The Growing Need for an Event-Driven Architecture to Support Modern Business

The Growing Need for an Event-Driven Architecture to Support Modern Business. Businesses of all types increasingly find they must react faster across all operational areas. Specifically, they must make fast decisions as events are taking place.

Why OpenTelemetry Is the Future of Instrumentation

Today, companies are rapidly embracing open source in all aspects of software development; and the monitoring space is no different. Engineers have access to numerous tools to measure the performance of their stacks, and open source is at the heart of this tool explosion.

Intelligently Managing Risk: Multicloud Infrastructure Security

Intelligently Managing Risk: Multicloud Infrastructure Security. These tools for cloud security posture management, or CSPM, can help organizations intelligently manage risks associated with multicloud environments.

Getting Started with Typescript

JavaScript is an interpreted language, so developers seldom need to do anything but produce their files and have a web browser or similar interpret it. TypeScript has more components.

The New Multicloud: Serverless, Application Flows and Automation

Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is a style of software design where services are provided to the other components by application components, through a communication protocol over a network.

Pandemic Proves the Business Value of Rapid Analysis and Insight

Pandemic Proves the Business Value of Rapid Analysis and Insight in the Midst of a Data Revolution. COVID-19 highlights the need for innovative data processing technologies to make sense of companies’ massive data volumes.

Lightbend Survey: Cloud Native Is a Process, Not a Place

For IT leaders, cloud native isn’t so much a place or a thing — it’s something they do. It's what cloud computing enables customers to do differently.

The Future of Cloud Native Security Is Self-Healing

Self-Healing Is the Future By embedding appropriate security controls into the development process, that infrastructure can self-diagnose and self-heal — eliminating the all-too-common bottlenecks that limit the effectiveness of today's security programs.

How Microservices Developers in Financial Services Use Streaming

Using a microservices-based architecture offers the flexibility to add new data sources and use new analysis engines without rewriting entire applications.

What GDPR, Schrems 2 and the End of Privacy Shield Means to Your Kubernetes-Based Service

In essence, the Schrems 2 ruling means that U.S.-owned cloud providers such as Google, Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Microsoft Azure cannot be used to store data about European citizens without violating the GDPR.

How Design Impacts the Security of Cloud Native Applications – The New Stack

The 21st century is all about cloud native applications, but designing containerized applications or microservices is only the tip of the iceberg.

Is Cloud Waste Inevitable as Companies Move to the Cloud?

Cloud waste is proving to be a major obstacle for technical and business decision-makers. Public cloud adoption started with the idea of making employees more productive, agile and able to move faster.

Why Enterprises Need Continuous Intelligence

Why Enterprises Need Continuous Intelligence. Continuous intelligence transforms streaming data into streaming insights. Computing occurs continuously, with insights delivered in real-time driven by data.

Micro Webinar Series: Cybersecurity Policy and Implementation for the Intelligent Edge

Micro Webinar Series: Cybersecurity Policy and Implementation for the Intelligent Edge

A 2020 Guide to Computing on Amazon Web Services

In terms of compute services, Amazon EC2, AWS Fargate and AWS Lambda are the popular choices in the paradigms of IaaS, CaaS, and FaaS respectively.

What’s New in Cloud Native Open Source?

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) ecosystem is expanding so quickly, it’s hard to keep up with the latest developments.

How Pinball Machines Highlight the Importance of Chaos Engineering

Chaos Engineering and Predictability. Pinball machines have existed since the 1800s, first as highly mechanical games, later coin-operated and in the 1930s the games became electrified. ... Chaos Engineering is necessary because modern systems are chaotic and unpredictable.

Letting Change and Uncertainty Advance Your Software Architecture

Letting change and uncertainty advance your software architecture. Change is a constant in technology and software. Being prepared to adapt in the face of change requires thinking about change as a driver in everything you do. Learn how to think like a product manager, keep your head up, and adapt to new situations.

Data Center and Cloud Environments for Next-Generation Data Stacks

Cisco/AppDynamics' Shrey Parekh and Whitney Satin on how data center, cloud environments are changing to accommodate next-gen application and data stacks.

The Future of Ops Careers

In the future, people who would formerly have called themselves “operations engineers” (or devops engineers) will get to choose between a role that emphasizes building infrastructure software as a service and a role that uses their infrastructure expertise to help teams of engineers ship software more effectively and ...