Month: February 2019

Machine Learning, Microservices, and Kubernetes

Machine Learning, Microservices, and Kubernetes Artificial intelligence and machine learning are expected to have a profound effect on DevOps as a way to harness the brain power of perhaps hundreds or even thousands of humans in a single system in the development and deployment pipeline. But, of course, computer and…
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Bitbucket Simplifies Building CI/CD Pipelines with Pipes

Bitbucket Simplifies Building CI/CD Pipelines with Pipes At the core of the concept behind continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) lies the idea that your code is always in a shippable state, but there often remains a hindrance — the act of taking that code from your repo to your…
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What Is the Difference Between Metrics and Events?

What Is the Difference Between Metrics and Events? InfluxData sponsored this post. We gather all types of data from our systems when we adopt monitoring technologies and tools. We might, for example, want to see application metrics, database logs and network traffic side-by-side. We don’t always talk about the differences…
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Control Cloud Costs with Organizational Alignment, Not Just Software

Control Cloud Costs with Organizational Alignment, Not Just Software Spending on public cloud computing continues to increase and with it interest in ways to control cloud budgets. Two recent studies show that changes in IT responsibility and coordination with other departments often determines how much of a problem “uncontrolled” cloud…
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Choose the Best WordPress Event Calendar Plugins

Choose the Best WordPress Event Calendar Plugins If you run a business where you regularly need to schedule and display events like seminars, webinars, parties, concerts etc, you’re going to need a reliable events calendar to consolidate and display all the relevant information for your business events into one useful…
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Red Hat Launches a Hub for Kubernetes Operators

Red Hat Launches a Hub for Kubernetes Operators Building on the momentum for the Kubernetes Operators, Red Hat has set up a public registry, OperatorHub.io, designed to make it easier for developers and admins to find pre-tested Operators for their applications. “The Operator hub is really designed to be the public…
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0-0x Vue & Vuex: Structure Your App With Centralized State Management

Vue & Vuex: Structure Your App With Centralized State Management Vue.js is the latest major SPA framework that has grown in popularity immensely, becoming a legitimate competitor to React and Angular. In part, this is because it combines—according to many—the best of both worlds. Simplicity is another key characteristic of…
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Using Perl to Display File Size

Using Perl to Display File Size We have seen that we can prompt for user input and we now expand upon this into something a little more practical. In this video we prompt for a filename and then return the name and size of the file Additionally you can find…
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How Monitoring Can Keep DevOps in the Feedback Loop

How Monitoring Can Keep DevOps in the Feedback Loop Raygun sponsored this article. Mark Henke Mark is a writer for Raygun.com and has spent over 10 years architecting systems that talk to other systems. He was doing DevOps before it was cool, and matching software to its business function. Every…
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Google’s CSP Config Management Handles Cluster Sprawl with Configuration-as-Code

Google’s CSP Config Management Handles Cluster Sprawl with Configuration-as-Code Last week, Google introduced Cloud Services Platform (CSP), its combination of Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), GKE On-Prem, and a new management tool called CSP Config Management, that brings a managed Kubernetes experience to the hybrid cloud. The platform allows enterprises that…
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Migrate from TravisCI to Codefresh

Migrate from TravisCI to Codefresh Kostis Kapelonis Kostis Kapelonis is a developer advocate at Codefresh, a continuous delivery platform build for Kubernetes and containers. Formerly a Software Engineer, Kostis has years of experience containerizing applications, building CI/CD pipelines, and developing Java applications. He lives in Greece and loves roller skating.…
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When On-Premise Serverless Beats the Cloud

When On-Premise Serverless Beats the Cloud Twistlock sponsored this post. When most people talk about serverless architecture, what first comes to mind are cloud-based services such as Lambda. In the cloud, serverless lets you run virtually unlimited numbers of functions on-demand, using a cost-efficient payment model. And yet. Not all serverless…
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NativeScript First Steps – New Course!

NativeScript First Steps – New Course! NativeScript – First Steps allows you to take first steps with NativeScript as a web developer and get you started to create truly native apps using HTML/CSS/JavaScript. Grab LIMITED TIME coupon access: https://ift.tt/2tIydJP

Ayesha Khanna on Alleviating the Fear of AI

Ayesha Khanna on Alleviating the Fear of AI In this episode of The New Stack Makers podcast, we talk with Dr. Ayesha Khanna, co-founder and CEO of ADDO AI, an artificial intelligence solutions firm and incubator. Forbes named her one of southeast Asia’s groundbreaking female entrepreneurs. Her bio is too extensive…
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Twenty Nineteen Teardown: Using the New WordPress Default Theme

Twenty Nineteen Teardown: Using the New WordPress Default Theme Twenty Nineteen is the latest WordPress default theme currently available and was included with the WordPress 5.0 release. It’s already proving pretty popular with over 800,000 active installations to date. It’s also also available to WordPress.com users too which bumps up the user base…
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15 Best jQuery Image Galleries

15 Best jQuery Image Galleries A lot of websites which sell some kind of product or services will have images or videos to showcase how good they are at their job. How you present your awesome work to prospective clients plays an important role in determining how your revenue grows…
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0-0x Can the Web Save the Internet of Things

Can the Web Save the Internet of Things IoT has failed to live up to its potential because it’s too complicated, requires too many esoteric skillsets, is too expensive and isn’t secure. Enough already! It’s time to use the open, proven, W3C technologies that we all understand. The world doesn’t…
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Use Hyper-Converged Infrastructure to Simplify IoT Projects at the Edge

Use Hyper-Converged Infrastructure to Simplify IoT Projects at the Edge Rohit Goyal Rohit Goyal is the principal product marketing manager for IoT and AI at Nutanix. Prior to Nutanix, Rohit worked at Stealth Mode Startup Company as a senior product marketing manager to improve the development and deployment of software…
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New Alcide Release Enhances Kubernetes, Istio Security

New Alcide Release Enhances Kubernetes, Istio Security Microservices security vendor Alcide’s latest release focuses on securing complex, multicluster Kubernetes and Istio deployments. Alcide sets itself apart with its DevOps focus on security, according to a report from 451 Research. It enables cloud native application developers to embed security policy as…
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How Feature Flagging Transforms Teams and Supports DevOps

How Feature Flagging Transforms Teams and Supports DevOps LaunchDarkly sponsored this post. Kim Harrison Kim is a content manager at LaunchDarkly. She works closely with developers and other teams who feature flag. Kim has worked with software companies in Silicon Valley for over five years. She likes helping teams get…
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