The Atlassian Summit is behind us but now’s the perfect time to roll out the interviews with Atlassian executives. We talked to Pratima Arora, Head of Confluence at Atlassian about Confluence, how it helps people communicate more openly, how to get started with it and what’s new.
The Atlassian Summit is behind us but now’s the perfect time to roll out the interviews with Atlassian executives. We talked to Sean Regan, Head of Product Marketing at Atlassian about everything DevOps, including pillars such as monitoring and automation, the importance of Ops and more.
The Atlassian Summit is behind us but now’s the perfect time for an overview of the most important announcements. Although DevOps is all about collaboration, it’s not always easy to put theory into practice. We’re definitely glad to see that Atlassian is giving Ops the attention it deserves.
Are you ready for the next stage of development? JAX London speaker Tracy Miranda explains how GitOps is ready to save the day in the event of complete system failure.
Enterprises should look at DevOps as a company-wide transformation, rather than just a means for facilitating digital transformation. In this article, Anders Wallgren, CTO at Electric Cloud, gives an overview of how to implement DevOps the right way.
One of the compelling and important conclusions in the DORA report is that improving your operations through the use of DevOps practices and methodologies is a continuous process. In this article, Ophir Ronen, Director of Digital Operations Insights at PagerDuty explains why improving operations must become a core attribute of company culture.
Every year, DevOps Research and Assessment releases a report about the state of DevOps. What did their findings in 2018 show? What are the most surprising results? We talked to Jez Humble, co-founder and CTO of DORA about the “elite” performers, the roadblocks that prevent low performers from advancing and more.
Every year, DevOps Research and Assessment releases a report about the state of DevOps. What did their findings in 2018 show? How can you use these key findings to propel your team to the top elite?
A tour of cloud computing: “Cloud-neutral adds a large amount of complexity and risk to a migration, without really solving the issue”
Cloud computing is worth exploring; this is what we think but of course, we’re no experts. Therefore, we decided to invite 12 experts to weigh in on the present and future of cloud computing. Our next guest is Peter Meulbroek, Global Head of DevOps Solutions at Risk Focus.
How can we apply DevOps principles to log management tools? Steve Newman explores a DevOps testing framework for log management tools with a focus on metrics like performance, usability, extensibility, and security.
The democratisation of software delivery: “DevOps has become the new baseline that any organisation must fully adopt”
For once, smaller organizations are in a huge situation of strength to challenge much larger players: not only are they more agile and quicker at adopting DevOps at their birth, but they have instant access to huge compute and data power that only the most sophisticated IT shops could afford, until today. We talked to Sacha Labourey, CEO and founder at CloudBees about DevOps adoption, why shifting to a DevOps mindset is something companies should consider and more.
How can developers learn to utilize machine learning in their DevOps practice? In this article, Prasanthi Korada goes over some basic approaches that can help developers apply cutting edge tech like machine learning to their everyday work.
Java 10 was “the fastest in Java’s 23-year history” and now we’re just one month away from Java 11 so it’s not far-fetched to say that Java’s new chapter is exciting. This issue depicts Java’s new journey but it’s not (just) an ode to this 23-year-old programing language; if you’re a DevOps aficionado or expert, you’ll surely enjoy the second part.
The rapid evolution of cloud development technologies is enabling enterprises to deploy services more reliably, scale them, and change them more rapidly. At the same time, failure to keep up with this evolution can rapidly lead to ending up with a brittle cloud implementation. In this article, John Mathon talks about the transformational cloud technology developments enterprises cannot afford to ignore.