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  • If Twitter Doesn’t Have a Staging Environment, Should Anyone?

    With Twitter revealing they do not have a staging environment, how important is staging to delivering quality? When so many tasks are shifting to the developer these days and no one best developer approach fits all, how do dev teams determine the best developer methodology for them and their company?

  • Lessons Learned from Enterprise Usage of GitHub Actions

    GitHub Actions is an effective CI tool. However, integrating it into enterprise organizations can be challenging. This article looks at best practices for GitHub Actions in the enterprise.

  • Blue-Green Deployment from the Trenches

    Introducing blue-green deployments is often a beneficial improvement. However, with some architectures, it can be challenging to make the changes without impeding deployments. This article covers the challenges and lessons learned in implementing blue-green deployments in the real-world.

  • The Importance of Pipeline Quality Gates and How to Implement Them

    A quality gate is an enforced measure built into your pipeline that the software needs to meet before it can proceed. This article covers how to get the maximum benefit from quality gates. Making good use of quality gates not only can improve the quality of your software, but it can also improve your delivery speed.

  • Embracing Cloud-Native for Apache DolphinScheduler with Kubernetes: a Case Study

    This article shares how Apache DolphinScheduler was updated to use a more modern, cloud-native architecture. This includes moving to Kubernetes and integrating with Argo CD and Prometheus. This improves substantially the user experience of deploying, operating, and monitoring DolphinScheduler.

  • InfoQ Mobile and IoT Trends Report 2022

    This report summarizes the views of the InfoQ editorial team and of several practitioners from the software industry about emerging trends in a number of areas that we collectively label the mobile and IoT space. This is a rather heterogeneous space comprising devices and gadgets from smartphones to smart watches, from IoT appliances to smart glasses, voice-driven assistants, and so on.

  • Safe and Fast Deploys at Planet Scale

    At QCon Plus, Mathias Schwarz, a software engineer at Uber, presented safe and fast deploys at planet scale. Uber is a big business and has several different products. They are, in most cases, deployed to dozens or hundreds of markets all over the world.

  • Mobile DevSecOps Is the Road to Mobile Security

    In this article, I’ll discuss some of the most common security deficiencies in mobile apps and explain the potential risks to consumers, app developers, and brands, as well how to break the cycle of poor app security, using automated, rapid, continuous, and iterative deployment.

  • The Evolution of Distributed Systems on Kubernetes

    At QCon in March, Bilgin Ibryam, product manager at Red Hat, gave a talk on the evolution of distributed systems with Kubernetes. You might have an answer to that, and Ibryam has one too. At the end of the article, you will find out what he thinks the answer will be.

  • Cloud-Native Is about Culture, Not Containers

    At QCon London last year, Holly Cummins, innovation leader in IBM Corporate Strategy, provided a session titled: Cloud-Native is about Culture, not Containers. In this article, Cummins will discuss the role of culture in cloud-native architecture. Furthermore, she will dive into various topics around cloud-native ranging from its definition to CI/CD and operations.

  • How Teams Can Overcome the Security Challenges of Agile Web App Development

    Is the rapid pace of continuous rollouts making it too easy for your organization to cut corners when it comes to ensuring product source code is secure? You may need to reorient your team culture to adopt agile-friendly security processes. True collaboration between security and dev teams is the key to avoiding product vulnerabilities without compromising on your sprint cadence.

  • 2020 State of Testing Report

    The 2020 State of Testing report provides insights into the adoption of test techniques, practices, and test automation, and the challenges that testers are facing. It shares results from the 2020 testing survey organized by Joel Montvelisky from PractiTest, and Lalit Bhamare from Tea-Time with Testers.

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