Cloud-native development is a solution to the digital business problem of competing in markets in which delivering customer-centric application experiences at increasing speed is table stakes. Here are six sessions at KubeCon 2018 (December 10–13, 2018) that address crucial technical challenges for dev organizations doing or moving into cloud-native development with Kubernetes.
Industry analysts say you must begin delivering cloud-native offerings. In this article, we talked to Gartner analyst Craig Lowery about adopting and practicing cloud-native development and had IBM Senior Technical Staff Member Van Staub do a practical demonstration on modernizing critical business applications.
Microservice-based architectures and DevOps methods for app development are central to using the cloud-native model. In leveraging cloud technologies to rapidly deliver new and updated user experiences that advance core business requirements and strategies, the main goal is to remain focused on customer needs.
CISOs are notoriously risk-averse and compliance-focused, providing policies for IT and App Dev to enforce. In contrast, serving business outcomes, app dev leaders want to eliminate DevOps friction wherever possible in continuous integration and development of applications within a cloud native, microservices architecture. What approach satisfies those conflicting demands while accomplishing the end goal: scale security?
Adopting a container-based platform is the primary way development teams are streamlining their work and implementing secure DevOps. Pulling down a publicly available container image saves a lot of image preparation time. Automated toolchains also enable teams to develop and deploy innovative new apps more quickly, delivering frequent updates to customers. Safeguarding data associated with those […]
Watch a demo on how to leverage Sematext and IBM Cloud Container Service for faster, more efficient DevOps. Sematext offers the platform that eliminates the chasm between performance monitoring and logs while IBM Cloud Container Service builds on Kubernetes for advanced capabilities. This enables DevOps and modernizing traditional apps, as well as simplifying security, scale and infrastructure management. This demo will take you through the whole process […]
As application development teams adopt a cloud native model, they use container platforms to deploy apps as independent but interoperable microservices within a broad microservices architecture. Being portable, easily duplicated and scaled, containers promote DevOps efficiencies that free developers to focus more on creating value for end users. Almost 85% of professionals in an Intel Security survey reported […]