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Microsoft Azure G-Series VMs are Generally Available

by Janakiram MSV on  Jan 26, 2015

Azure’s beefy, powerful G-series VM types are now available in East US 2 region.

Leveraging Nashorn at Netflix

by Matt Raible on  Jan 26, 2015 1

Netflix recently hosted the Silicon Valley Java User Group to talk about Nashorn, "The Hidden Weapon of JDK 8." In this presentation the Netflix Partner Tools team described how they’ve started leveraging JavaScript in their services.

Google Shares its Views on Containers

by João Miranda on  Jan 26, 2015

The Google Cloud Platform team started an article series to share its views on container, leveraging their 10-year experience on the technology. Google's first two articles provide an overview of the topic. They explain the rationale behind container clusters and their defining traits. Along the way, they show how it all applies to Kubernetes.

vCloud Air Gets Disaster Recovery, Pay-Per-Use and Advanced Networking Services

by Janakiram MSV on  Jan 25, 2015

VMware has announced the availability of enhanced disaster recovery, advanced networking services and on-demand pricing of its hybrid cloud platform.

AWS Release EC2 Auto Recovery Feature in US East Region

by Daniel Bryant on  Jan 22, 2015

AWS released a new EC2 auto recovery feature in the US East (N. Virgina) region, which is designed to increase instance availability by automatically recovering supported instances when a system impairment is detected.

Apache Flink 0.8.0 Released, Roadmap for 2015 Published

by Mikio Braun on  Jan 22, 2015

Apache Flink has released the version 0.8.0 of their project. Besides the usual performance, compatibility, and stability improvements, it has also added a streaming Scala API, where streaming capabilities had so far been missing. Apache Flink has also been promoted to the top-level of the Apache projects recently after joining the incubator roughly nine months ago.

DevOps Adoption in the Large Enterprise

by João Miranda on  Jan 22, 2015

CA Technologies recently published a study on the perceptions of 1,425 IT and line of business (LOB) executives on DevOps. It found that 88% of respondents have adopted (24%) or are considering adopting (64%) DevOps. The study focuses on the views of executives (e.g.: C-level, VPs, Directors) at organizations with revenues of at least $500M, bringing a different perspective on the subject.

DevOps and Auditing

by Grischa Ekart on  Jan 20, 2015

Audit processes are based on the traditional software development life cycle. Organisational DevOps skill can support auditing processes through collaboration and clear communication between DevOps personnel and the auditors. Software development and IT operations should be a proactive partner in the auditing process.

Kappa: Simplifying AWS Lambda Deployments

by Daniel Bryant on  Jan 15, 2015

Mitch Garnaat has created a command line tool named Kappa that facilitates the deployment of ‘Lambda functions’ to AWS Lambda, a compute service that runs code in response to events and automatically manages the associated compute resources.

Google on the Technical Debt of Machine Learning

by Mikio Braun on  Jan 15, 2015

A number of Google researchers and engineers presented their view on the technical debt of using machine learning at a NIPS workshop. They identified different aspects of technical debt and came to the conclusion that without proper care, using machine learning or complex data analysis in your company can induce new kinds of technical debt different from classical software engineering.

Service Discovery with Consul

by Carlos Sanchez on  Jan 13, 2015

HashiCorp Consul is a solution for service discovery and configuration, designed to run distributed, highly available and scalable to thousands of nodes.

Canonical Launches “Snappy” Ubuntu Core on Multiple Public Cloud Providers

by Daniel Bryant on  Jan 12, 2015

Canonical has released the beta version of “snappy” Ubuntu Core, a lightweight and cloud-optimised version of Ubuntu Linux, on Microsoft Azure, Google Compute Engine and Amazon Web Services.

QCon New York 2015 (Jun 8-12): Track Topics Announced

by Diana Baciu on  Jan 09, 2015

The 15 track topics have been finalized for the 4th annual QCon New York (Jun 8-12) including: Modern CS, Mobile, Fraud Detection, Streaming Data, Microservices, Modern Advances in Java Technology, Machine Learning, Architectures You've Always Wondered about and more. Register before Jan 17th and save $700.

Distributed, Fault Tolerant Transactions in NoSQL

by Benjamin Darfler on  Jan 08, 2015

Five years ago many NoSQL databases were pre version 1.0 and when, it came to the CAP tradeoff, choosing availability over consistency was in vogue. Fast forward to today and distributed, fault tolerant transactions are moving into the fore as a new round of NoSQL databases seek to redefine our NoSQL expectations.

QCon London 2015: Google, Netflix Keynotes Confirmed; Tutorials At-a-Glance (March 2-6, 2015)

by Nitin Bharti on  Jan 03, 2015

John Wilkes, ​Principal Software Engineer at Google and Roy Rapoport, Manager of Insight Engineering at Netflix have been confirmed to keynote at the 9th annual QCon London (Mar 2-6, 2015). All four keynotes, 65/100 speakers, and 13 tutorials are now confirmed, including 19 conference tracks. Register before Jan 26 and save £290.

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