We are excited about Jussi Nummelin’s session at JAX DevOps this week! In this interview, we talked about the advantages of geographically distributed microservices and we got a sneak peek at what we should expect to learn during his session.
IBM recently introduced a new development environment; Microclimate is designed to provide a common development framework so that microservices can work together regardless of who created them. We talked with John Duimovich, IBM Distinguished Engineer and Java CTO, about Microclimate’s key features, what’s under its hood and why developers should give it a try.
“With Containers as a Service, regardless of what you plan to bake, you no longer have to build the kitchen first”
What’s in store for DevOps this year? Will cloud adoption continue to grow? Will containers-as-a-service gain momentum? What challenges should Kubernetes and Docker address in 2018? We talked with Peter Williams, CTO at CJC Ltd. about all this and more.
Looking for a new full-stack framework? Micronaut is a project brought to us by the Grails team focusing on modularity, minimal memory footprint, and a rocket-fast startup speed. Learn more about this exciting project in development today!
What kinds of monitoring solutions are available to check the health of your microservices? In this article, Peter Arijs explains what you are looking for, goes over the different types of service checks, and gives an example of how you can do this with CoScale’s monitoring solutions.
Is there a correct way to monitor containerized applications? What are the tools that help people “connect the dots” between various silos of the infrastructure, and help fix problems when they occur? We talked with Matt Chotin, Sr. Director of Developer Initiatives at AppDynamics, about all this and more.
Are you adding more complexity than needed when hopping on the microservices trend? In this interview, Peter Eijgermans talks about the differences between a monolith and microservices, when to use each approach, and what tools to use when managing microservices.
New year, new JAX Magazine issue. What better way to celebrate the beginning of a new year than with a DevOps goody bag?
Should you pay more attention to security when drafting your DevOps approach? Is there a skills shortage in the DevOps space? Will containers-as-a-service become a thing in 2018? We talked with Nicki Watt, CTO at OpenCredo about all this and more.
Is Java ideal for microservices development? Should companies continue to invest resources in this direction? We invited seven JAX DevOps speakers to weigh in on the microservices hype, Java’s place in all this and what’s happening in the container world.
Microservices: there are many paths, but the goal is always the same. A recent survey from Red Hat suggests that developers aiming for microservices success are looking for a Swiss army knife rather than a hammer. In any case, the benefits of doing so appear much sooner than you’d think!
Microservices are all the rage now but this doesn’t mean they are a silver bullet. When you go down the microservices path you should expect to encounter several problems. JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc caught up with Quentin Adam, CEO of Clever Cloud to talk about how tokens fit into the microservices ecosystem, when and why it’s better to transform a monolith into microservices and more.
The countdown for JAX DevOps 2018 has begun. If you would like to dive deeper into topics such as Continuous Delivery, Microservices, Docker, and clouds, this is your chance to hear top experts talk about the latest trends in this growing culture. Hurry up and save up to £700 – Blind Bird expires today!
Do you need a bootstrap project to help you with your next microservice architecture? Trust me, if you’re interested in implementing microservices, this project is for you. In this article, Alexsandro Souza addresses some common challenges that everyone faces when starting with microservices.