This week I talk about why the K in KDE should still stand for "Kool", modern DevOps with Docker, and the future of open hardware. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to get our newest video uploads.
Is Docker production-ready? According to Avi Cavale, Docker not only is ready, his company already runs thousands of Docker containers in production per week.
Open source developers find themselves in a complex position that requires them to be experts not only in their technical field, but also in communication and collaboration.
We are entering the Renaissance of IT where we bridge the Middle Ages (the DotCom boom and rapid hardware improvement and software growth) and the modern history of Enterprise IT (proliferation of bring your own devices and cloud).
Penn Manor School District built better IT processes and a Linux programs for their students. Find out how DevOps principles like automation, iteration, and orchestration resonate strongly with their students and IT team.
There is no easy path to building trust between yourself and others. There is no gigantic easy button that you can push and–presto!–everyone trusts everyone else. However, there are always a few things you can to do improve your situation, and I would like to discuss one of them specifically.
By valuing learning, we create an organization where we no longer expect leaders to plan our way to greatness. Instead, leaders help foster and develop routines, test them in practice, recognize which don’t work, and reinforce those that do.
In truth, there'd be no DevOps without open source. There is a whole chain of events, dare I say a “perfect storm” of technologies and philosophies rising to prominence that rendered inevitable the rise of DevOps or something like it.
Is DevOps fundamentally about changing culture in an IT organization? That seemingly simple question is sometimes a topic of heated debate, even though, if one dig into the details, it’s more a debate about how to think about transformation rather than a debate about the end state.
I'm a big believer in stories, less of a believer in rhetorical questions. It's taken me a while, but I've learned to avoid the question, "What is DevOps?"