Halloween might be behind us, but here at JAXenter, we still have the spooky atmosphere going! Here are four DevOps stories from hell, guaranteed to give you the chills! And if after reading this post you feel like you may have one or two things to say about it, don’t worry! JAX DevOps 2019 is calling!
It is the era of multi-platform cloud computing. But what is “multi-platform”? In this article, Chip Childers, CTO of Cloud Foundry Foundation, gives us a tour of what’s included in this new era and explains why most companies will be, or are already, adopting a multi-platform strategy.
Got any interesting ideas about continuous delivery, microservices, containers or the cloud? We want to hear from you! We are looking for proposals for JAX DevOps 2019 in London. The Call for Papers is open and we want to see you on the panel of speakers. The deadline for pitch submissions is November 12th; what are you waiting for?
“Red Hat being acquired by IBM proves that open source software company value has reached a new high water mark”
The news that tech giant IBM is acquiring Red Hat made waves throughout the industry. We talked to Sid Sijbrandij, co-founder and CEO of GitLab about the impact of the acquisition on the open source ecosystem, the multi-cloud trend and more.
The news that tech giant IBM is acquiring Red Hat made waves throughout the industry. We talked to WSO2 CEO Tyler Jewell and Paul Fremantle, CTO of WSO2 about the impact of the acquisition on the open source ecosystem, the Java market, the JCP EC seats and more.
The news that tech giant IBM is acquiring Red Hat made waves throughout the industry. This acquisition breathes new life into the open source ecosystem but it also adds a note of caution. We talked to Karthik Ramasamy, co-founder of Streamlio about the impact of the acquisition on the open source ecosystem and more.
Should we begin taking bets on what the next ground-breaking acquisition will be? No one could have predicted it, but IBM will acquire Red Hat. While Red Hat ensures that their commitment to open source will remain, the news is stirring up complicated emotions. How do you feel about the acquisition?
Get ready for a new DC/OS release! DC/OS 1.12 arrives with some exciting new features and changes in tow. Just to give you a small taste, Mesosphere Kubernetes Engine, as well as the beta version for Mesosphere Jupyter Service, are included in DC/OS. Let’s take a closer look.
24 community members participated in the Jakarta EE Community Voices document, which focuses on technical innovations for Jakarta EE specifications. The document includes questions related to modularity, microservices & cloud, further improving CDI integration and more. Let’s have a closer look at what the community members have to say.
While it’s relatively easy to understand that hybrid configurations allow enterprises to lower expenses while taking advantage of the scale and flexibility that access to a cloud platform provides, a deeper understanding of how workloads affect other variables is vital in determining and optimizing Hybrid Cloud Return on Investment (ROI). In this article, Scott Sanders explains why it’s important to understand the Hybrid Cloud Return on Investment (ROI).
What are the challenges involved in moving from the old “SSH and tail -f” world to a world of centralized and structured logs? Axel Fontaine gives you a full tour in this DevOpsCon session.
Welcome to our History 101 series! This week, we explore the serverless world. Who coined the term ‘serverless’ and why is it an inaccurate term? Will the technology take over the world or is it just a passing trend? Open your textbooks to chapter six; class is in session!
Confused about what’s going on with Jakarta EE? This interview series is meant to help you navigate through all the changes and understand where it’s headed, as well as how Jakarta EE plans to become the new home of cloud-native Java. Our 23rd guest is Mark Little, vice president of engineering at Red Hat.
With a simple Google search, you will find hundreds of articles on how to migrate to the cloud, simple and easy. But the truth is that migrating to the cloud is simply chaotic and the best way to get ahead of natural chaos is to synthesize your own, in a controlled experiment. Matt Fornaciari explains how you can embrace the chaos and make the most of it!