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Why Segment Returned to a Monolith from Microservices

by Mark Little Follow 14 Followers on  Jul 15, 2018 4

Alexandra Noonan, from Segment, describes how they moved their original monolithic architecture to microservices and then found problems with that approach which required them to rethink and move back to a (different) monolithic architecture with far more appreciable benefits.

DevOps Follow 972 Followers

Shopify’s Journey to Kubernetes and PaaS: Niko Kurtti at QCon NY

by Daniel Bryant Follow 766 Followers on  Jul 01, 2018

At QCon New York, Niko Kurtti presented “Forced Evolution: Shopify’s Journey to Kubernetes”, and described the Shopify engineering team’s journey to building their own PaaS with Kubernetes as the foundation.

DevOps Follow 972 Followers

Q&A with the Creator of Dockly, a Console-Based UI for Managing Docker Containers

by Matt Campbell Follow 2 Followers on  Jun 08, 2018

Dockly is an open-source alternative to the Docker CLI, which helps you manage and monitor all your Docker containers from the command line. To get a better understanding of how Dockly improves working with Docker, InfoQ spoke with the developer behind Dockly, Liran Tal, about his experience building Dockly and creating terminal-based applications.

Culture & Methods Follow 800 Followers

Q&A with Stuart Davidson on Scaling Continuous Delivery at Skyscanner

by Rafiq Gemmail Follow 6 Followers on  Mar 30, 2018 1

Stuart Davidson spoke at QConLondon 2018 about Skyscanner's mission to get from a reactive operations model to providing teams with an empowering developer experience. Davidson told the story of how, with support and a lofty-goal from their CTO, they began on a technical and cultural journey to enable their squads to deliver 10 thousand times a day. InfoQ speaks with Davidson to learn more.

DevOps Follow 972 Followers

Jessica Kerr at QCon London on "Why DevOps is a Special Case of DevEx"

by Manuel Pais Follow 9 Followers on  Mar 15, 2018

Jessica Kerr, lead engineer at Atomist, presented her perspective on DevEx (Developer Experience) and how it relates to DevOps, at QCon London. She stressed that DevOps led to teams taking on accrued responsibilities (to be able to own and constantly improve their systems). To reduce cognitive load, we need better development tools that push down details on how systems get built and delivered.

Culture & Methods Follow 800 Followers

How Technical Practices Support Evolutionary Architecture and Continuous Delivery

by Ben Linders Follow 28 Followers on  Dec 21, 2017

Technical practices of XP such as TDD, Refactoring, CI and Pair Programming support emergent design and enable evolving your architecture. The first practice you need for continuous delivery is CI, committing to mainline every day. Being able to write clean, well-factored, and well-tested modular code is the most important skill for developers.

Architecture & Design Follow 2419 Followers

Service-Oriented Development: Rafael Schloming Shares Lessons Learned with Building Microservice

by Daniel Bryant Follow 766 Followers on  Nov 18, 2017

At QCon San Francisco, Rafael Schloming presented “Service Oriented Development”, and argued that an organisation migrating to microservices must seek to break up their monolithic development processes in addition to attempting to break up the system architecture. Treating newly formed microservice teams as internal “spinoffs” provides boundaries and encourages self-sufficiency and autonomy.

Culture & Methods Follow 800 Followers

Removing Friction in the Developer Experience: Adrian Trenaman Shares Experience from HBC at QCon NY

by Daniel Bryant Follow 766 Followers on  Jul 01, 2017

At QCon New York 2017 Adrian Trenaman presented “Removing Friction in the Developer Experience” in the new “Developer Experience: Level up Your Engineering Effectiveness” track. Key takeaways included: minimise the distance between “hello, world” and production; seek out and remove friction in your engineering process; and give freedom-of-choice and freedom-of-movement to your engineers.

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