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Mar 
15, 
2022

ScrumBut – is it the solution?

When talking about successfully implementing software projects, Scrum as a framework paired with agile development is the current state of the art. You almost feel transported back to your teenage years, listening to schoolyard conversations about “the first time”. The comparison with agile development using Scrum isn’t so far-fetched. Everyone wants to do it, everyone says they do it, everyone seems to do it better than you - and yet, probably only 10 percent do it. And those who really do it, do they do it “right”?
Jan 
18, 
2021

XDR: The Next Generation of Endpoint Security

The history of endpoint security has gone through many stages. Yet, in 2021, our tools and processes are no longer necessarily appropriate to the threats. A new generation is needed to address current threats. One possible solution is XDR - Extended Detection and Response.
Mar 
31, 
2020

For a safer Kubernetes…

It’s rare nowadays to meet a developer that can manage without containers and Kubernetes, as container technology makes it much easier to work with microservices and in agile teams. Kubernetes has been a success story for the past five years and is now established as the standard tool for container orchestration.
Jun 
7, 
2019

Quickly develop secure applications

The digitalisation of business processes is increasingly bringing applications to the centre of the company’s activities. At the sametime, customers expect utmost ease of use and up-to-date functions. Applications must therefore always be updated as soon as possible. This leads to several release cycles per day. This speed, however, can also cause security policies to be violated. To prevent this, application security must be integrated via infrastructure as code in the CI/CD system.
Jan 
9, 
2019

Staying Alive: Patterns for failure management

Training for technical diving prepares you for situations in a high pressure environment where failures are unavoidable but also highly dangerous. It means surviving in a hostile environment with limited resources where the failure of individual components can trigger deadly failure cascades. A diver who can’t understand how to do proper post-accident analysis and who hasn’t learned to repeatedly survive through failure is a liability to themselves and to others. This talk uses the framework of technical SCUBA and rebreather diving to talk about patterns for failure management and how they can be applied in an engineering context.

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Behind the Tracks

 

Kubernetes Ecosystem

Docker, Kubernetes & Co

Microservices & Software Architecture

Maximize development productivity

Continuous Delivery & Automation

Build, test and deploy agile

Cloud Platforms & Serverless

Cloud-based & native apps

Monitoring, Traceability & Diagnostics

Handle the complexity of microservices applications

Security

DevSecOps for safer applications

Business & Company Culture

Radically optimize IT

Organizational Change

Overcome obstacles on the road to DevOps

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