AWS’s annual conference may be less about builders than it used to be, but there were still plenty for developers to get their teeth into.
Stories by Scott Carey
Weave GitOps Enterprise aims to automate continuous application delivery and Kubernetes operations tasks at enterprise scale.
New AWS CEO Adam Selipsky fired off a barrage of new product announcements in his first AWS re:Invent keynote.
A new wave of start-ups is looking to help developers secure their containerised apps after they go into production. Is this the future of app security?
A growing number of forward-thinking enterprises across retail, banking, and the media have embraced an inner source culture. Here’s why.
The growing complexity of modern software systems is slowly killing software developers. How can they regain control?
The internet company is taking on AWS S3 with its new object storage option R2 by promising to help avoid costly outbound-data charges.
The no.3 cloud vendor continues its attempts to attract more enterprise customers and grow market share amid stiff competition from AWS and Azure.
The game changing container company is a shell of its former self. What happened to one of the hottest enterprise technology businesses of the cloud era?
What are the most important Kubernetes certifications and are they worth it? Here are four reasons to get certified, and four reasons to think better of it.
The beta release of TAP promises to abstract the complexity of Kubernetes for enterprise developers at all stages of their cloud-native journey.
Docker is changing its pricing plans, ending free Docker Desktop use for larger business customers and replacing its Free plan with a Personal plan.
Whether you are going for your CKAD, CKA, or CKS certification, these tips from recently certified professionals will help you pass the exam the first time.
The 10th State of Devops report by Puppet shows that the vast majority of businesses are still stuck in the mid-evolution phase.
NoSQL database specialist is making its managed Atlas service available on a serverless basis, with a host of updates to version 5.0 of its core product.