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Microservices, Monoliths, and Self-Contained Systems: Time to Break It Down By Josh Symonds Is your application too difficult to manage? Do changes take dozens of developers hundreds of hours to execute, and frequently result in downtime across all your site’s functions? It sounds like you have a monolith! A monolith is one of the three main software architectures that define most applications. Whether you’ve intentionally set out to create a monolith or not, it’s worth at least weighing the pros and cons of the different architectural approaches and deciding which one makes the most sense for your applications. The proper design pattern can save your organization time and money, and can make your engineers a whole lot happier. But how will you know which is right for you? Read on to figure out if a monolith, microservices, or self-contained system makes the most sen... (more)

Is NoOps the End of DevOps? | @DevOpsSummit #NoOps #DevOps #SDN #AI

Is NoOps the End of DevOps? Think Again By Jordan Bach Automation, a key pillar of the DevOps movement, frees IT operations to focus on higher-level work and collaborate with cross-functional teams. But what if your automation is so good that developers don’t need you anymore? Mike Gualtieri of Forrester Research coined the term NoOps in his controversial blog post “I don’t want DevOps. I want NoOps.” In the post, Gualtieri says, “NoOps means that application developers will never have to speak with an operations professional again.” During his time as a Cloud Architect at Netflix... (more)

Languages for 2017 | @DevOpsSummit @AppDynamics #DevOps #JavaScript

The Most Popular Programming Languages for 2017 By Jordan Bach It’s hard to believe that it’s already 2017. But with the new year comes new challenges, new opportunities—and, of course—new software projects. One of the most important questions beginner, intermediate, and advanced coders all have to answer before they begin their next project is which programming language to use. Instead of reaching for an old favorite, pause for a moment to consider the options. There are no perfect languages, so it’s important to take the time to understand the tradeoffs. When you decide on a la... (more)

The State of #DevOps Today | @DevOpsSummit #APM #SDN #AI #DevSecOps

The State of DevOps at the Start of 2017 By Reanna Miranda The word—or rather, the contraction—is simple: DevOps. But DevOps, which refers to the increased communication and collaboration between development and IT operations, is an ever-changing, sometimes complicated term. While “dev” and “ops” used to be siloed into separate philosophies, practices, tools, and work flows, they’re merging into one. The result? A more efficient, reliable process and product. Though the basics aren’t exactly new, the DevOps world is still trying to figure out how it will evolve and integrate into... (more)

Up-and-Coming Programming Languages | @DevOpsSummit #APM #DevOps

Five Up-and-Coming Programming Languages to Know About By Anand Akela Staying current in the programming field can sometimes make you feel like the Red Queen in “Alice Through the Looking-Glass.” She said, “It takes all the running you can do to keep in the same place. If you want to get somewhere else, you must run at least twice as fast as that!” You’re a master at Ruby on Rails? Great, but how are you with statistical analysis in R? Want to work at Google? Forget Python and start building channels in Go. Introduction to R You may be surprised to learn that R has been around sin... (more)