Couldn’t make it to the Atlassian Summit earlier this month? We’ve got you covered. JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc chatted with Mike Tria, the Head of Infrastructure at Atlassian, about going severless, containers, and the future of DevOps.
We are moving to an era where all companies in every industry are becoming software companies. The implication of this transition means that there needs to be an accelerated focus on creating new application quickly and efficiently. Why should developers be interested in banking? Let’s find out.
The first Atlassian Summit in Europe is in full swing. We heard a lot about the company’s philanthropic efforts, Atlassian Marketplace and exciting announcements such as Bitbucket Server and Data Center 5.0 (currently in beta) and Bamboo 6.0 but that’s not all. How well do you know Atlassian? It’s time for a quiz.
If you want to “do” DevOps the right way, you need guidance. Hence the playbook, which gives you all the information you need to understand and adopt DevOps.
When going down the DevOps road, automation through any means possible is critical. If it can be automated through tools, code, or robots, that’s the path a driven DevOps team will take. However, automation is not the only pillar of DevOps. We talked to Abbas Haider Ali, CTO at xMatters about a recent DevOps maturity survey the company carried out alongside Atlassian.
Microservices are among the most important new architectural concepts but what do developers like about them? In this evaluation, we are going to look at the reasons given by developers for using microservices in the Rethink IT survey and we’re going to pinpoint the most popular frameworks and tools.
GamingWorks has built a Business Simulation based on “The Phoenix Project,” the famous book by Gene Kim. We talked with Jan Schilt, co-owner of GamingWorks and speaker at the Microservices Summit about the Phoenix Project simulation and its benefits.
Can containers enhance your company’s DevOps transformation? Is containerization part of the future of DevOps? What are the biggest anti-patterns of DevOps? To answer these questions we need help from four of the world’s biggest DevOps influencers.
As more organizations adopt Jenkins as their engine for continuous delivery (CD), broader teams with varying degrees of technical skills demand a more bespoke and succinct user interface. Say hello to Blue Ocean 1.0.
JAX DevOps day one: the mechanical sympathy between Docker and Java, tips that might come in handy when dealing with containers and reasons why you should [or shouldn’t] containerize an existing (monolithic) app.
Defining DevOps is no easy task and perhaps we shouldn’t label it anyway but one thing we really need to do is determine what goes into a first-aid DevOps toolkit. For that, we need help from four of the world’s biggest DevOps influencers.
Switching over to microservices and DevOps might be costly. But not doing so might be even worse. Jerome Louvel explains why API-first is catching on and why we all should embrace the microservice revolution.
In this article, David Mytton, founder and CEO of Server Density, explains why we need a return to empathetic operations.
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? In addition to the Women in Tech survey, we also launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Helen Beal, Head of DevOps at Ranger4 and JAX DevOps speaker.