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Anders Wallgren

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It’s hard to believe that DevOps Enterprise Summit San Francisco 2016 (DOES16) ended just a few short weeks ago. The event was a monumental success with more than 1,300 attendees, 86 speakers, 72 sessions and six DevOps Workshops that were new additions to this year’s schedule. DevOps luminaries representing a variety of industries – from airline to retail to financial services – shared their experience reports and real world DevOps implementation examples over three packed days. This resulted in a multitude of knowledge sharing and collaborative learning that attendees brought home with them to help foster DevOps adoption in the enterprise. While there was plenty of buzz happening at the conference, there was just as much of a buzz happening online as well. Leading up to, during, and after the show, numerous media outlets covered the top stories, highlights and tren... (more)

Microservices design: Get scale, availability right

At Electric Cloud, we’re seeing an almost exponential growth in our customers’ interest in microservices and containers, even though we’re still in the early days of their use. The promise of microservices is that you can divide and conquer the problem of a large application by breaking it down into its constituent services and what each one actually accomplishes. Each can be supported by an independent team. You get to the point where you can break the limits on productivity that Fred Brooks described in his book, The Mythical Man-month. Aside from being able to throw more peop... (more)

Safely Deploy Microservices and Containers at Scale with ElectricFlow

Microservices and container adoption promises an ideal where everything is a microservice packaged in a container.  New functionality gets built quickly and delivered instantly across multiple clouds and environments.  Everyone will enjoy speed, flexibility, predictability, restful nights, and regular family meals because of a microservices architecture and container utilization. Then there’s the reality. We’re still in the very early days of the container lifecycle.  Tools are native to the container engine, which fragments development and deployment.  No one container engine... (more)

Weekly Top 10: Future DevOps

Welcome to another round-up of the latest news in DevOps, Agile and Continuous Delivery. This week’s news focus on DevOps’ rising adoption rates and how it will impact the future of business in any industry. In fact, some are calling DevOps a necessary skill to learn for a successful career in tech. Pretty soon there will be a time where people can’t recall a day without DevOps – and we are certainly excited to be a part of that future! Continue reading for more on the latest modern software delivery news and trends, and, as always, stay tuned to all the news coming from @Electr... (more)

Catch this Webinar: From Monoliths to Microservices – and Beyond!

As enterprises continue their DevOps journeys and strive towards Continuous Delivery (CD), there is strong demand for solutions and tools that will improve software application development and delivery pipelines. In this quest for better software faster, Microservices have emerged as a solution to the limitations presented by monolithic legacy applications. With Microservices, teams have the opportunity to break free from being tied to monolithic-style single release cycles for any and all improvements or updates. This enables the scaling of teams and applications to meet speed an... (more)