Oracle announced that it will no longer supply free binary downloads for JDK releases. This means Oracle engineers will no longer write patches for OpenJDK bugs. Additionally, Oracle is now charging customers for Oracle JDK support.
Kubernetes is the container orchestration platform that has gained the most traction for deploying and managing containerized applications; however, managing these clusters is anything but a trivial task. To mitigate this many cloud providers such as Google’s GKE provide tooling in order to abstract cluster operations such as provisioning, scaling and upgrading. This is all well and good if on-premise/hybrid solutions are not in play.
The modern saying goes that “every company is a software company.” While maybe not in the strictest sense, most organizations do rely on applications, software, and infrastructure to ensure normal business operations. Read on to learn how modern development methodologies like Continuous Delivery (CD) can help to increase efficiency, lower costs, and shorten release cycles.
Atlanta’s software engineers and IT leaders came together at Shadow-Soft HQ on August 21st to hear Shadow-Soft’s John Ray and Portworx’s Kelley Osburn and Francois Martel talk through how to run stateful applications in Kubernetes.
Atlanta’s engineers, architects and IT leaders gathered at Roam Dunwoody on July 26th to hear Shadow-Soft’s John Ray and Derrick Sutherland talk through their CI/CD Automation Framework. Special thanks to Red Hat Ansible for sponsoring the event. Their support helped…