Earlier this years, leaders of the O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference conducted a survey on microservices maturity to see how far along companies are in the microservices game and whether it has finally earned its ‘trend’ badge. We’re taking the pulse of containers, Kubernetes and more.
Debugging inside containers can be a nightmare. Looking for an easier way? Rookout adds breakpoints to Kubernetes and might just change your entire container game. Find out why breakpoints in Kubernetes can save you precious time.
Kubernetes has emerged as the defacto standard in enabling IT to build out digital architectures to deliver on their business goals, and it is now a “must have” for whatever your organization’s level of digital maturity is. In this article, Vamsi Chemitiganti talks about the five fundamental business capabilities that Kubernetes can drive in the enterprise.
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!
Welcome to our History 101 series! This week, we explore the history of containers. How did containers replace virtual machines as the technology of choice? Open your textbooks to chapter five; class is in session!
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!
As containers become more widely adopted, it’s important to remember security at all steps. In this article, Todd Moreau explains several essential Kubernetes security considerations for any develop looking to adopt this useful technology.
Technical expert and author Jim Scott offers a candid look at the transition of architectures from monolithic through microservices, containers and potentially serverless computing in this exclusive extract from his latest book.
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!