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Red Hat: Adopting Cloud-Native Development Processes

With the growing popularity of the cloud, enterprises are looking for ways to adopt cloud-native development into their existing processes. New applications can be built using cloud models and services, microservices, autonomous development teams, agile and continuous development, and containers. However, it is time-consuming, costly, and inefficient to create new applications instead of learning to […]

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Join Perficient, Red Hat, and Microsoft for an ARO Workshop in Chicago

Azure Red Hat OpenShift (ARO) provides enterprises with a number of benefits, including the ability to iterate, deliver features, and reach your market faster than ever before. ARO is a fully managed Red Hat OpenShift service on Azure – jointly engineered, operated, and supported by Microsoft. Built upon a Kubernetes foundation and fully integrated into […]

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Host an ARO Workshop to Showcase Cloud-first Development

Azure Red Hat OpenShift (ARO) provides enterprises with a number of benefits, including the ability to simplify processes, focus on development, harness the power of DevOps, and reduce time to market. With ARO, you are able to iterate faster, deliver features quicker, and reach your market at a faster pace. ARO is a fully managed […]

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Resiliency – A Core Pillar of Any Business-Critical App in the Cloud

Cloud offers undeniable benefits when it comes to building cost-effective agile solutions. Enterprise-wide pushes to modernize application stacks have added fuel to cloud migration initiatives. As more and more monoliths are decomposed and redesigned using a distributed microservices architecture, the large portfolio of cloud-native services makes developing and deploying in the cloud faster and economical. […]

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The Inside Scoop on the Red Hat Technical Exchange North America

Four of our technical architects joined 1,900 other attendees at the Red Hat Technical Exchange North America in Orlando, Florida, Oct. 14-18. This is the first time the Technical Exchange has been open to Red Hat partners – historically, it was a Red Hat-only event.   The weeklong conference gave attendees a chance to network with Red Hat’s […]

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Machine Learning Models Have People Skills

I like seeing patterns across domains. Consider machine learning models and employees. Both models and people can be appraised. What is an employee appraisal? Employee “performance appraisal has three basic functions: (1) to provide adequate feedback to each person on his or her performance; (2) to serve as a basis for modifying or changing behavior […]

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Reducing App Development Build Time by 75% with Cloud

The following is the fifth blog in a series about why businesses are moving to the cloud to modernize and improve business performance. Thus far in this series, we’ve examined the state of cloud and how cloud enables innovation, including with a case study in cloud automation, with speed and agility. In this blog, we’ll […]

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The 411 on the Red Hat Learning Subscription

In order to effectively adopt new software, you need a knowledgeable team and a learning solution that is quick and prescriptive. The Red Hat Learning Subscription (RHLS) provides a deep dive into Red Hat technologies that can help make your organization more efficient.   Investing in additional training for your team will allow you to better […]

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Installing the IBM FileNet P8 Container Demo

Have you ever found yourself needing a development environment at 2 AM on a Wednesday morning? Well, maybe not, but if you have, and you are a FileNet P8 developer, or admin, you’re in luck. IBM has created an easy to spin up containerized implementation of P8. The instructions and code for installing it is […]

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Local Testing using Gremlin on Azure Cosmos DB Emulator

I was recently tasked with setting up a local database instance for testing a web application. The application uses a Gremlin graph database hosted on Azure Cosmos DB. The solution we decided on was using the Azure Cosmos DB Emulator with data populated by a script. Due to the low usage of Gremlin, there does […]

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DevOps: Terms to Know

If you’re not a developer or IT specialist, technical lingo can be very confusing. Business decision-makers know the outcomes the technology can provide, but they don’t always know what DevOps means, or why CI/CD is important. Here’s a list of key DevOps terms that you can refer back to during your enterprise’s digital transformation.  Containers: […]

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Moving to an Agile “New” Big Data Paradigm

A few years ago, I was in the middle of getting together a conceptual architectural document for a project that required very agile methodologies based on microservices and cross- functional teams. One of the key portions of the architecture involved Hadoop and Spark for both data storage and data processing for the delivery of data […]

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Perficient at THAT Conference

This past August 5th – 8th, a dozen and a half Perficient employees from across the country converged and attended THAT Conference in Wisconsin Dells, WI.  THAT Conference is branded as a “Summer Camp for Geeks”.  From the THAT Conference website, it is described as follows: “THAT Conference is the “Summer Camp for Geeks” that combines […]

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DevSecOps and Release Coordination

The Release Coordination Challenge Release Day.  There are few more terrifying words in the development team lexicon.  This is the moment of truth; will our efforts be for nothing or will we out eke out another production release?  And so many things can go wrong; have we missed critical requirements, did we failed to test […]

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How To Use The AWS API With S3 Buckets In Your Pen Test

Pen testers often need to stage payloads and other tools on servers outside of their own infrastructure.  In this post I’ll show you how to use the Amazon AWS command line interface (CLI) to dynamically create and manage S3 buckets that you can use in your own pen tests.  I’ll also show you how to […]

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FileNet P8 Domains, Object Stores, and Document Classes

I created three videos with instructions on how to create a domain, an object store, and a document class with associated property templates and choice lists. However, all of these tasks assume you’ve installed, configured, and deployed the Content Platform Engine (CPE). Future videos will demonstrate how to do that. In the meantime, if you […]

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The Benefits of Containers for Businesses

The following is the second blog in a series about software containers and Kubernetes, and their importance in modern application delivery. In our last blog in this series, we looked at what software containers are and their evolution over time. In this blog, we will examine the reasons that businesses are turning to containers and […]

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Container-Based CI/CD with CloudBees Core on Kubernetes

Getting to Know Jenkins CI/CD is an imperative for software development organizations in today’s multiplatform, multi-cloud world. As far as CI/CD platforms go, Jenkins was one of the first and remains one of the most popular options. Jenkins is lightweight, easy, and extensible. The multitude of plugins available make the platform endlessly customizable and adaptable […]

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Twilio Flex Powered by Perficient will be the Buzz at Signal 2019

If you are headed to sunny San Francisco next week for Twilio Signal 2019, get ready for an action-packed adventure of networking, learning and discussions. As you “explore the intersection of technology, innovation, and communications”, you’ll want to check out Perficient’s Visionary Booth (V1) in the expo hall. Our experts will showcase a custom dashboard […]

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Client-side Configuration in Your OpenShift or Kubernetes Pod

While preparing a workshop showcasing the power of OpenShift on Azure (ARO) to .NET Core-focused developers, we strived to align to the methodology of 12-Factor Applications. Specifically, rule number three – Configuration. Since an application is likely to vary between deployments (i.e.: developer environments, staging, production, QA, etc.), its configurations could be stored as constants […]

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