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Every Monday we take a step back and take a look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Another week past, full of amazing tech news! The milestone event of Kubernetes general integration with containerd; the release of Apache Wicket 8; the 10.8 GitLab release and more!
Always on the cutting edge of tech, Netflix has made their cloud gateway Zuul 2 open source. What can Zuul do for you?
The latest edition of ThoughtWorks’ Technology Radar has highlighted what most of us already know: you absolutely need to adopt Kotlin and Kubernetes but generic cloud usage should be avoided at all costs.
GDPR is all about the data, and specifically the personal data of people residing in the EU. What will be the future of cloud applications after its enforcement on May 28th? Here’s how to deal with the new circumstances.
The results of the Jakarta EE community survey revealed that cloud-native development is a top requirement in the platform’s evolution, alongside the need for a faster pace of innovation on the Jakarta EE platform. Users’ wish has been granted! The Eclipse Foundation unveiled the new open source governance model and a “cloud-native Java” path for Jakarta EE.
The 2018 IoT Developer Survey is out and offers interesting insights into the future of IoT solutions and trends. Here we compare the 2017 and 2018 survey results and analyze any significant changes, including the most suitable programming languages and new technologies (*cough* blockchain *cough*).
The numbers aren’t looking so pretty. Security professionals from around the globe agree that security tools are not fit for the cloud.
IBM recently introduced a new development environment; Microclimate is designed to provide a common development framework so that microservices can work together regardless of who created them. We talked with John Duimovich, IBM Distinguished Engineer and Java CTO, about Microclimate’s key features, what’s under its hood and why developers should give it a try.
“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.
As the number of applications utilizing cloud technology grows, it is more expensive to have DevOps teams build each environment as a wild west project. The answer is to implement a cloud architecture that standardizes on stack-level operations. In this article, John Mathon gives some tips on building a better DevOps cloud.
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.
It’s been five months since Mesosphere added Kubernetes support on its DC/OS platform — the latest DC/OS release [1.11] makes it generally available. DC/OS 1.11 also includes a unified control plane for multi/edge cloud operations, as well as multi-layer security.
After the successful launch and positive reception of the NVIDIA Tesla GPUs for Google Kubernetes Engine, the folks at Google Cloud Platform have introduced GPUs in Kubernetes Engine for a wider audience. We take a look at what this leap forward means for machine learning.