Ray Tsang discusses using gRPC's streaming API to build sophisticated real-time applications, diving into integration with Maven, Gradle, Spring Boot and RxJava.
Alex Ley introduces Concourse, an open source pipeline based CI system that focuses on simplicity, usability and reproductibility, with isolated builds.
Dave Ehringer shares the experiences instating CI/CD at Liberty Mutual and the best practices they picked up along the way, using Cloud Foundry and Spring.
Michael Venezia discusses creating a container-friendly environment starting with CI/CD of container images, providing a roadmap to meet an organization's needs and fostering cooperation.
Peter Mounce discusses CD at JUST EAT, covering package contracts, feature toggling, team sizes and responsibility, AWS AutoScaling, ELB, CloudFormation, build scripts for server images, etc..
Susan Potter describes a toolchain and principles for defining infrastructure in code, versioned with the code, providing repeatable configuration, ephemeral testing and consistent CI/CD environments.
We're all aware that the industry is moving from Object-Orientation toward Functional Programming, but the move may be even deeper than that.
Justin Cormack talks about the Docker unikernels build, ship and run pipelines and how the changes they are seeing lead to unikernels in production.
Steve Smith compares and contrasts different types of Feature Branching and Trunk Based Development, and explains why Continuous Delivery without Continuous Integration is not working.
Cédric Champeau demonstrates how Gradle inherits from good practices like what Maven offered, but goes beyond by generalizing the concept and allowing to define conventions.
Hans Dockter discusses how to solve the challenges of standardization, dependency management, multi-language builds, and automatic build infrastructure provisioning.
R Tsang shows how to create a Java-based microservice using Spring Boot, containerize it using Maven plugins and deploy a fleet of microservices and dependent components such as Redis using Kubernetes