Microservices and IoT Panel
Buzzword alert: Microservices and IoT at a DevOps conference? What could
possibly go wrong?
In this Power Panel at DevOps Summit, moderated by Jason Bloomberg, president
of Intellyx, panelists Roberto Medrano, Executive Vice President at Akana;
Lori MacVittie,Evangelist for F5 Networks; and Troy Topnik, ActiveState’s
Technical Product Manager; will peel away the buzz and discuss the important
architectural principles behind implementing IoT solutions for the
enterprise. As remote IoT devices and sensors become increasingly
intelligent, they become part of our distributed cloud environment, and we
must architect and code accordingly. At the very least, you’ll have no
problem filling in your buzzword bingo cards.
Read the entire article at http://sdn.sys-con.com/node/3333794.
SOA World Magazine Becomes Microservices Journal
Even though it's now Microservices Journal, long-time fans of SOA World
Magazine can take comfort in the fact that the URL - soa.sys-con.com -
remains unchanged. And that's no mistake, as microservices are really nothing
more than a new and improved take on the Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)
best practices we struggled to hammer out over the last decade.
Skeptics, however, might say that this change is nothing more than an
exercise in buzzword-hopping. SOA is passé, and now that people are talking
about microservices instead, ... (more)
SYS-CON Media Ulitzer Author since February 2007
Jason Bloomberg, president of agile digital transformation analyst firm
Intellyx, has surpassed one million page views on the SYS-CON family of
online magazines, which includes Cloud Computing Journal, Internet of
Things Journal, Big Data Journal, SOA World Magazine, and several others.
His home page at SYS-CON can be found at JasonBloomberg.SYS-CON.com.
Bloomberg is also a regular contributor to Forbes and Wired. He writes on a
range of digital transformation, enterprise IT, and innovation topics.He is
also a frequent conference sp... (more)
The Challenge of Enterprise Batch Processing
Since the dawn of enterprise digital computing, managers have been looking to
computer operators to run batch data processing jobs. The goal: to generate
reports that the managers would use to make decisions on how to run their
companies or government agencies.
Today, those large binders filled with perforated pages striped in glorious
green and white may be long gone, but batch processing remains an important
tool in the modern IT executive’s tool belt. What has changed: the quantity
of data to process and the complexity of the jobs.
Career Relevance in the DevOps Age
What are some of the titles you can look for if you want to “do” DevOps?
If nobody can really say they’ve “been doing DevOps for years” what
qualifications can employers look for?
Are developers really suited to understand the operational needs and goals of
the business, as some experts recommend?
How do we get out of the cycle we see in many companies of blaming IT Ops
teams for slowing down releases? What part of that blame should Ops own?
With DevOps now "eating the world", as Intellyx principal analyst Jason
Bloomberg described in a recent F... (more)