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DevBerlinOps is the next big thing

DevOpsCon Berlin super early bird offer ends March 5

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 super early bird discount for DevOpsCon Berlin ends on March 5th.

Watch Kamesh Sampath's DevOps Conference session

Knative and the three Dwarfs – an Introduction to Serverless with Knative

With Kubernetes gaining so much popularity over the years since it was introduced, it has now become the new Application Server. With most enterprises starting to embrace Serverless architectures, developers wished to have a platform like Kubernetes but with the capability to handle serverless workloads. As a result, Knative (Snow White) was born in Kubernetes Fairyland…

DevOps win-win

A DevOps Kong Diary

Kong is an API platform for multi-cloud and hybrid organizations, available as both FOSS and as an enterprise platform. Dennis Kelly, former senior DevOps engineer at Zillow Group, implemented Kong in the Trulia DevOps group. In this article, he recounts how they vetted Kong, what solutions it offered, and how it fundamentally changed their strategy.

Most clicked news

Top 10 Java stories of January: DevOps, Java & IT skills predictions for 2020, Microsoft Blazor and more

We are still getting used to writing 2020, and suddenly it’s February—which means it’s time for our monthly recap once again. In January, we looked back at what happened in 2019 and made some predictions for the new year, from the most popular programming languages to relevant IT skills and DevOps. Here are our top 10 most clicked articles of the month.

Part 3 of 3

AI and AIOps: Top 5 User Trends for 2020

What will 2020 look like in terms of AI and AIOps? I thought I’d break this down into three distinct areas: technology, market and users. For each of these I’ve come up with five major trends which I think will have significant impact on how AIOps, and AI in general, evolves over the next twelve months. At the outset I’d like to say that the most significant changes will be seen in user behaviors and user practices, this is the year where we will see substantial transformation. Let’s finish this series with five user trends…

The more we know, the better we become

JAXenter survey: Which technologies are relevant for you in 2020?

What technologies will be in high demand in 2020? In our annual survey we want to know what languages, frameworks and tools are on your agenda for this year. Whether you’re still languishing on ancient Java or cruising the bleeding edge using tools we’ve never heard of, we’re interested in what you have to say! So go on, answer a few questions over your cup of coffee.

Bridging the gap

Can DAST make it in today’s development environment?

DAST, dynamic application security testing, is mostly used by specialized testers, since it needs an ample amount of time. How does it fit into a development environment that depends on speed? Is there any way to “bridge the gap” and to build on DAST’s strengths to ensure that teams can use it effectively even in the modern DevOps environment?

Part 2 of 3

AI and AIOps: Top 5 Market Trends for 2020

What will 2020 look like in terms of AI and AIOps? I thought I’d break this down into three distinct areas: technology, market and users. For each of these I’ve come up with five major trends which I think will have significant impact on how AIOps, and AI in general, evolves over the next twelve months. At the outset I’d like to say that the most significant changes will be seen in user behaviors and user practices, this is the year where we will see substantial transformation. Now, let’s continue where we left off with the five market trends…

Beat your Brexit blues with an early bird bargain

DevOpsCon London very early bird offer ends January 30

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 early bird discount for DevOpsCon London ends on January 30th.

How all the pieces fit together

Building a strong CI/CD pipeline

Building a stronger CI/CD pipeline isn’t easy. It requires plenty of time, tools, and the contributions of many. However, when done correctly, it has potential returns that will are worth the time involved. Benefits including automated code testing, faster software iterations, satisfied customers, a competitive edge, and more productive teams, just to name a few.

A+ for automation

DevOps report card: Security must be part of the software delivery cycle

Puppet’s State of DevOps: Industry Report Card rates different sectors, from finance to retail, on how well they have integrated security into their DevOps practices and their DevOps maturation level. This report reveals some tricks of the trade. See what different industries struggle with and where each excels and find out what the most successful organizations have in common.

Putting the "Sec" in DevSecOps – Part 2

DevSecOps Panel – Best DevOps Security Practices & Best Tools

Since DevSecOps is such a prominent topic as we move into 2020 that we decided to ask five experts their opinions on the subject of security roles being integrated into DevOps. In this second part of our panel series we ask three questions: Where are applications most vulnerable? What are the best security practices? What tools do they recommend? Here’s what they had to say.