The Continuous Delivery Foundation had a colocated event at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU 2019 in Barcelona and The New Stack was there to report it. The day featured some awesome sessions from different companies that are part of the founding team of the foundation. I was honored to be interviewed by B. Cameron Gain and that made it into his article on The New Stack.
At the Twistlock Cloud-Native Security Day, a co-located event at KubeCon 2019, I got to talk about what cheesecake and building apps have in common. As a developer you’re responsible for the security of your app. Security in this case should be seen in the broadest sense of the word, ranging from licenses to software packages. A chef creating cheesecake has similar challenges. The ingredients of a cheesecake are similar to the software packages a developer uses. The preparation is similar to the DevOps pipeline, and recipe is similar to the licenses for developers. Messing up any of those means you have a messy kitchen, or a data breach!
In this talk we’ll look at:
Why do we care about licenses?
How does Sec get into the early stages of DevSecOps?
Ever since I discovered Kubernetes, I’ve been looking at OpenFaaS to build and deploy serverless functions on top of it. So as I started building more and more functions to help the Developer Relations team at JFrog, I wanted to share how I use JFrog Artifactory and OpenFaaS together!
Today, Kubernetes is the defacto standard if you want to run container workloads in a production environment. As we set out to build our next generation of products, and run them smoothly in the cloud, we needed to move to Kubernetes too! In the process of building tools like KubeXray and GoCenter we learned a whole bunch. At the Amsterdam Kubernetes/Cloud-Native Meetup I presented a talk in which we walked through our lessons learned and how we’re running it at scale.
In this webinar, I got to chat with Rimas Mocevicius, the founder of HELM, on how to prepare and deploy your applications to Kubernetes and the challenges you might encounter moving your apps into Kubernetes.
As a developer advocate, I’m in the amazing position to talk to lots and lots of developers. Throughout those conversations I hear a lot of the same concerns popping up. Two of those being, “where did I deploy that microservice?” 😩 and “what is the API definition of that microservice again?“😟
Building multi-platform event-driven microservices and functions shouldn’t drive you mad, and if so, there should be a method to your madness! In this short webinar hosted by DZone, learn to build event-driven microservices and functions using Project Flogo.
With Project Flogo you can visually create Ultralight Edge Microservices and run them anywhere. But what if you want to run those incredibly light microservices using one of the most powerful container management platforms, Kubernetes? As described on the Kubernetes website Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.