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Serverless Operations is Not a Solved Problem

by Chris Swan on  Oct 28, 2016

The emergent theme from day one of the Serverlessconf London 2016 was that far from being ‘NoOps’ Serverless platforms bring with them substantial operational challenges. The physical servers and virtual machines may have been abstracted away, but that doesn’t mean an end to infrastructure configuration; and developers ignore the implications of underlying persistence mechanisms at their peril.

Deis Helm Major Release Improves Kubernetes Usability

by John Okoro on  Oct 27, 2016

InfoQ recently interviewed Jason Hansen, chief architect at Deis, about a recent major release of Deis Helm. Deis builds open source tools that make using Kubernetes easier. The banner feature for the release is first-class support to upgrade Kubernetes releases in place. Helm now also provides the ability to define pre and post hooks that are called during install, upgrade, and deletion.

Wolfram Wants to Deliver “Computation Everywhere” with New Private Cloud

by Richard Seroter on  Oct 26, 2016

Wolfram, the software company behind computation-centric products like Mathematica and Wolfram|Alpha, shipped a new private cloud appliance targeting companies that want to centralize their computational efforts.

Oracle Cloud: the Future beyond the Headlines

by Elton Stoneman on  Oct 25, 2016 1

Oracle OpenWorld focused attention on the new Oracle Cloud Platform offerings - particularly in the IaaS space. Gartner selected AWS and Azure as leaders in IaaS, while Oracle didn't place in the latest Magic Quadrant. InfoQ spoke with AWS and Azure experts about the future of Oracle Cloud.

Netflix Engineer Lorin Hochstein on Chaos Monkey 2.0

by Rags Srinivas on  Oct 25, 2016

Netflix made waves when it initially announced Chaos Monkey, a tool that would terminate normally healthy VM instances in production. The goal was to embrace failure and thereby increase resiliency. Rags Srinivas caught up with Lorin Hochstein at Netflix regarding the recent upgrade to Chaos Monkey.

Chaos Monkey 2.0 Runs via Spinnaker

by Abel Avram on  Oct 24, 2016

Netflix has recently made available the source code of the Chaos Monkey 2.0. The latest iteration of the resilience tool is fully integrated with Spinnaker and event tracking systems, but the SSH support has been removed.

QCon Awarded 10 Diversity Scholarships for QCon SF 2016

by Susan McIntosh on  Oct 24, 2016 2

QCon San Francisco has provided diversity scholarships to underrepresented groups in the technology community. The Conference is committed to encouraging diversity.

JAX London: Production Time Profiling Using Java Flight Recorder

by Monica Beckwith on  Oct 22, 2016 1

During JAX London 2016, Ola Westin of Oracle provided an insight into Java Mission Control.

Proposed Consolidation of JDK 10 OpenJDK Mercurial Repositories

by Michael Redlich on  Oct 21, 2016

Joe Darcy, JDK Engineer at Oracle, proposed a consolidation of the Mercurial (Hg) repositories for JDK 10 OpenJDK to a single repository that sparked a debate over scalability, performance, and other difficulties.

Using Cloud Sandboxes to “Shift Left” Testing within Production-Like Environments

by Daniel Bryant on  Oct 16, 2016

InfoQ recently sat down with Joan Wrabetz, CTO at Quali, and discussed the role ‘cloud sandboxes’ can take within the modern software development lifecycle (SDLC). Cloud sandboxes allow a user to create and publish replicas of infrastructure and application configurations for on-demand usage. The primary use cases for cloud sandboxes include development and quality assurance testing.

Security Insights into the LXD Container Hypervisor

by Hrishikesh Barua on  Oct 15, 2016

A presentation at the Linux security summit last month covered various issues and edge cases with container security in LXD, a container hypervisor from Canonical that uses Linux Containers (LXC) under the hood.

Achieving Cloud-Native Operability

by Ben Linders on  Oct 13, 2016

To drive operational maturity you need a microservices architecture, continuous delivery process, DevOps culture and platform automation. Together these four help you to transform your whole organization for achieving cloud-native operability to continuously deliver additional value to your customers.

Pivotal Releases Versions 1.3.8 and 1.4.1 of Spring Boot

by Michael Redlich on  Oct 10, 2016

Pivotal recently released multi-version updates of their Spring Boot project with version 1.3.8 and 1.4.1 featuring bug fixes and dependency upgrades. Version 1.4.1 is the first maintenance release since version 1.4.

Komand Principal Engineer Sean Kelly on Microservice Fallacies

by Mark Little on  Oct 09, 2016 2

Sean Kelly, a Principal Engineer at Komad, has written about his experiences around microservices and five "truths" which developers believe microservices will bring to their architectures, applications and teams, but which, in his view, are not always the case.

Continuous Delivery at Klaverblad Insurance

by Ben Linders on  Oct 07, 2016

Continuous delivery should be treated as an agile project as it is about automating your deployment. You have to speed up in small steps and gain trust by doing small deliveries and solve problems fast. The story about how Klaverblad insurance has implemented Agile, DevOps, continuous delivery, and microservices.

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