We talked to JAX DevOps Speaker and Agile Delivery Consultant for OpenCredo Antonio Cobo about technical debt, how it grows "interest", and we can expect from his session at the upcoming JAX DevOps.
DevOps is many things to many people but the problem is that one cannot turbo-charge their DevOps efforts without knowing exactly where this movement is going. We talked with Daniel Bryant about the movements springing out of DevOps, what makes a good DevOps practitioner and more.
John Arundel, one of the Top 20 DevOps Influencers to follow in 2018, shares his thoughts on metrics for DevOps success, the meaning of DevOps tools and automation in a DevOps context.
Philipp Krenn, part of the infrastructure team and a developer advocate at Elastic shares his DevOps predictions for 2018, thoughts on containers, and challenges Docker should address.
Who are the most influential DevOps people in the Twittersphere? After analyzing thousands of accounts, we created a list of people that every DevOps enthusiast or pro should be following.
Michiel Rook, a Java/PHP/Scala consultant at FourScouts shares his DevOps predictions for 2018, thoughts on serverless vs. container-based cloud infrastructure, and the platform to watch in the coming year.
Tommy Tynjä, Senior Software Engineer and Continuous Delivery Consultant at Diabol AB shares his predictions for the development of DevOps in 2018, defines what makes a good DevOps practitioner and gives his opinion on containers and orchestration tools.
A significant chunk of DevOps rhetoric centers around “unicorn” companies like Netflix, Etsy, Facebook and many more. They are held up as the models enterprises should emulate. But what makes a place like Netflix so special? What does life inside a unicorn company look like? Is the famous Netflix culture deck true to life or just hype? Most importantly, what lessons can I take back to my employer?
In this talk, Mark Rendle, founder and CEO of RendleLabs will share the challenges he encountered when refactoring an ASP.NET/IIS monolith to composable polyglot Docker-hosted mini-services, the things he learned along the way and the benefits he gained.
As DevOps matures from craft, through trade, to a science, we are starting to work on distilling out how we can make DevOps’ implementation and the organizational transformation repeatable and predictable, across all kinds of environments. As part of that search, it is time to start looking at humanity’s other “operational” endeavors and see what is applicable to DevOps.