Did you attend DevOpsCon Munich 2019? Perhaps you were there but couldn’t physically attend all of the talks. Well we’ve got you covered. We collected some of the key takeaways from the conference and want to share them with our readers. We learned about the changing role of Ops, how soft skills are so important they’re now called core skills, what books we should read, and much more. See what went down at DevOpsCon Munich 2019.
What if you could combine functionalities of GitHub, Slack, Azure DevOps, Confluence, Trello, and Outlook Calendar all together into one solution? At KotlinConf, JetBrains announced Space, an integrated team environment. Space creates a home for teams and projects with IDE integration in one scalable DevOps platform. Currently, early access is available and accepting sign-ups.
If a streaming application starts to lag behind in processing data in real-time, then the root cause may be hard to find manually in the complex application and infrastructure stack. Learn more in this article by Shivnath Babu, co-founder/CTO at Unravel Data Systems, and Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at Duke University.
DevOpsCon is an international phenomenon with talks and workshops from thought leaders and specialists in the field. It’s the crucible of DevOps innovation and somewhere you want to be if networking is on your agenda. The very very early bird discount for DevOpsCon Singapore ends on December 12, so why not take a look before the price goes up?
Plenty of software development technology has gone through a huge shift in the past few years. DevOps is the norm, the world is application-centric, and framework frenzy is in full swing. Looking towards the next decade, here are a few trends that David Cramer, CEO and co-founder of Sentry, predicts we will see in 2020.
It’s DevOpsCon Munich right now, and speaker Debbie Levitt took some time to answer a few questions for us about the importance of UX and how it fits into the DevOps philosophy. By integrating UX into the development process, a better quality end product can be achieved.
At this year’s DevOps Conference in Munich, Julia Wester talks about the dangers of binary thinking and shows what spectrum thinking is and why we should be striving towards it in our DevOps setup. We are streaming Julia’s keynote for everyone who couldn’t make it to Munich this year.
We caught up with Rundeck Inc’s Damon Edwards at DevOpsCon Munich and spoke to him about the future of Operations and his keynote, “Incident Management in the Age of DevOps”. Watch the interview to find out what he had to say.
Microservices: “Service landscapes are of great benefit to business agility but require very fast remediation cycles”
It’s DevOpsCon Munich right now, and speaker Tobias Kunze took some time to answer a few questions for us about controlling the chaos that can start to set in as applications federate and microservices accelerate the speed your dev team works at.
At this year’s DevOps Conference in Munich, Jaana Dogan talks about how to get your teams collaborating and trusting each other ready for production. We are streaming Jaana’s keynote for everyone who couldn’t make it to Munich this year.
DevOpsCon 2019 has started! With a look at the DevOps status quo, program chair Sebastian Meyen opened the conference for DevOps inspiration and innovation. In the following keynote, Damon Edwards talked about the changing role of Operations and how now, either directly or indirectly, we are all a part of Operations.
At this year’s DevOps Conference in Munich, Damon Edwards talks explicitly about incident management in DevOps setups, and how things are changing. We are streaming Damon Edwards’ keynote for everyone who couldn’t make it to Munich this year.
Container technology is spreading like wildfire in the software world – possibly faster than any other technology before. Kubernetes, in particular, has had a banner year and continues to rise. But what are the key learnings so far? Learn about existing Kubernetes operators in detail with Red Hat’s Roland Huss.
Eclipse Dirigible started as an internal Eclipse Foundation SAP initiative for extending and adapting SOA and Enterprise Services use cases. It became an Eclipse Project in 2015, and since then has soared to new heights. It aims to provide devs a toolset for building, running, and operating end-to-end vertical apps in the cloud and offers a wide variety of features.