Posts Tagged ‘habitat’

Chef Habitat – The Key to Self-Driving Applications

One of the newest and most compelling technologies from Chef Software is a project known as Habitat. Much of the early messaging and use cases around Habitat have left some with the impression that it’s simply another way to build application containers. Habitat is in fact much more and could be quite disruptive in terms of how […]

Demand More – My Learnings from Sitecore Symposium 2016

The conference was a whirlwind of knowledge so much that there is no way to tell you all that I learned.  I will focus on 2 key messages I got from the sessions I attended, the keynotes and from talking to people at the events. Demand More The next Billionaire will be the one who […]

[C2I] Countdown to Ignition Day 6 – Helix, Habitat and SXA

I’m @stephentynes, the Sitecore Practice Director here at Perficient.  I get the joy of closing out this very cool blog series called [C2I] Countdown to Ignition.  You’ve heard from many of the minds involved in the creation of the Ignition framework including Jon, George, Corey and Chris as well as getting the marketer’s perspective from Rick. […]

Sitecore Chris’ Symposium Journal – Day 2

Lots of fun at the NishTech Event last night then back to the hotel bar for drinks and interesting conversations on Helix, Habitat and Ignition.   At the bar, Mike Reynolds asks what I wanted and @Sitecorey and I said Chocolate Milk. Mike rolled his eyes, this is a bar they don’t server that.  I […]