The Upwork Skills Index is here once again with the top 20 freelance skills companies have their eye on for the third quarter of 2018. Public cloud goes big but we see some major changes compared to the first two quarters of 2018. Let’s take a closer look.
The search for the golden fleece (re: an open source container-native workflow engine for Kubernetes) is over! Introducing Argo, a relative newcomer to the field with a whole host of exciting features, including Docker-in-Docker solutions, continuous delivery, and more.
Is DevOps already old news? And if this really is the case, is GitOps simply the latest iteration of this concept or is there more to it? We caught up with Tracy Miranda, Director of Open Source Community for CloudBees at JAX London 2018 to talk about the concept behind GitOps, how Jenkins X fits into this new approach and more.
It’s been three months since Kubeflow 0.2 was released so now it’s time for 0.3 to shine. This release provides easier deployment and customization of components and better multi-framework support. In this article, we’ll have a look at some of the highlights.
On-prem deployments giving you a hard time? You can rely on Gravity, a Kubernetes packaging solution
Here’s something to help you put your feet on the ground! Gravity is an open source toolkit for creating “snapshots” of Kubernetes clusters. In this article, we take a closer look at its features and how it can be useful for your Kubernetes applications.
The time has come for another Currents report! The fifth edition of the Currents Report on Developer Trends in the Cloud is here and in order to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the open source movement, it is focused solely on the open source ecosystem. Here, we take a closer look at some of the most interesting highlights.
Earlier this years, leaders of the O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference conducted a survey on microservices maturity to see how far along companies are in the microservices game and whether it has finally earned its ‘trend’ badge. We’re taking the pulse of containers, Kubernetes and more.
Get ready for a new DC/OS release! DC/OS 1.12 arrives with some exciting new features and changes in tow. Just to give you a small taste, Mesosphere Kubernetes Engine, as well as the beta version for Mesosphere Jupyter Service, are included in DC/OS. Let’s take a closer look.
MacRae Linton had been contracted to build out an AI infrastructure for a startup, over an eight-month period. The startup ended up being bought out, thanks to the solid tools they built. Since then, he has made it a point to let clients know that they have options in how they approach infrastructure.
Debugging inside containers can be a nightmare. Looking for an easier way? Rookout adds breakpoints to Kubernetes and might just change your entire container game. Find out why breakpoints in Kubernetes can save you precious time.
Kubernetes has emerged as the defacto standard in enabling IT to build out digital architectures to deliver on their business goals, and it is now a “must have” for whatever your organization’s level of digital maturity is. In this article, Vamsi Chemitiganti talks about the five fundamental business capabilities that Kubernetes can drive in the enterprise.
When Kubernetes 1.12 was released, we had a quick overview of the main changes, improvements, and additions featured in the latest release. This time around, we are revisiting two of the most important features of Kubernetes 1.12 and take a closer look at what they bring and what the future prospects are.
“DevOps is the new normal, cloud is the new infrastructure & Kubernetes is the new operating system”
We are now witnessing the democratization of DevOps. This concept seemed to be an unattainable goal until recently but now it has become the new normal. Digital transformations are a must and job descriptions are slowly changing as developers will have to increase their “operational” awareness. We talked to Sacha Labourey, CEO and founder at CloudBees about all this and more.
Kubernetes is the right horse to bet on. How do we know? Well, the Kubernetes universe continues to grow with two new offerings from Cloud Foundry, Eirini and CF Containerization. We take a look at these tools and show why Kubernetes is one of the most promising technologies today.