourself “swimming” in unfamiliar waters, you should know that Sourcetrail is here to help: its goal is to save developers time when working on unfamiliar source code. We talked with Eberhard Gräther, founder of Sourcetrail about his project and how it plans to make Java developers’ lives easier, we look under its hood and get a sneak peek into its future.
Blockchain has the potential to go mainstream. Jason Goldberg, CEO and founder of Simple Token tells us how this can be achieved. He also talks about his personal project, which aims to drastically simplify the utilization of blockchain technology. In short, Simple Token‘s goal is to fundamentally change the way companies use (and interact with) blockchain.
Blockchain is everywhere but, if you ask George Giaglis, Professor of eBusiness at the Athens University of Economics and Business, he will tell you that “we have not even scratched the surface of the applications that will be possible in a future world augmented by distributed ledger technology.” We caught up with him to talk about the sought-after blockchain skill, where companies can find developers who possess this skill and how blockchain can help the sports industry reach new heights.
Version 5.7.0 of npm caused quite a stir but the team reacted fast and released 5.7.1 less than a day later. We talked with Laurie Voss, co-founder and COO of npm about this issue and what npm is doing to make sure this doesn’t happen again. Laurie also revealed that there will be a clear indication if new versions are pre-release builds or stable releases from now on.
API gateways offer the possibility to provide a uniform interface and a central connection point for the various microservices behind it. These can then also be handled dynamically. Jussi Nummelin explains how this works with a preview of his session at the API Conference 2018.
Is Java fit for IT’s current challenges? What does the renaissance of functional programming mean for the object-oriented paradigm? In which direction should Java evolve? We talked with Dr. Heinz Kabutz, Java performance expert and trainer at the Extreme Java Camp about all this and more.
Kubernetes has a new ally: Kublr delivers an open, easy-to-use, enterprise-grade Kubernetes platform that’s not tied to a single cloud, PaaS, OS. We talked with Slava Koltovich, CEO at Kublr, about the company’s plans to disrupt the Kubernetes market, how they intend to help advance Kubernetes adoption and more.