Mark Rendle, founder, CEO and Chief Developer of CloudLens and JAX DevOps speaker, talks about what it’s like to refactor an ASP.NET/IIS monolith to composable polyglot Docker-hosted mini-services.
Let’s assume you’ve already had every *Docker 101 tutorial* for breakfast. You’re now ready to take that brilliantly crafted application into production. But wait… first you need to test your container-based microservices architecture. We talked to JAX DevOps speaker Daniël van Gils about how to bootstrap and dive straight into learning what DevOps workflow should look like when using containers.
Each person has their own beliefs about technical debt, but the whole discussion can be summed up in only a few words: new technical debt is good and old technical debt is bad. “If only it were that easy,” some insinuate.
Greg Bledsoe, Vice President of Operations at Personal, Inc. and top DevOps influencer, believes that the most important trend in DevOps is to integrate cybersecurity into DevOps and achieve DevSecOps. We talked to Mr. Bledsoe about cybersecurity, the direction of DevOps and who dictates the trends.
Do you need to transform your business, deliver faster and better? Confused by all the buzz words and hype or how any of it can help you or your teams? We talked to JAX DevOps speakers Caroline Emmins and John Owen about how IBM changed its relationship with development from “them and us” to a collaborative DevOps partnership.
While running continuous delivery, there may be an issue ensuring users have updated content. Due to the inherent latency within a Content Delivery Network (CDN), during a deployment, users may be viewing content on an older version of software.
Continuous Delivery is kind of a hype word but some companies have still not fully grasped its importance and pitfalls. We talked to JAX DevOps speaker Eduards Sizovs about the role of microservices in implementing a continuous delivery pipeline and the practices companies can apply in order to stay afloat.
Not many companies understand how to learn from their failures. We talked to JAX DevOps-Speaker Paul Reed about the importance of conducting actionable postmortems to foster learning and improve future outcomes.
As DevOps matures and extends its borders, it becomes a topic that cannot be ignored. We’ve asked IT professionals to paint a picture of how DevOps will impact companies and their employees, but now it’s time for you to step in and share your thoughts! It’s time for a small survey!
DevOps has gone through many phases so far but its transformation is not yet completed. JAX DevOps speaker Paul Reed tells us that many companies have embraced DevOps and, if we look closely enough, we will discover that we can apply aspects from humanity’s other “operational” efforts to DevOps.
Internet of Things is rapidly becoming a central piece of the IT industry, so it goes without saying that the star of this growing topic of conversation, the IoT architect, may become one of the most sought-after roles.
The same marketing hype that surrounded “Agile” has now switched to “DevOps”; the combination of the two is one way to solve all the issues that IT organizations have been known for. This has generated the chimera of the “full stack” developer, which simply means that now a developer is expected to do it all. What else could it mean?
The reformed .NET developer and devops extremist Paul Stack, Infrastructure Engineer at Dream it get IT LTD, explains in this interview with Windows Developer Editor Mirko Schrempp, why the definition of done for software has to be “when it is deprecated”.