Month: July 2018

Docker Makes It Easy for a Developer to Build and Deploy Apps

Docker Makes It Easy for a Developer to Build and Deploy Apps Recently, Docker announced the new version of Docker for Mac and Docker for Windows that enables a developer to create an app and run it in production under a minute, using templates. Now building and deploying an app…
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Using the win_dsc Module in Ansible

Using the win_dsc Module in Ansible Hello, and welcome to another Getting Started with Ansible + Windows post! In this article we’ll be exploring what Desired State Configuration is, why it’s useful, and how to utilize it with Ansible to manage your Windows nodes. What is DSC? So what exactly…
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Serverless and Workflows: The Present and the Future

Serverless and Workflows: The Present and the Future Dmitri Zimine Dmitri Zimine is a founder and CTO of StackStorm — a DevOps-inspired open source event-driven automation platform. In the past Dmitri was leading teams, designing and building software for Cloud and DataCenter, including VMWare vSphere, Opalis Integration Server (now Microsoft…
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Serverless and Workflows: The Present and the Future

Serverless and Workflows: The Present and the Future Dmitri Zimine Dmitri Zimine is a founder and CTO of StackStorm — a DevOps-inspired open source event-driven automation platform. In the past Dmitri was leading teams, designing and building software for Cloud and DataCenter, including VMWare vSphere, Opalis Integration Server (now Microsoft…
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0-0x Python Generators

Python Generators Generators were a compelling feature when added to Python 2.2 in seventeen years ago with PEP-255. When they were enhanced to become coroutines with PEP-342, they gained additional capabilities for modelling common problems. But, surprisingly, we don’t often see generators discussed as a core tool in the data…
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The Case for Simple (But Not Too Simple) Automated Environments

The Case for Simple (But Not Too Simple) Automated Environments Mesosphere sponsored this post. Daniel Riedel Daniel Riedel is the CEO of New Context, an innovator in data security for highly regulated industries. He’s a trusted authority in data security for the industrial internet, speaking before the U.S. Senate Committee on…
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CNCF’s Cloud-Native Stack Gets a Private Container Registry from VMware

CNCF’s Cloud-Native Stack Gets a Private Container Registry from VMware The Cloud Native Computing Foundation has taken on VMware’s Harbor container registry as a Sandbox-level hosted project. Harbor is a registry for storing container images. For container management, the software also offers security and compliance support for user management, vulnerability checking, access…
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Take Our Survey on Serverless Technologies

Take Our Survey on Serverless Technologies Experts and visionaries in distributed systems believe serverless technologies are the next evolution of application infrastructure beyond microservices. Is your organization using or evaluating serverless technologies? Helping developers, DevOps, IT ops and business managers assess the state of the serverless ecosystem is the goal…
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Jigsaw and Netlify

Jigsaw and Netlify Jigsaw is a static site generator for Laravel Developers by Tighten. Over the weekend Laravel News podcast host, Michael Dyrynda (@michaeldyrynda) shared a screencast about setting up Jigsaw on Netlify in about ten minutes. Visit Laravel News for the full post. The post Jigsaw and Netlify appeared…
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Cocktails and Dreams: A Programming Layer for the Cloud

Cocktails and Dreams: A Programming Layer for the Cloud Marc Holmes, CMO, Pulumi Marc Holmes is CMO of Pulumi, a Seattle startup that is reimagining the way teams build cloud software. Prior to Pulumi, Marc has held leadership roles in a variety of developer tools and platforms companies including Chef,…
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10 Best iOS Map App Templates

10 Best iOS Map App Templates Any sort of app that involves getting your users from one place to another needs good map integration. Here are the 10 best iOS app templates with map integration to be found at CodeCanyon.  Whether you’re interested in building a store, restaurant or city…
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Continuous Delivery Stuck in Second Gear? Focus on Speed, Not Scripting

Continuous Delivery Stuck in Second Gear? Focus on Speed, Not Scripting Jyoti Bansal Jyoti Bansal is the CEO & co-founder of Harness, CEO & founder of BIG Labs – a startup studio, and co-founder of venture capital firm Unusual.vc. Formerly, he was founder & CEO of AppDynamics, which was acquired…
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Red Hat’s Chief Architect of Cloud Development Talks Traffic Management

Red Hat’s Chief Architect of Cloud Development Talks Traffic Management  We caught up with Christian Posta is the Chief Architect for Cloud Development at Red Hat, at OSCON to chat about the next big problem Kubernetes adopters will face once they’ve gotten their systems containerized. That problem is traffic management, and…
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0-0x PWA and Offline Development

PWA and Offline Development There is a lot of talk about Progressive Web Apps at the moment. It is a hot topic in the JavaScript community. In this talk, we will briefly explore what a PWA is and how to build one. We will look at the benefits of PWA’s…
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Serverless, the Company, Adds Tooling for Its Namesake Technology

Serverless, the Company, Adds Tooling for Its Namesake Technology The rate at which enterprises are embracing serverless architecture has been surprising, according to Austen Collins, founder and CEO of Serverless, Inc. The San Francisco-based startup, founded in 2015, its announcing Serverless Platform, build around the open source Serverless Framework. Demand…
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Serverless Testing in Production

Serverless Testing in Production The still-maturing ecosystem of serverless means that there is not a range of tools available for specific aspects of application deployment within this infrastructure style. But also, the nature of serverless as an events-driven architecture — where cloud providers or others are responsible for autoscaling and…
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Introduction to TOML Configuration in PHP

Introduction to TOML Configuration in PHP News / July 30, 2018 Introduction to TOML Configuration in PHP TOML is a configuration file format language that is intended to be minimal and easy to read. TOML stands for “Tom’s Obvious, Minimal Language,” which refers to the creator Tom Preston-Werner. I first…
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Kotlin Reactive Programming With RxJava and RxKotlin

Kotlin Reactive Programming With RxJava and RxKotlin Since becoming an officially supported language for Android development, Kotlin has rapidly grown in popularity amongst Android developers, with Google reporting a 6x increase in the applications that are created using Kotlin. If you’ve previously used RxJava or RxAndroid and want to make…
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Learn About Android Activities in Our New Course

Learn About Android Activities in Our New Course If you want to develop Android apps, you need to understand how to create and use Activities. Our new course, Android Fundamentals: Activities, is the perfect introduction to this essential Android concept. What You’ll Learn In this course, Annapurna Agrawal will give…
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0-0x Ruby After 25 Years by the Creator of Ruby

Ruby After 25 Years by the Creator of Ruby Two things are apparent when watching Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto, creator of Ruby programming language, talk on the stage. First, that he will do anything he can to enable Ruby to survive and thrive and, second, that he’s thoroughly enjoying himself doing…
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