Managing storage for large, complex distributed containerised applications is a whole different game; industry insiders discuss how the options stack up
Design is all about applying the fundamental principles of engineering, believes Mark Wilson, in the latest in his ten-part series
A method should lead a project to the desired result without significant variation, with much of the thinking already been done for you, writes Mark Wilson
Coronavirus outbreak means Amsterdam event is postponed until the summer while Shanghai conference is cancelled
Not many people love documentation, but it's an essential element of any project. However, too much is just as bad as too little, warns Mark Wilson
GitLab's product management director on progressive delivery, feature flags and evidence gathering
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Getting a central view of everything you have, even when it is distributed, will help navigate threats and risks
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Steven Briggs, Head of DevOps, Hillside Technology, bet365's technology business, discusses his organisation's path towards implementing the DevOps culture
DevOps is all about change, and this summit is the perfect way to stay abreast of all the new developments
Jeff Mery, VP global solutions architects at Chef tells delegates at Computing's Cyber Security Live conference that treating everything as code helps traditional translation challenges between developers, infrastructure teams and security
DevOps is designed to bring developers and operations more closely together. Ahead of Cyber Security Live later this month, Nic Fearn asks: Can it also encompass security as well?
The longest-running DevOps awards in the industry is back. Is your project, start-up, DevOps transformation or development platform worthy of industry-wide recognition?
Allowing business owners to see how the technology stack works has helped break down barriers
'Willoughby-Hoye' python scripts produced different results depending on the operating systems on which they were run
'Psychological safety' the most important factor in successful teams, claims veteran technology team builder Tom Geraghty
A work culture in which failure is encouraged helps teams to experiment, work better together and will be more adaptable to change, argues Geraghty
Atlassian's re-worked performance-review scheme rates employees based on their performance in three different areas
The mainframe is here to stay because it does things better than other platforms in terms of transactions, efficiency, reliability, and security, says O'Malley
DevOps manager Chris Denton on a two-speed approach to software at the online insurer
IT Leaders talk about what's been holding up DevOps, and what's been driving it, at Computing's latest Dining Club
Lead DevOps engineer Ariane Gadd on building an Agile startup within the consultancy giant