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Stop Turning DevOps Into The New Web 2.0

  • Published on 12 Jan, 2020 in

As freshly minted engineers in the early 2000s, many were eager to learn about everything in the software space, however the topic of “Web 2.0” often eluded the young cohort. Web 2.0 lacked a clear definition, there were often opposing voices in the form of a blog, or interview, claiming everything people knew about Web 2.0 was wrong. Pundits argued the “real” Web 2.0 was not a trivialised “thing the average Joe talked about” – rather, “it was a much subtler affair.” What typically followed was...

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Open Source: Between myth and reality

Where does open source software stand today? That is a question that many are asking, with opinions divided between preconceived ideas about the technology and proven deployments. By Yangqing Jia, President and Senior Fellow of Data Platform, Alibaba Cloud Intelligence.

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Want more out of DevOps? Think “less”

  • Published on 01 Dec, 2019 in

Too often, discussions around the challenges of DevOps boil down to collaboration and culture change. Those are certainly real problems to solve, but a focus on working together can obscure what might be holding DevOps back the most today: too many complex and overloaded toolchains. By Eric Brinkman, Director of Product, Dev Products, GitLab.

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Open source: Where are we now and where is it going?

Recently, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation - home to open source projects like Kubernetes - declared that Apple had joined the community as a premium member. The foundation is aimed at heavy users of open source technologies, such as AWS, Google and Microsoft, who want g to give back to the community. Clearly, open source is gaining in visibility and entering the mainstream, but why? By Stephan Fabel, Director of Product at Canonical - the publisher of Ubuntu.

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Focus on What Matters: Boosting the Productivity of Professional Developers

The culture of app development is changing rapidly. In today’s technology world, defined by the speed of change and fierce competition, time-to-market has become a key competitive advantage. Whereas app development with its various phases, from research to design to testing, used to constitute a lengthy project, today, businesses expect apps to be market-ready within weeks. This puts added pressure on developers and businesses as they need to build consumer-grade apps fast without incurring furt...

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Taking DevOps to the next level

  • Published on 11 Apr, 2019 in

Businesses will always strive for faster, bigger and better. It often makes sense to adopt software that can really move the needle on making those broad goals a reality – optimising systems, internal processes, and customer interactions. Every business has unique processes, so a one-size-fits-all approach won’t deliver the best results here. For this reason, numerous businesses are now building bespoke software applications – either internally or through suppliers. By Nick Ford, Chief Technolo...

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Cardinal Health Experiences Black Friday Every Day

CA World '15 DevOps, Agile Ops Theater: Louis Verzi, Manager, Java Platforms at Cardinal Health. Cardinal Health specializes in distribution of pharmaceuticals and medical products, serving more than 100,000 locations worldwide. To ensure the best customer experience possible for its mission critical applications, Cardinal Health takes the approach that every day is 'Black Friday' with quick detection and quick resolution. Over the past several years, Cardinal Health has used CA Application Performance Management to move from being reactive to application performance issues to proactively addressing issues before they impact the customer. In this session you will learn some of the steps and approaches they take to improve application performance across more than 100 different applications, including their e-commerce platform.

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