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News | November 14, 2013
Over the years, OpenCredo’s projects have become increasingly tied to the public cloud. Our skills in delivering cloud infrastructure and cloud native applications have deepened and the range of cloud projects we are able to take on has grown. From enterprise cloud brokers to cloud platform migration in restricted compliance environments, our ability to deliver on the cloud is now a core component of our value proposition.
Drawing on over 6 years of practical experience from the OpenCredo team, you will explore worked examples and learn clear lessons in test automation and agile development. The workshop is ideal for members of development teams working to integrate testing, as well as product owners and business analysts who need a better way of communicating their business objectives. The results will be clearer requirements, faster test feedback, and increased confidence in software quality.
Join Daniel at O’RIELLY’s Software Architecture Conference 2016 for his talk ” A Practical Guide for Continuous Delivery with Containers.”
Taking place on the 8th and 9th of June in the heart of London at CodeNode, ContainerSched 2016 will focus on the current interest around both containers and schedulers, exploring the core technologies and associated areas of interest such as networking, storage and security.
News | February 18, 2016
For Team Leaders, Architects and Project Managers Working Within Software GOTO Conference Amsterdam is a practitioner-driven enterprise software development conference designed for team leads, architects, and project management and is organised “for developers by developers”. As software developers and architects ourselves, we wanted to craft the ultimate conference. With a 360 degree perspective, GOTO conferences always present new […]
January 8, 2016 | Microservices
Many of our clients are in the process of investigating or implementing ‘microservices’, and a popular question we often get asked is “what’s the most common mistake you see when moving towards a microservice architecture?”. We’ve seen plenty of good things with this architectural pattern, but we have also seen a few recurring issues and anti-patterns, which I’m keen to share here.
In the rush to embrace DevOps, many organisations seek out tools to help them achieve DevOps nirvana; the magical tools that will unify Development and Operations, stop the infighting, and ensure collaboration. This search for tools to solve problems exists in many domains, but seems particularly prevalent in IT (it may be real, or a reflection of my exposure to IT). The temptation to embrace new tools as a panacea is high, because the problems in IT seem so pervasive and persistent.
October 16, 2015 | Software Consultancy
OpenCredo is helping Skillsmatter with the organisation of the inaugural ContainerSched conference, and we were last night in attendance at CodeNode, working our way to finalising the program alongside the Skillsmatter team. I’m pleased to say that the provisional lineup looks great (speaker acceptance emails are being sent out over the next few days), and so I wanted to share the details of some of the great content we have confirmed already.
September 13, 2015 | DevOps
Last week I was privileged to be able to present my “Thinking Fast and Slow with Software Development” talk at the inaugural Software Circus conference in Amsterdam. The conference was amazing, and I’ll write more about this later, but in this post I was keen to share the presentation slides and the thinking behind this talk…
August 16, 2015 | Kubernetes
Over the last few years there has been exponential growth in the interest of containers and schedulers – technology such as Docker, rkt, Mesos, and Kubernetes are now commonplace within the IT domain, and with the rise of microservices, these technologies are set to become even more popular. Skillsmatter are keen to drive forward the discussions and knowledge sharing within this area of technology, and have created a conference focused exclusively on containers and schedulers: ContainerSched!