Open Container Initiative 1.0 is here! We’ve waited two years for this version but it was worth the wait. Although there is still work to be done —a formal certification program will be launched later this year— let’s take a moment to look at OCI 1.0.
We all know what “full stack” means. But what about when we’re talking about monitoring container environments? Things get a little fuzzy. In this article, Peter Arijs explores the different aspects and challenges of obtaining full stack visibility in such an environment with many moving parts.
Containers have expanded to be something great for dev environments, continuous integration, testing etc. Docker, for one, can touch so many different aspects of a developer’s workflow. JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc talked to Jerome Petazzoni, senior engineer at Docker about its popularity, what users should expect in the near future, the difference between Docker CE and EE and more.
The newest and latest and greatest isn’t always the best choice. In this talk, Christian Johannsen talks about how crucial IT is for enterprise and why we need to be careful when migrating to a new system.
Customers want persistent data in this highly dynamic world of scheduling containers all over the place. To accommodate their request, the big players are talking about creating a new standard. JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc talked to Johannes Unterstein, Distributed Applications Engineer at Mesosphere about this new standard, the next DC/OS release and the areas where containers really make a difference.
Eclipse CDT is a fully functional C & C++ IDE for the Eclipse platform. In this article, Jeff Johnston explains what all that buzz is about and how to support Docker Containers in Eclipse CDT.
What does the future of DevOps look like and how does this virus spread? How important is containerization in a DevOps context and how can containers enhance your company’s DevOps transformation? What should a first-aid DevOps toolkit contain? We talked to Dr. Daniel Bryant, Chief Scientist at SpectoLabs, about all these issues and more.
Couldn’t make it to the Atlassian Summit earlier this month? We’ve got you covered. JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc chatted with Mike Tria, the Head of Infrastructure at Atlassian, about going severless, containers, and the future of DevOps.
Can containers enhance your company’s DevOps transformation? Is containerization part of the future of DevOps? What are the biggest anti-patterns of DevOps? To answer these questions we need help from four of the world’s biggest DevOps influencers.
JAX DevOps day one: the mechanical sympathy between Docker and Java, tips that might come in handy when dealing with containers and reasons why you should [or shouldn’t] containerize an existing (monolithic) app.
The challenging environment of digital disruption is impacting the banks, software deployment cycles must speed up in response to this. In this session, Matt Saunders explains why containerisation, specifically implemented via the Docker Datacenter toolchain is a key tool in solving this dichotomy.
“Ship code at the push of a button!” In preparation for his talk at JAX DevOps, speaker Jussi Nummelin shows us how to keep up with contemporary software development: move fast, make rapid changes, and adapt.
Algorithms are the building blocks of any application. They provide the business logic needed to turn inputs into useful outputs. In this article, we will explain how algorithms give companies a competitive advantage.
Whether developers like it or not, DevOps is here to stay. At the DevOpsCon in Berlin, we spoke to DevOps consultant Andreas Schmidt about why the initial hurdles are worth the switch to a DevOps approach.