Like with all enterprise processes, there are dos and don’ts. DevOps Do #1: Do switch to a DevOps approach with a DevOps professional, says DevOps expert Giant Swarm’s Matthias Lübken. Don’t #1: Never ever be ambitious with goals.
The countdown to the JAX London 2015 is on and we’ve put the spotlight on DevOps and Microservices. Come along and hear from leading technologists and experts on the topics that are making waves in the IT world.
The partnership that exists between open source and DevOps is undeniable to Mark Hinkle, who believes the culture behind DevOps is paramount if you want improved delivery of software and services.
Microservices advocate James Lewis tells us why IT systems will always be built the way the organisations are, and why large organisations are feeling the pain of not adopting new IT approaches.
Customer goals are not always at the forefront of the design process, but Jeff Sussna believes that IT must revise its approach to ‘usability’ in order to achieve true quality in the mind of the customer. Customer experience here is key.
Ops is becoming obsolete and the dialogue with security is improving – in conversation with Forrester’s Kurt Bittner at the recent Jenkins User Conference, we learn about some fascinating changes taking place in the DevOps world.
Following a keynote talk at the DevOpsCon 2015 in Berlin, Etsy’s Core Platform Engineer Bethany Macri spoke to us about what IT team leaders need to do to create a blameless programming culture and why Etsy is moving away from PostgreSQL.
Jenkins creator Kohsuke Kawaguchi talks Continuous Delivery, Jenkins and why it makes all the difference being the first-mover in IT.
What are microservices all about? What changes can developers expect when switching from monolith to microservice? And how does DevOps fit into the mess?
“A massive IT transformation is currently taking place,” says the CloudBees founder – DevOps is radically changing how we deliver software. And Jenkins is right in the middle of it.
We spoke to Cloud and SaaS-man Maarten Balliauw about the major adjustments developers and enterprises make when moving from on-premise to cloud.
The path to employing and practicing continuous delivery isn’t always an easy one to take. CloudBees CEO Sacha Labourey explains how the continuous delivery process requires planning and preparedness to work.
Why is talking about “culture” helpful in effecting a transformation such as DevOps? Jeff Sussna explores this often murky area to help define and explain the role of culture in DevOps today.
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.