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Avoid becoming the 90%

How DevOps can help scale your startup

According to research, 90% of startups fail. What does the 10% have that sets them apart? One of the ways to prevent failure is by keeping up with good DevOps practices and using essential DevOps monitoring tools, like Docker and Ansible. In this article, find out why DevOps practices help make startups more stable, secure, and save on time and money.

...and more service mesh offerings

Anypoint Service Mesh: New platform for microservices management

Service meshes offer users a way to control different parts of an application and how they share data with one another. MuleSoft, an integration platform for SOA, SaaS, and APIs, announced its newest product, Anypoint Service Mesh. Check this new offering out, what some of its features are, as well as a few other service meshes available and some additional reading for learning more.

Five's the charm

From Singapore to New York City: The DevOps Conference is going global

The year 2020 will bring some major changes regarding our very own DevOps Conference: We will be visiting five locations around the globe with our unique speaker line-up and a vast array of topics, trends, and talks. From next year on, you can attend at the DevOps Conference in Singapore, London, Berlin, New York City, and Munich. All the information you need is collected on our brand new conference website www.devopscon.io – Have a look!

Watch Jabe Bloom's DevOps Conference 2019 keynote

Two Frames on Development and Operations

DevOps and Serverless, two frames for making sense of the waves of change in IT. Moving beyond a modernist organizational concept, large enterprises and start-ups alike are no longer simply asking “can this be automated (the modernist conception)” but are instead turning towards understanding “what it will mean when this is automated”.

Joining hands with software development

The DevOps to AIOps journey and its future

The demand for DevOps continues to grow. As IT infrastructures become more complex, the resources to efficiently manage them grow increasingly important. What’s the next stop on its journey? The next evolution for addressing IT challenges is AIOps—the application of machine learning (ML) and data science to solve IT operational problems.

Last week's highlights

Weekly Review: Java 13 new features, DevOps tools, & Quarkus 0.22.0

Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week we took a deep dive into Java 13 and explored the JDK’s new features, celebrated a new release from Quarkus, and found out what kind of developer we are with a fun quiz. Let’s take a look.

Watch Jeff Sussna's DevOps Conference 2019 keynote

DevOpsCon 2019 Opening Keynote: Silos are dead. Long live Silos

DevOps stresses the importance of breaking down silos. The truth is that you can’t actually get rid of silos; you can only realign them. Much of the anxiety caused by controversial topics such as “Enterprise DevOps” and “DevOps teams” reflects an incomplete understanding of the nature of large, complex organizations.

Watch Emma Button's DevOps Conference session

Infrastructure as Code – Lessons learned from Dev to Ops

The craft of software application development has evolved over the past thirty years. Yet, in comparison, Infrastructure as Code development (IaC) is still in its infancy. This talk presents some of the most impactful learning journeys from Emma’s career as an application developer, and how to apply those lessons to accelerate the growth of Infrastructure as Code as a craft in its own right.

Adding to your DevOps tool belt

Top DevOps tools that you must use in 2019 and beyond

DevOps continues its steady growth throughout 2019 and beyond. Here are some highly recommended tools for you and your team to check out and implement into DevOps strategies. Find out exactly what you need for your specific use cases and goals. Have you tested them out? Finding the best DevOps tool is something that will take some experimentation and testing.