Who are the most influential DevOps people in the Twittersphere? After analyzing thousands of accounts, we created a list of people that every DevOps enthusiast or pro should be following.
DevOps is on everyone’s lips these days but how many companies have successfully implemented it and what are the elements that constitute a healthy DevOps culture? We invited Eduards Sizovs, leader of the Latvian Software Craftsmanship Community and JAX DevOps 2016 speaker, to weigh in on the importance of a healthy DevOps culture.
In this post, Alex Zhitnitsky takes a down-to-earth view at the frameworks we have at our disposal, focusing on the Java ecosystem, to actually implement microservices and see what they’re all about.
Bitcoin has broken its own record as the price has been trading above $500 for six consecutive months. Its volatility has always been a real deal-breaker but it seems that the overall positive sentiment is fuelling global bitcoin adoption.
JAX DevOps will take place in London between 3-6 April 2017. What is the idea behind JAX DevOps? How does this conference bring together a broad range of topics such as Continuous Delivery to Microservices, Cloud, Container and Corporate Culture? Program-Chair Sebastian Meyen will give you some insights in this article.
Oracle is officially withdrawing Management 2.0 (JSR 373) and JMS 2.1 (JSR 368). These changes reflect the importance ranking of these technologies in the Java EE 8 community survey.
Microservices are the current hype in the software architecture community. However, microservices can be used in many different scenarios to reach different goals. Self-contained Systems (SCS) represent one approach to achieving some of those goals while avoiding many common pitfalls.
As DevOps matures from craft, through trade, to a science, we are starting to work on distilling out how we can make DevOps’ implementation and the organizational transformation repeatable and predictable, across all kinds of environments. As part of that search, it is time to start looking at humanity’s other “operational” endeavors and see what is applicable to DevOps.
Gartner predicted last year that in 2016 DevOps will evolve from a niche to a mainstream strategy. The year is almost over so it’s safe to assume that DevOps has gone mainstream. But how familiar are companies with the elements that constitute the DevOps culture? And more importantly, how can they ease the DevOps culture transformation shock?
Yet another language? That is a good question to ask, especially when the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) is host to many languages with proven adoption. While Golo is indeed “yet another JVM language”, it has interesting applications for tinkerers as a standalone language, as an embedded language into other JVM applications, or even for quick prototyping in IoT settings.
Welcome back to our series ‘Foundation Talk’ in which we introduce the staff of the Eclipse Foundation. Meet Denis Roy, Director of IT Services, at Eclipse Foundation.
Play introduced Dependency Injection (DI) in version 2.4 to reduce global state, and make it easier to write isolated, reusable, and testable code by instantiating components on each reload and by providing stop hooks. In this article, Marius Soutier explains what compile-time dependency injection in the Play framework is all about.
John Willis, Director of Ecosystem Development at Docker, Inc and DevOpsCon speaker, wrote in a blog post that “if you don’t have culture, all automation attempts will be fruitless”. But how relevant is the cultural aspect in a DevOps context? We invited seven DevOps experts to shed some light on the importance of the DevOps culture and weigh in on its elements.
In this article, Daniel Westheide explains why some people share code via libraries, why it can be problematic, and how you can mitigate those problems.