Posts Tagged ‘development’

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Assess Your Red Hat Skills

Are you looking to advance your Red Hat technical skills but aren’t sure what courses to take? Assess your skills today with a free Red Hat Skills Assessment. There are 17 training assessments available for everything from Red Had Enterprise Linux and security to OpenShift and microservices. You can take an individual assessment to evaluate […]

Don’t Miss Out on DevOps World 2020

DevOps World by CloudBees brings together thought leaders, practitioners, project contributors, and the entire DevOps ecosystem into one global, virtual event. By attending, you’ll have the opportunity to learn, explore, and help transform the future of software development and delivery. The event takes place Sept. 22-24, with a day of hands-on workshops on Sept. 25. […]

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Considering Accessibility in Web Design: What You Can Do To Make Your Design Accessible

Since 1991, when the first website was introduced, websites have evolved from being purely content driven to becoming increasingly focused on their visual experience. While there is no argument that having a clean, cool, professional-looking, website is important it isn’t everything, especially when it comes to Accessibility. There is a popular misconception that implementing accessible […]

A Look at DevOps in 2020: Sonatype’s Community Survey

DevOps teams routinely deal with the most sensitive needs of an organization: security, governance, and compliance. However, not every organization is on the same page when it comes to DevOps, which can leave developers feeling overwhelmed and overworked. Sonatype recently released findings from its seventh annual DevOps Community Survey that examines the differences between mature […]

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Keep Your Fish Warm: Event-Driven Architecture on OpenShift

Typically, the idea of container orchestration is associated with DevOps, and while IT departments have quickly adopted the tech for OPS, the development part has been misunderstood and underrated. With the array of OpenShift tools at a developers’ disposal, it’s time to deliver on the premise of DevOps and bring power back to the developers. […]

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Application Modernization: Reviving a Technical Coding Challenge

Our Custom Development Solutions group has been working to revive our Tech Challenge coding competition culture and ultimately decided why re-invent the wheel? A lot of our client work is focused around application modernization, so why don’t we modernize an old Tech Challenge application?   Background In 2008, Bryan Dougherty, now our General Manager, created […]

Remote Development with Eclipse Che in OpenShift

During this unprecedented and fluid global health crisis, many enterprises are looking to move their on-site developers and even entire IT teams to a remote workforce. However, a large number may not be able to take their machines home with them. For others, they need to install and set up an entirely new laptop with […]

Integration is the Key to Successful Digital Transformation

In today’s ever-changing technology environment, enterprises need to adapt to change faster than ever before. By adopting modern software and updated processes, you will be able to transform your IT environments and deliver services better and faster than your competitors. Agile integration could be the solution. It combines three architectural capabilities – distributed integration, APIs, […]

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Tips for passing the Sitecore® 9.0 Certified Platform Associate Developer Exam

In order to prepare for the Sitecore 9.0 Certified Platform Associate Developer Exam I took the Sitecore Platform Essentials for Developers 9.0 Curriculum. This consists of 8 modules dedicated to each of the key aspects you need to learn about Sitecore in order to pass the exam successfully. There are also other ways to prepare […]

Join us for Red Hat Microservices Day in Dallas

What are microservices? It is an approach to application development in which a large application is built as a suite of modular components or services. The microservice architecture enables the rapid, frequent, and reliable delivery of large, complex applications. It also enables an organization to evolve its technology stack. Microservices are: Highly maintainable and testable […]

Debunking DevOps #6-Automation Deployment

This is the last blog in a series exploring some common DevOps misconceptions. Break past the myths to get the most from your DevOps strategy. Read myths #1, #2, #3, #4, and #5. Myth #6: Automation deployment clears your bottlenecks By adopting technical tools like Cloudbees Jenkins, the IT organization will be able to automate […]

Debunking DevOps #5- It Will Sell Itself

This is the fifth blog in a series exploring some common DevOps misconceptions. Break past the myths to get the most from your strategy. Read myths #1, #2, #3, and #4. Myth #5: The virtues of DevOps will sell itself to your IT organization The value of DevOps is clear, and new tools and processes […]

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