JAX DevOps 2018 is not over yet but we thought you’d like some updates on what’s going on at the conference. Here are some of the highlights, trends to follow and best practices.
JAX DevOps Day 2 continues with a session from Antonio Cobo! We checked in with him just before his session with a quick round of questions all about DevOps, the cloud, and microservices.
The cloud offers so many advantages for DevOps, but it comes at a cost. In this article, John Martinez explains why security needs to be a priority for all DevOps teams.
Can’t make it to JAX DevOps2018? Never fear! You can livestream the opening keynote from wherever you are.
DataOps and DevOps: unify the common goals. Tech writer Kayla Matthews talks about how DataOps and DevOps can benefit each other and their shared efforts.
We are excited about Jussi Nummelin’s session at JAX DevOps this week! In this interview, we talked about the advantages of geographically distributed microservices and we got a sneak peek at what we should expect to learn during his session.
Eager to find out how to make strategic choices in recruitment, organization, culture, and technology to best situate an organization for success in the new DevOps world? Mike Long, Partner at Praqma and speaker at JAX DevOps 2018, talks about the promise of DevOps and how successful adoption looks like.
You’d think that changing behaviors in order to change culture is a breeze — it’s actually a hurricane. In this interview, Morgan Martins explains why cultural change is difficult and how the Behavioral Framework can be used to implement behavioral changes.
IBM recently introduced a new development environment; Microclimate is designed to provide a common development framework so that microservices can work together regardless of who created them. We talked with John Duimovich, IBM Distinguished Engineer and Java CTO, about Microclimate’s key features, what’s under its hood and why developers should give it a try.
Lots of popular DevOps tools are developed with Go, but AWS Lambda still doesn’t support it. How can developers work around this barrier? In this session, Andreas Mohrhard explains what serverless really is, how AWS and Go play well together, and how developers can benefit from using AWS Lambda and Go together.
Empathy is more important than you’d think for DevOps. As Jackie Balzer explains, building a CI/CD interface and system is a chance to make something beautiful and easy to use. Paying attention to these details to create a frictionless experience is a kindness to your eventual users.
New project alert! Jenkins X is built on Jenkins’ shoulders but its focus lies on automating CI/CD for the cloud using Jenkins, as well as other open source tools including Kubernetes and Git. Let’s take a look under its hood.
“With Containers as a Service, regardless of what you plan to bake, you no longer have to build the kitchen first”
What’s in store for DevOps this year? Will cloud adoption continue to grow? Will containers-as-a-service gain momentum? What challenges should Kubernetes and Docker address in 2018? We talked with Peter Williams, CTO at CJC Ltd. about all this and more.
As the number of applications utilizing cloud technology grows, it is more expensive to have DevOps teams build each environment as a wild west project. The answer is to implement a cloud architecture that standardizes on stack-level operations. In this article, John Mathon gives some tips on building a better DevOps cloud.