Google just announced that its globally distributed relational database Cloud Spanner has hit public beta. Developers and database administrators no longer have to choose between traditional databases and NoSQL databases.
The world of software development is ever-changing but even though new trends, frameworks and platforms appear almost on a weekly basis, some things never change. We invited Kevlin Henney, a UK-based independent consultant, trainer, reviewer and writer and speaker at Software Architecture Summit to talk about the “New New” and to weigh in on the growing interest in software architecture.
Credit Suisse believes that Blockchain is a more powerful potential disruptor than bitcoin. The global financial services company claims that there are at least five potential uses for the technology behind bitcoin.
The team at Serverless has just released Scope, which promises to offer you a customizable bird’s eye view of your Github project. This open source status board driven by Serverless technology can be deployed as a stand-alone application or can be embedded directly into your project’s site.
It’s been one year since Yahoo open-sourced CaffeOnSpark so the tech giant has found a way to celebrate it — by open-sourcing TensorFlowOnSpark, its latest open source framework for distributed deep learning on big data clusters.
The microservice architecture has become the defacto best style for implementing web-based applications. However, with the “great power” provided by microservices comes great responsibilities and challenges. In this article, Daniel Bryant, Chief Scientist at OpenCredo and JAX DevOps speaker talks about the challenges of testing Java-based microservices.
In this article, Jorge Sagastume, Vice President at EscrowTech International, Inc. talks about the risks and issues of using SaaS.
The benefits companies can derive from implementing Continuous Delivery (CD) initiatives are tangible. In this article, DevOps influencer Sunil Mavadia points out the elements that lead to a more effective Continuous Delivery solution.
It just won’t go away. The legal battle between Google and Oracle has entered its seventh year after the latter decided to file an appeal which aims to overbalance the decision that Google’s use of its Java software was “fair use.”
Weekend coding — it’s not taboo but it might turn into a heated, lengthy conversation. Stack Overflow explored the differences between questions that are posted on weekdays and weekends and revealed which languages are used most on weekends.
Technology is changing at a rapid pace, but one of the greatest catalysts for the change is the Internet of Things (IoT), which works to connect all sorts of devices around the world. In this article, tech writer Rick Delgado presents the three main ways the IoT is transforming the traditional business model.
Surprise, surprise! There’s a new Java framework which promises to allow developers to easily develop microservices in Java.
The Register exclusively reported that IBM is implementing a “move or leave” program; the Big Blue’s US marketing employees will have to work at one of the six main offices in America. However, that’s not the only department that might have to obey the new rules.
They say “a picture is worth a thousand words” but can we trap the essence of DevOps in an infographic? Sure we can. In this infographic, Pavan Belagatti analyzes last year’s DevOps trends and sums up its trajectory.