The weather may be getting colder, so it’s a good time to warm up with some of GitHub’s hottest repos. We’ve gone through GitHub’s trending list to find some of the coziest and fieriest projects to showcase for November 2018.
Containers are the foundation for much of modern computing, but they also obscure where problems initially develop. In this article, Mark Herring explains why capturing important metrics becomes difficult in a container-based infrastructure, why managing metrics storage needs to be done properly, and how new data platforms fulfill the needs of the modern web.
CoolBeans is an IDE distribution which promises to package the best there is in the Apache NetBeans ecosystem, polish it, fix minor annoyances and serve them to developers in a clean bundle. We talked to Emilian Bold, long-term NetBeans community member about this project and why Java developers will find it useful.
The Christmas season has officially started! December is upon us and so is the time to have our monthly review of the most clicked news! Old but gold tutorials, Angular and Java news are all around! Let’s have a look.
What are the best skills to learn when looking for a career in tech? Indeed published a report that will help you narrow in your focus on what to study, what to aim for, and what to ignore. Find out the top ten in-demand skills in tech and you’ll already be one step ahead!
Give yourself the gift of DevOps this year with tickets to JAX DevOps 2019! It’s time for our first look at the 2019 program and there’s a lot in store for developers both young and old. Get your tickets now to our premier conference for CI/CD, microservices, Docker, and cloud computing today and save big!
Looking forward to Go 2? We’re officially starting the journey towards a major release! First up is the all-new proposal evaluation process. It’s time to make your voice heard on three official proposals for the upcoming Go 2.
Welcome to the class of 2018. Envoy is the third CNCF project to reach graduation status after just three shorts years since its creation. Congratulations Envoy! What incubating project will follow in its footsteps?
The intent of Privacy by Design (PbD) is to urge organizations to make privacy an ingrained part of their products, rather than an add-on after rollout. By maintaining a thoughtful checklist and adhering to PbD principles, organizations can effectively meet today’s new wave of privacy and data protection standards and limit organizational risk.
We’re moving faster than we ever had before so we need to embrace the fact that we’re drifting towards a cloud native era. We caught up with Jessica Deen, Cloud Developer Advocate for Microsoft at JAX London 2018 to discuss how cloud native is shaking up the traditional workflow, the tooling, serverless and more.
2019 is just around the corner so we’d like to find out which technologies will dominate next year, which technologies will fall behind and what’s going to stay static. We received over 350 votes so we humbly thank you for your participation.
If you wish there was an easy way to monitor and control communications across microservices applications on AWS, consider it granted. AWS App Mesh is the latest announcement at AWS re:Invent to rock our world. Proceed with caution though: this service mesh is currently available as a public preview.
Developers hate change requests. When someone changes their mind, this means fresh coding, fresh QA testing, and extra work for everybody. This is inefficient and not terribly productive if you are building the same thing multiple times. Debbie Levitt explains why this can be mostly or wholly avoided when engineering collaborates with UX.
The way we design, develop, and run applications on cloud native platforms like Kubernetes differs significantly from the traditional approach. DevOpsCon speaker Roland Huß looks at a collection of common patterns for developing cloud native applications. After this session, you will have a solid overview of how common problems can be solved when developing cloud native applications for Kubernetes.