JAXenter talks to Jeff Sussna about the evolution of DevOps, vast and deep lean practices, and what companies could be doing to up their continuous delivery game.
Plumbr uncovers some useful take-homes as it uses detective skills to solve mysterious burst of user/product friction.
The DevOps fan favourite company bring the Puppet partner under their control to integrate IDE Geppetto and Stack Hammer.
Just after releasing their cartridge-based PaaS, the enterprise specialists deploy a complete lifecycle management solution
New funding from the virtualisation giant begins strategic partnership with the automation tool startup
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Steve Harris of CloudBees, the CEO of ZeroTurnaround and, erm, Devops Borat look at the past and future of the industry.
In this session from JAX London 2012, Patrick Debois gives a brief explanation of the concept of infrastructure as code promised by configuration management systems like CFEngine, Puppet and Chef.
JAXenter speaks exclusively with visionary twitter pundit @DEVOPS_BORAT on cloud downtime, outsourcing big data and (of course) devops.
Devops means many things to many people.
Patrick tells us of the importance of sharing within the Devops culture and how to go about implementing the concepts
Those who rise to become an Agile Enterprise do not automatically achieve greater competitiveness. Gone are the days when a team could be called agile by accomplishing five releases per year – today truly agile companies create multiple releases per day. The problem is that the majority of agile teams are tuned for speed, innovation and change, but few are focusing on actual results. Stephen Burton of AppDynamics discusses this within his JAX-Keynote – what happens when companies become too focused becoming “Agile” and how this obsession can even make an end of the business. Stephen gives practical tips for developer teams can handle agility properly
JAX Conference Chair Sebastian Meyen offers his views on what changes Java needs to make to continue along the right path
In his presentation at JAXConf 2012, Eberhard Wolff of adesso discusses the impact of new platforms such as NoSQL, DevOps, and the cloud on the future of Enterprise Java. Java EE has long enjoyed broad support across the industry through companies like IBM, Oracle, and SAP, but Java developers need to be prepared to tackle the challenges and opportunities presented by new startup-fueled technologies. Image courtesy of iowa_spirit_walker on Flickr. Check out more JAXconf sessions and keynotes on Marakana