We spoke with Ciaran Byrne, VP of product management at OpsRamp about how the pandemic has challenged ITOps, explored some best practices, and looked at the future of OpsRamp. Which tools and/or technologies will be the most popular for ITOps pros in 2021?
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? Three years ago, we 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 Lisa Junger, Developer and Information Security Lead at ThoughtWorks Germany.
Jakarta EE 9 has been published. We spoke with Mike Milinkovich, Executive Director of the Eclipse Foundation, about what this milestone means for the Java world: What is the next step for enterprise Java and what role does open source software play in this?
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? Three years ago, we 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 Mirjam Bäuerlein, Software Developer at BRYTER.
Jo Jaquinta is a software developer at TsaTsaTzu, a company dedicated to Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant development. At VoiceCon, he talks about his experience in developing audio games. We asked him in advance what works well for voice recognition in gaming – and what doesn’t.
Voice technologies are often caught between the user’s expectations of a truly personal assistant and the user’s desire for privacy and anonymity. We talked to Jeremy Wilken, moderator of the Design for Voice podcast and speaker at the upcoming VoiceCon Berlin, about a way to reconcile these expectations.
What does the future hold for serverless technology? Will Knative become the de facto standard for developing container and Kubernetes applications in a serverless context? And what is the Serverless First Mindset? These and other questions were answered by Jared Short, Senior Cloud Architect, in our interview at the Serverless Architecture Conference 2019 in Berlin.
We’re celebrating Ada Lovelace Day on JAXenter! Ada Lovelace was an English mathematician and is today known as one of the first programmers in history. We spoke with Joanna Hodgson, Director of presales at Red Hat, about what Ada Lovelace means for women in tech today and her very personal connection with this inspiring woman. And we asked her, how she is going to celebrate this special occasion.
What is Infrastructure as Code (IaC)? At DevOps Con, we spoke with Emma Button from nubeGo about IaC, what agile methods are needed, the best tools for the job, and what her advice is for people coming into infrastructure from the development world.
Can UX demystify AI? Ward Van Laer answers this question in his session at the ML Conference 2019. We invited him for an interview and asked him how to solve the black box problem in machine learning by merely improving the user experience.
“Communication between all participants, consistent tooling and transparency are indispensable criteria in the database segment”
The database sector is an often underestimated area, in which DevOps principles can play a decisive role. In our interview at the DevOps Conference 2019 in Berlin we talked to Eero Mattila, Principal Systems Consultant for Information Management at Quest Software, about typical errors in agile environments and practices for the optimal implementation of DevOps in the database segment.
As Serverless is on the rise, the art of debugging and tracing is changing, too, as well as the day to day work life of developers and admins. At the Serverless Architecture Conference 2019 in The Hague we talked to Billie Thompson, cloud-native consultant at Armakuni, about how Serverless is affecting the IT industry and how tracing is done in the times of Serverless.
It has just been announced: The MQTT Message Broker, HiveMQ, will be open sourced under the Apache 2.0 license, to the delight of many Java developers. We talked with Dominik Obermaier, technical director of HiveMQ / dc-square GmbH about this step, the technical aspects of HiveMQ, and the future of the project.