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.
The agile development of software offers numerous advantages for developers and development teams. On the other hand, Agile also poses new security challenges. Christian Schneider shows in his session from DevOpsCon 2018 which security sins should not be committed in agile projects.
In the DevOps community today, we hear a lot about sociotechnical systems. However, if we want to take an approach based on sociotechnical theory, we also need to think about the sociological framework. In his session at DevOpsCon 2018, Jabe Bloom shows how this can look like and what needs to be considered.
The architecture of continuous delivery pipelines is becoming more complicated and complex every day. The purpose of Ambreen Sheikh’s talk is to motivate teams to take a moment and reflect on their Continuous Delivery pipeline architecture for the sole purpose of improvement and encourage them to KISS “Keep it simple, (maybe not stupid)” their continuous delivery architecture all the way.
Teams struggle with how to handle the constant onslaught of overwhelming amounts of work and begin to lose hope. In this talk, Julia Wester explains that if you understand operating systems, you already know a great deal about how to tame the chaos!
The time has come to unlearn how to provision and manage infrastructure while focusing on building and scaling applications! Join Simona Cotin as she explains why serverless is the new black.
What are the five pillars of an enterprise blockchain solution design? If you are looking for to create your own enterprise blockchain solution, this session has answers to some very crucial questions.
Looking at recent observability and operations tools, many are written in Go like Docker, Kubernetes or Prometheus. But why Go? Natalie Pistunovich explains in this DevOpsCon session.
Production hates you. The machines, the networks, the very users you hope to provide a service hate you. In this session, Russ Miles, CEO of ChaosIQ, talks about how to turn this pain into an advantage.
Are we failing to exploit the benefits of modern technology by running our software businesses and teams as if they’re post-war factories, rather than continuously delivering?
If you are looking for ways to make your life easier when integrating microservices and taming distributed systems, Bernd Rücker has some very handy advice for you! Have a look at three common challenges observed in real-life projects and save yourself some trouble!
What are the important Java questions for tomorrow? In this session, Steve Poole explains that whether it’s driven by AI or quantum computers the problems of tomorrow demand new approaches and new thinking.
What awaits Java in the next couple of years? Join Java Language Architect Brian Goetz on a whirlwind tour of the language features under development in Project Amber.