DevOps gets a taste of Berlin air: This year’s DevOps Conference 2019 in the German capital has officially opened! If you didn’t have time to be there live this year, you don’t have to miss out on selected keynotes! We stream exclusively for our readers on Wednesday the opening keynote of Jeff Sussna and the evening keynote of Jabe Bloom.
With developers just now wrapping their heads around application platforms and containers, what are they to make of functions as a service? In this talk, Nathaniel Schutta clears up the confusion!
What are the practical uses of the more advanced language features in Scala? In this session, Christopher Batey covers specific language features with their use cases.
How can your development team benefit from SRE concepts? In this talk, Nathaniel Schutta introduces some of those concepts as well as how you can adopt these ideas on your applications.
Ready for some fun? In this session, Uberto Barbini shares some experience in writing a didactic Go bot engine he developed in Kotlin. Let’s get cracking!
Microservices architecture can be complex to configure. If you have a polyglot environment, how would you make sure all of the stacks can address the same concerns in a consistent way? This is where a service mesh comes in!
Trying to see what’s going on in a production deployment at scale is impossible without proper tools. But fear not – Robert Kubis and Ray Tsang have some pretty handy tricks you could use!
Are microservices really the best choice for you? Developers! Architects! Buckle up as we’re going to cut through the hype and determine if microservice architecture is the right choice for your project.
According to the latest development in the negotiations between Oracle and the Eclipse Foundation, Jakarta EE will have to face certain restrictions surrounding the javax namespace. We caught up with Tanja Obradovic and talked about some of the most burning questions around the future of Jakarta EE.
Bootstrapping a Kubernetes cluster may be easy – but rolling it out to nearly 200 engineering teams and operating it at scale can definitely be a challenge! In this talk, Henning Jacobs aims to reduce your unknown unknowns about running Kubernetes in production.
Do you know all these memes about anyone who tries to deploy on Friday 5pm? Their message is simple: Do not dare to do that! But what if you did it – the right way? Michiel Rook explains in his DevOpsCon 2018 session.
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.
The use of docker containers for Java applications has become part of everyday project work. However, developers often shy away from running databases in docker containers. Joakim Recht (Uber) shows in his session at DevOpsCon 2018 how to use Docker for databases.
How do we determine which metrics are important? How can we be sure that metrics are useful and not harmful? In her session at DevOpsCon 2018, Julia Wester talks about the importance of these questions in the DevOps world and shows which metrics are really relevant.