Go is the language of choice for a lot of (cloud-native) projects because it creates very streamlined binaries. We used to “vendor” in all dependencies, but with Go Modules we now have real dependency management. We’ll show you a few pipelines from code to production and see if Modules are that much better to make builds lightning quick and hassle-free.
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 many talks, you hear how everything is DevOps unicorns and rainbows, and you feel like you’re the last person on earth with “suboptimal” processes, tools and environment. But no despair, DevOps talks are like Instagram, hаve nothing to do with real life. In this talk, we’ll reveal the truth.
There are many challenges facing software development specifically when building and deploying new microservices as we try to do every day. Using Cloud-Native technologies we can navigate some of those risks, but not all of our development practices, especially security and compliance, have kept up with the speed in which the rest of our tech stack has evolved. In this presentation I cover how JFrog Xray helps you safely deploy your artifacts to production with full confidence.
No matter the metric, “serverless” is definitely gaining interest. It’s the dream of every developer, supplying the ability to deploy services in the cloud in no time, automatically scale them, enjoy automatic management by a cloud provider—and, most important, keep it all cost effective! How does this dream become a reality? At TIBCO NOW we recorded this session which covers what serverless is all about and the benefits of running your apps in a serverless environment.
Two weeks ago, I had the amazing opportunity to be at AirFrance/KLM in KLM’s Digital Studio to talk about Project Flogo and brainstorm on where they could use Flogo to improve and expand their digital footprint. The team was kind enough to share the recorded video on YouTube!
No matter the metric, serverless is definitely gaining interest. It’s the dream of every developer, supplying the ability to deploy services in the cloud in no time, automatically scale them, enjoy automagic management by a cloud provider—and, most important, keep it all cost effective! How does this dream become a reality?
This presentation covered what serverless is all about and the benefits of running your apps in the serverless environment. It covers the monoliths-microservices-functions progression and when, where, and why to use serverless architecture and how Project Flogo fits in to the overall picture
In today’s world everyone is building apps, most times those apps are event-driven and react to what happens around them. How do you take those apps to, let’s say, a Kubernetes cluster, or let them communicate between cloud and on-premises, and how can developers and non-developers work together using the same tools?
“Serverless” allows developers to focus on writing their code, and a cloud provider, like AWS, takes care of all the other bits. Building serverless apps means the developer doesn’t have to worry about server management, scaling, or high availability, a convenience that usually comes with the added benefit of lower operational cost. We’ll be showing how to use the Project Flogo lightweight integration engine and open source framework to deploy functions to AWS Lambda using SAM.
Companies must find a way to join both paths and view the transition to digital as a unified journey, with the end goal clearly defined, then utilize APIs to help them get there faster. The question then becomes, how can companies and developers leverage ESBs, APIs, and a Fast Data platform to cultivate innovation?
In my session at 19th Cloud Expo (Nov 2016), I explored this topic further, highlighting specific use cases and the true value that can be gained from the cloud and APIs in this quest