DevOps is important and so is design, so why shouldn’t they be used harmoniously in a successful partnership? Jeff Sussna has coined his own theory behind the concept of continuous design.
Almost everything in IT looks different today and is the result of constant change. In his keynote speech at last year’s W-JAX has Michael T. Nygard from Cognitect, Inc. dealt with this “Big Rethink” and attempts to answer the following: what role will IT play in the future?
As DevOps approaches enter the mainstream tech world, the common obstacles they bring with them are becoming more obvious. StackStorm CEO spoke to us about the difficulties faced by development teams switching to CI and CD.
In his session at the JAX 2015’s Continuous Delivery Day, Nigel Harniman (CloudBees) explained how to build and maintain scalable, stable and simple CD pipelines, using a Jenkins enterprise solution from CloudBees. Afterwards, he spoke to us about trends and DevOps approaches.
At the opening to the annual JAX conference in Mainz, Germany, developers were reminded of how little they know, and the one fact that they need to remember.
Continuous Delivery is helping to solidify the role of developer operations at the heart of the modern company’s business strategy.
Atlassian talks about DevOps, gifs, corporate communication and the latest HipChat innovation: HipChat server, which allows companies to use their chat tool behind a firewall.
If your enterprise hasn’t already adopted a DevOps approach, there’s officially no excuse anymore.
What hot tech trends will take centre stage in 2015? From the most in demand skills to expected new growth, we take a look at the IT predictions for the coming year that have many IT experts hot under the collar.
Releasing software is like taking out a mortgage. You have a constant debt to keep, repaid in testing, maintenance and lines of code. If you fail to keep up payments, you can lose it all.
As IT spending reaches a five-year high, enterprises are allocating more funds towards innovation and cloud development.
Michael Nygard tells us how IT has changed since the 90s and where we’re still feeling growing pains.
Eberhard Wolff continues his examination of why we need to revise the role of Java application server in deployment, devops and microservices.
Just before lunch at the first main day of the JAX London conference, Martijn Verberg spoke about the habits of highly effective teams.