News Category: DevOps


ApacheCon North America and Apache Big Data take place May 9-13, 2016 in Vancouver, Canada.
Watch the livestream of ApacheCon North America and Apache Big Data May 9-13, 2016.

Watch Live Keynote From Hadoop Creator Doug Cutting at Apache Big Data Today

Apache: Big Data and ApacheCon take place this week, May 9 - 13, in Vancouver, B.C., and The Linux Foundation is streaming the keynotes live for those who can't attend. Apache: Big Data gathers the Apache projects, people and technologies working in Big Data and is the only event that brings...
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Real World Microservices: When Services Stop Playing Well and Start Getting Real

Microservices allow engineering teams to move quickly to grow a product… assuming they don’t get bogged down by the complexity of operating a distributed system. In this post, I’ll show you how some of the hardest operational problems in microservices—staging and canarying of deep services—can be...
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What Does DevOps 2.0 Look Like?

In 2008, Patrick Debois laid the foundations for DevOps at an Agile conference in Toronto.  He was trying to come up with a solution for the inherent conflicts between developers and system admins.   Both disciplines seemed to be at odds: developers wanted to release software more frequently, but...
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Integrating Docker Hub In Your Application Build Process

This tutorial will be the first in a series that will help you create continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) pipelines for your applications. CI/CD are vital in an Agile organization. We are going to discover how the addition of Docker tools in our toolkit can greatly improve application...
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Tech Spending Priorities to Shift with DevOps Transition

As software takes over the world and the DevOps transition intensifies, business units and the developers that create products for them will increasingly seize control of technology purchasing decisions from IT organizations, according to industry observers. While IT organizations won't completely...
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NEC/NetCracker’s NFV Platform Dives Into DevOps

Here at the TM Forum Live conference, NEC and Netcracker Technology today launched the Agile Virtual Platform (AVP), a sprawling network functions virtualization (NFV) platform designed to help service providers build and manage new services based on emerging virtualization technology. You could...
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Docker Security Scanning Now Available to Docker Cloud Users

Popular container technology provider Docker announced that its security scanning product, formerly codenamed project Nautilus, is now generally available. Aptly named Docker Security Scanning, the service provides detailed analysis of Docker application images hosted on the Docker Hub image...
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Getting Towards Real Sandbox Containers

Containers are all the rage right now. At the very core of containers are the same Linux primitives that are also used to create application sandboxes. The most common sandbox you may be familiar with is the Chrome sandbox. You can read in detail about the Chrome sandbox here:chromium.googlesource....
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What Are Microservices and Why Should You Use Them?

Traditionally, software developers created large, monolithic applications. The single monolith would encompass all the business activities for a single application. As the requirements of the application grew, so did the monolith. In this model, implementing an improved piece of business...
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Software is Eating the Ops World

One thing I've thought a lot about is how the role of the system administrator is changing. This reflection was prompted by a couple of things: one, I'm a co-chair for talks at one of the longest running system administration conferences, so I should probably think about this kind of thing...
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