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Evolution of Deployment Architecture at Buzzfeed

by Hrishikesh Barua Follow 3 Followers on  Jun 16, 2017 1

The Buzzfeed engineering team shared the story of how their deployment evolved from monolithic-app based deployments that took days to 150 deployments per day. They built an in-house tool called rig to leverage tools like Docker, AWS ECS and Jenkins to move to a service oriented architecture and a more collaborative engineering team.

DevOps Follow 102 Followers

How the Financial Industry Is Doing DevOps

by João Miranda Follow 2 Followers on  Jun 16, 2017 1

The second DevOps Enterprise Summit (DOES) Europe, once again held in London, brought together the DevOps enterprise community. The financial industry was well represented, giving the attendees a unique perspective on the challenges facing this heavily regulated industry and how DevOps is helping to address them.

Java Follow 137 Followers

Jake Wharton, Android Engineer at Square, Speaks to InfoQ at ETE

by Michael Redlich Follow 3 Followers on  Jun 09, 2017

Jake Wharton, Android engineer at Square, spoke to InfoQ at the 2017 Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise (ETE) Conference about his work at Square and his thoughts on reactive systems, RxJava, and Kotlin.

Cloud Follow 33 Followers

AWS Greengrass Runs Lambda Functions on IoT Devices

by Abel Avram Follow 4 Followers on  Jun 08, 2017

Amazon has made available AWS Greengrass, a solution that allows developers to run Lambda functions on IoT devices and enable devices to communicate to each other and the cloud.

DevOps Follow 102 Followers

Implementing DevOps at Barclays, Allianz and Disney: DOES17 London Day One Keynotes

by Daniel Bryant Follow 15 Followers on  Jun 07, 2017

At the London DevOps Enterprise Summit 2017 conference, the first morning of keynotes provided many takeaways for enterprise organisations looking to embrace DevOps and the principles of business agility, operational stability, and increased innovation.

Java Follow 137 Followers

Kiki Carter, Enterprise Architect at Lightbend, Speaks to InfoQ at ETE

by Michael Redlich Follow 3 Followers on  Jun 07, 2017

Kiki Carter, enterprise architect at Lightbend, spoke to InfoQ at the 2017 Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise (ETE) Conference about her thoughts on microservices, reactive systems, Scala vs. Java, and the SMACK stack.

Architecture & Design Follow 281 Followers

Stack Overflow Becomes HTTPS by Default

by Andrew Morgan Follow 0 Followers on  Jun 06, 2017

Nick Craver, architecture lead at StackOverflow, has published a blog announcing StackOverflow's migration to HTTPS. Some of the technical challenges along the way included supporting hundreds of domains, migrating URL’s, user generated content, and meeting the sites stringent performance requirements.

DevOps Follow 102 Followers

Puppet Releases Its 2017 State of DevOps Report

by Hrishikesh Barua Follow 3 Followers on  Jun 06, 2017

The Puppet State of DevOps Report 2017 shows that high-performing IT teams are deploying more frequently and recovering faster. There is more focus on automation, with loosely coupled architectures and teams facilitating continuous delivery. Transformational leadership and lean product management practices are also key drivers behind high performing teams.

DevOps Follow 102 Followers

Ocado Technology Releases “Kubermesh”, a Prototype Self-Provisioning Mesh Network Kubernetes Cluster

by Daniel Bryant Follow 15 Followers on  Jun 04, 2017

The Ocado Technology team has created Kubermesh, a prototype “bare-metal, self-hosted, self-healing, self-provisioning, partial-mesh network Kubernetes cluster”. Kubermesh can essentially be seen as the glue joining several technologies together to form a container deployment platform consisting of an OSPF3 partial-mesh network and a iPXE-booted self-installing Kubernetes deployment.

Development Follow 58 Followers

Atlassian Announces Bamboo 6.0 and Bitbucket Server 5.0

by Ben Linders Follow 7 Followers on  Jun 01, 2017

Atlassian annouced new versions of Bamboo and Bitbucket Server, two tools aimed to support DevOps in enterprises. New functionalities include configuration as code, enhanced build control, and build progress monitoring.

DevOps Follow 102 Followers

Building Starling Bank in the Cloud: Greg Hawkins Discusses Open Banking, DevOps and Hackathons

by Daniel Bryant Follow 15 Followers on  May 31, 2017

At QCon London, Greg Hawkins presented “Building and Trusting a Cloud Bank”in which he discussed how the Starling Bank team has created a UK Bank running on the AWS public cloud. InfoQ caught up with Hawkins at a recent StarlingDev Hackathon, and discussed Open Banking and PSD2, the challenges of legacy applications, and what the future holds for online banking.

DevOps Follow 102 Followers

Red Hat to Acquire Codenvy to Extend DevOps Tools Capability

by Helen Beal Follow 0 Followers on  May 31, 2017

Red Hat has announced the acquisition of Codenvy, an Agile and cloud-native tools provider. Financial terms of the deal are not being publicly disclosed.

DevOps Follow 102 Followers

DevOps and the Key to High Performance: Nicole Forsgren at the DevOps Enterprise Summit London

by Daniel Bryant Follow 15 Followers on  May 30, 2017

In preparation for the upcoming DevOps Enterprise Summit in London, InfoQ sat down with Dr Nicole Forsgren, CEO and chief scientist at DORA, and discussed the fundamentals of DevOps, the challenges of specifying organisational goals, and how to measure high performance.

Cloud Follow 33 Followers

AWS Lambda Support Added to AWS X-Ray Distributed Tracing Service

by Daniel Bryant Follow 15 Followers on  May 30, 2017

Following from the General Availability (GA) release of the AWS X-Ray distributed tracing service in April, Amazon has added AWS Lambda support for AWS X-Ray, enabling function invocations and associated metadata to be recorded, displayed graphically via the AWS Console, and analysed for debugging or fault resolution purposes.

Architecture & Design Follow 281 Followers

Microservices and Modularity

by Mark Little Follow 4 Followers on  May 29, 2017 3

Gene Hughson discusses how the reasons for choosing microservices are important and that he does not believe improved modularity is a valid reason. Furthermore, this applies equally well to the data architecture where he believes that a disciplined, monolithic team can maintain modularity in a monolithic data architecture.

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