The Atlassian Summit is behind us but now’s the perfect time to roll out the interviews with Atlassian executives. We talked to Sean Regan, Head of Product Marketing at Atlassian about everything DevOps, including pillars such as monitoring and automation, the importance of Ops and more.
It’s here! Couchbase has just released their Autonomous Operator for Kubernetes to a general audience. Now, developers can take advantage of this popular NoSQL database for container orchestration management on Kubernetes and, in the future, OpenShift.
The results of the bi-annual CNCF survey are here. We’ll have a closer look at the most popular technologies, as well as the benefits of cloud native projects and the challenges in using and deploying containers. Let’s dig in!
IncludeOS is is a minimal, unikernel operating system. It runs C++ services in the cloud and has a tiny memory footprint. What are unikernels? Are they right for you?
Serverless or containers? We want to hear from YOU! Take our survey about which technology you prefer, and get ready for an upcoming JAX Magazine all about serverless computing and containers.
All aboard the gopher-governed container ship! And yes, we have Kubernetes stuff going on again! This time in the form of a platform for simple CI/CD management that is entirely developed in Go! Let’s a have a closer look at this intriguing combination!
Containers are particularly useful for managing an increasing amount of applications. However, managing the containers themselves requires help. That’s where Kubernetes comes in. Scott Sanders explains why it might be beneficial to adopt Kubernetes and improve your IT operational efficiency.
Companies are deploying cloud-native applications to meet their business requirements. Whether it is speed, scalability or new functionality, containers offer a route to achieving these goals faster and more efficiently to manage the cost of change for developers and operational stakeholders. However, are we aware of the challenges as well?
Following on from containers, serverless computing is the next wave management in application deployment and software delivery. In this article, Colin Fernandes of Sumo Logic explains why investing in operational and security analytics solutions that understand serverless is a worthwhile step to being successful with serverless.
“Write once, run anywhere” has been the Java motto since forever! And what better way to achieve that if not with the use of containers? But we all know that containerizing Java applications is anything but simple. Jib is an open-source Java containerizer from Google that aspires to make a difference!
As severless computing and container technology reach their peak, Cloud Foundry explores what IT decision makers have to say. Let’s explore the data and see what the numbers have to say about these computing trends.
The quarterly report on developer trends in the cloud by DigitalOcean, Currents, is out! What do containers usage and serverless computing adoption look like? Here, we have a look at some of the highlights and interesting facts of the Currents report.
The growing popularity of Docker and Kubernetes has driven containerization to go mainstream and with good reason. However, even with the many benefits offered by containers, there are still issues to overcome when it comes to delivering truly stateful applications that need persistent data.
Kubernetes 1.11 is here! This is the second release for the container orchestration manager for 2018 and it’s a big one, with improve scalability, flexibility, and all-around performance enhancements. Two of the biggest changes include IPVS-based in-cluster service load balancing and CoreDNS.