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As 2017 comes to a close, its time to get ready for whats expected next year in the mobile, cross-browsertesting, and devops landscape. Lets look at the following trends: In 2017, we saw tremendous adoption of agile methods such as ATDD and BDD.
Taking the time to attend a conference dedicated to containers and a specific platform such as the recent KubeCon + CloudNativeCon event signals whether an IT professional is part of an organization considering or already making a commitment to containers running on Kubernetes clusters. But a survey of 204 DevOps professionals attending the conference conducted by Platform9, a provider of managed Kubernetes services, shows what issues many organizations are wrestling with as they make this transition.
Tech predictions: Love them or hate them, they are a time-honored tradition, one that provides the opportunity to reflect on the year passed and prepare for the year ahead. 2017 was a good year for devsecopsthis year it evolved from a semi-obscure concept to a viable enterprise function.
Joyent, a unit of Samsung that provides cloud computing services, is teaming up with LunchBadger to deploy a serverless computing framework based on an event-driven architecture on top of Kubernetes clusters. LunchBadger CEO Al Tsang says the company has developed a shim framework that can support multiple open source serverless computing frameworks.
Microservices enabled by containers are about to radically transform how enterprise software is consumed, and one of the first examples is a major revision of integrated platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) environments developed by Informatica. Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services, unveiled today, is a redesigned implementation of the companys iPaaS software that makes it much simpler for IT organizations to only consume specific modular services rather than the entire iPaaS platform, says Ronen Schwartz, senior vice president and general manager, big data, cloud and data integration at Informatica.
Service meshes are the latest, greatest thing in the microservices and containers world. Lets take a look at what a service mesh is and how they are being used to improve microservices architectures.
Provisioning a Kubernetes cluster has become a lot easier in recent months, but the daily management of the platform still can be challenging. To make it simpler to manage a Kubernetes cluster, Canonical has teamed up with Rancher Labs to deliver a Cloud Native Platform due out in early 2018.
As IT organizations begin to deploy microservices at scale on Kubernetes clusters, many of them are discovering the need for a service mesh to more easily manage them. Buoyant, at the Kubecon + CloudNativeCon 2017 conference, unveiled what it describes as the first service mesh for Kubernetes clusters.