The JHipster team has released JHipster 3.0 with new support for microservices, and with new options to generate a complete microservices architecture.
Version 2.0 of open source project Hygieia adds support for multiple teams and a corresponding consolidated view into a program-level dashboard, a Jenkins output publisher and a GitHub Webhook consumer. Hygieia integrates story tracking, repository, build, quality, deploy and monitoring tool widgets on a single-pane-of-glass HTML client that enables an easy access to important DevOps metrics.
In a recent blog post Henn Idan raised an issue that using Oracle Java in containers could be violating the Oracle licensing agreements. Is this an issue, or is it something that developers should be concerned about? InfoQ investigates.
Joyent's Triton Container Name Service is a free, automated DNS service which makes it easier for clients to locate services.
A group of engineers from Google, UCLA, and SpaceX are presenting the paper "Maglev: A Fast and Reliable Software Network Load Balancer" at the 13th USENIX Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation (NSDI '16) taking place this week. Maglev is Google’s network load balancer.
The world is naturally chaotic, and we should both plan for and test that our systems can handle this chaos, Rachel Reese claimed at the recent QCon London conference describing how Jet, an e-commerce company launched in July 2015, work with microservices and chaos engineering.
Axel Fontaine on the "Bootable App" pattern, a bare bones machine image for deploying immutable infrastructure to the cloud. This minimal image covers all layers of the stack, including OS kernel, libraries and runtime environment but still has a small footprint, reducing both image upload time and storage costs while also significantly reducing the attack surface on running instances.
Giant Swarm open-sources Mayu and Yochu, tools that aim to make it easier to provision CoreOS clusters on bare metal.
On 8th and 9th March, the jDays Conference was hosted in Gothenburg, Sweden, followed by an additional day of optional workshops. Currently in its third edition, jDays congregated forty speakers from several different countries, who covered a varied range of topics with a special emphasis in the Java language, methodologies and practices, and front-end technologies.
Operable.io announced Cog, a ChatOps platform that provides fine-grained access control, UNIX-like pipelining of commands and audit logging features.
Peter Thorngren, from Volvo Trucks, explains how the future world of smart trucks and autonomous transportation systems rely deeply on continuous delivery techniques like virtualization, test automation and continuous integration.
Today, the Eclipse Foundation announced the first release of the Eclipse Che next-generation web-based IDE. Read on to find out what it contains.
InfoQ's Rags Srinivas caught up with Bryan Cantrill a day after the Containers Summit at New York City and discussed all things containers from Solaris Zones to Docker.
Docker Cloud is a new service that aims to make it easier to work with Docker containers on multiple Clouds, developer Borja Burgos announced on Docker’s blog. The service aims to make it possible to build, ship, and run containers within the Docker ecosystem.
It has been announced that, OpenSSL, the popular cryptography library, has two significant flaws that require patching as soon as possible. The more dangerous of the two, DROWN, affects HTTPS usage on an estimated 11.5 million servers and is not limited to systems using OpenSSL.