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!
“DevOps is the new normal, cloud is the new infrastructure & Kubernetes is the new operating system”
We are now witnessing the democratization of DevOps. This concept seemed to be an unattainable goal until recently but now it has become the new normal. Digital transformations are a must and job descriptions are slowly changing as developers will have to increase their “operational” awareness. We talked to Sacha Labourey, CEO and founder at CloudBees about all this and more.
JAX London 2018 has come to an end but the things we experienced and learned will stay with us for quite some time! One of the most interesting and informative sessions during Day 1 of this year’s JAX London was the panel on cloud native Java with 5 amazing speakers!
Our cloud computing interview series may be over, but we learned a lot from the experts! Take a look at the recap and find out what you might have missed about the present and future of cloud computing.
JAX London Day 1 is over! During this amazingly rich day, we gathered a lot of knowledge and wisdom from the interesting and educational keynotes and sessions. Tips, tricks, crucial advice, important clarifications – we have it all! Let’s have a closer look at the key takeaways from JAX London Day 1!
Have you adopted serverless and loved it, or do you prefer containers? Are you still unsure and want to know more before making a decision? This JAX Magazine issue will give you everything you need to know about containers and serverless computing but it won’t decide for you. Dig in!
Cloud computing is worth exploring; this is what we think but of course, we’re no experts. Therefore, we decided to invite 13 experts to weigh in on the present and future of cloud computing. Our next guest is Patrick O’Keeffe, Vice President of Software Engineering at Quest.
Cloud development is revolutionary for a number of tech fields. However, one place where it really shines is in app development. In this article, Rilind Elezaj explains how the cloud offers new opportunities for app development, the steps needed to make a cloud-ready app, and some issues that developers might face.
Welcome to our History 101 series! This week, we explore cloud computing. Did you know the birth of the Internet was pretty much the beginning of the cloud itself? Open your textbooks to chapter four; class is in session!
Cloud computing is worth exploring; this is what we think but of course, we’re no experts. Therefore, we decided to invite 12 experts to weigh in on the present and future of cloud computing. Our next guest is Vamsi Chemitiganti, Chief Strategist at Platform9.
What does Google know how to do best? Search for things! And now Google’s search superpower is available for every developer! Google announced the beta availability of Cloud Source Repositories, which promises to relieve you from all the trouble of trying to find that code you know you saw somewhere!