Do you know all these memes about anyone who tries to deploy on Friday 5pm? Their message is simple: Do not dare to do that! But what if you did it – the right way? Michiel Rook explains in his DevOpsCon 2018 session.
The use of docker containers for Java applications has become part of everyday project work. However, developers often shy away from running databases in docker containers. Joakim Recht (Uber) shows in his session at DevOpsCon 2018 how to use Docker for databases.
How do we determine which metrics are important? How can we be sure that metrics are useful and not harmful? In her session at DevOpsCon 2018, Julia Wester talks about the importance of these questions in the DevOps world and shows which metrics are really relevant.
Speed, velocity, resiliency – all three are crucial elements in DevOps and they do not need to be sacrificed in order to be secure. Regardless, a cultural foundation needs to be stabilized by breaking down certain silos. In this article, Brian Kelly explains how you can achieve that.
Another month is nearly gone and that means that it is time to have a look at a new GitLab release. GitLab 11.10 arrives with a long list of new features and improvements including pipelines on the Operations Dashboard and pipelines for merged results. Let’s have a look.
The agile development of software offers numerous advantages for developers and development teams. On the other hand, Agile also poses new security challenges. Christian Schneider shows in his session from DevOpsCon 2018 which security sins should not be committed in agile projects.
In the DevOps community today, we hear a lot about sociotechnical systems. However, if we want to take an approach based on sociotechnical theory, we also need to think about the sociological framework. In his session at DevOpsCon 2018, Jabe Bloom shows how this can look like and what needs to be considered.
The architecture of continuous delivery pipelines is becoming more complicated and complex every day. The purpose of Ambreen Sheikh’s talk is to motivate teams to take a moment and reflect on their Continuous Delivery pipeline architecture for the sole purpose of improvement and encourage them to KISS “Keep it simple, (maybe not stupid)” their continuous delivery architecture all the way.
Teams struggle with how to handle the constant onslaught of overwhelming amounts of work and begin to lose hope. In this talk, Julia Wester explains that if you understand operating systems, you already know a great deal about how to tame the chaos!
Who are the most influential DevOps people in the Twittersphere? After analyzing thousands of accounts, we created a list of people that every DevOps enthusiast or pro should be following. In the second part of our DevOps influencers interview series, we talk to Mike D. Kail, CTO at Everest.org, as he shares his thoughts on DevOps culture, tooling, as well as the next evolutionary steps for the DevOps ecosystem!
Chef, the Continuous Automation software provider announced its shift from a mix of open source and proprietary software business plan to fully committing to open source. Let’s have a look at what we know so far. Also, let us know your thoughts on this breaking news in the poll at the end of this article.
Are you trying to integrate a CI/CD pipeline into your microservices project? Here are five useful tips from JAX DevOps speaker Nir Koren. Protip: your pipelines will be more robust than ever as long as you can unify and control CI/CD processes.
Looking at recent observability and operations tools, many are written in Go like Docker, Kubernetes or Prometheus. But why Go? Natalie Pistunovich explains in this DevOpsCon session.
DevOpsCon 2019 is just around the corner. Are you ready for four days of DevOps fun in Berlin? Tip: Early Bird Sale ends April 4 – save money and get a free Raspberry Pi or Nintendo Classic Mini!