Ops, hardware, infrastructure – software is still eating its way into various worlds that were once out of its reach. Meanwhile DevOps is eating up the developer’s workplace. Perforce’s Mark Warren speaks to us about the impact of everything becoming code and how DevOps is changing responsibility, security and collaboration.
In his session at the JAX 2015’s Continuous Delivery Day, Nigel Harniman (CloudBees) explained how to build and maintain scalable, stable and simple CD pipelines, using a Jenkins enterprise solution from CloudBees. Afterwards, he spoke to us about trends and DevOps approaches.
CloudBees founder and former JBoss CTO Sacha Labourey tells us about the ongoing PaaS struggle and what Docker is changing in IT.
CloudBees CEO explains to JAXenter why they’re letting go of RUN@Cloud and focusing on Jenkins.
You’ve submitted your nominations, now it’s time to cast your vote for the cream of the developer community 2014.
With new Verizon Ventures led cash injection, PaaS provider is well placed to become go-to guys for continuous delivery.
CloudBees CEO Sacha Labourey explains more this new venture, and tells JAX how the cloud is amping up Javas cool factor.
Jenkins creator Kohsuke Kawaguchi talks to JAXenter about the road ahead, the importance of elasticity, and some interesting applications of continuous integration.
CEO Sacha Labourey gives his views on PaaS, the future of cloud, and a certain AWOL Oracle yachting fan.
In this code-rich session from JAXConf 2013, aimed at architects and developers, Mark Prichard of CloudBees will show how you can: 1) pass Amazon security credentials and configuration parameters to PaaS applications at run-time to provide customized environments 2) use JDBC and Amazon RDS (Relational Data Service) to provide resilient and performant relational data services 3) replace JMS queues and topics with Amazon SQS (Simple Queue Service) and SNS (Simple Notification Service) to develop cloud-based messaging applications 4) use Amazon’s SES (Simple Email Service) from Java applications. Filmed by Marakana – www.marakana.com
Cloud platform vendor CloudBees continue to bolster their platform with the purchase of the Irish startup’s data synchronisation technology.
There are so many Java Cloud Platforms on the market today: CloudFoundry, CloudBees, Google App Engine, OpenShift, Heroku, and Oracle Java Cloud Service. How can you possibly choose? Fortunately, Khanderao Kand is on hand to help in this JAXConf 2013 presentation. He’ll compare the various platforms through examples, and give you an idea of what key factors to look for when selecting the right cloud platform for your application. Filmed by Marakana – www.marakana.com
Kohsuke Kawaguchi and PaaS provider CloudBees starts petition, urging developers to support API freedom.
Latest release of asynchronous server brings support for persistent connection protocol.