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They Sent 300 Employees to a DevOps Conference

Last year, I was able to attend 18 DevOps conferences. I saw some awesome presentations, met incredible people, and expanded my knowledge of the latest practices. While my role as the DevOps Advocate for Sonatype enables me to get out to all of these conferences, not everyone has the time, the budget, or the approval to get to even one event a year.

Container Considerations on Your DevOps Journey

Containers are things for your things. That is true in the development world too - containers are things for your software, and, like containers for your things, software containers can help you be organized, efficient, and secure.

Chris Morgan (@cmorgan_cloud), the Technical Director, OpenShift Partner Ecosystem at Red Hat, delivered a keynote at the 2016 All Day DevOps conference. Chris lives and breathes containers and recently discussed how they are transforming DevOps pipelines.

Red Hat Summit is a Quality Choice: Here's Why

As the person at Sonatype responsible for marketing and channels, my team and I frequently sponsor, attend, and speak at a wide variety of technology conferences.

Over the years, we've learned first hand that not all of them are created equal. Turth be told, there are infinite options to choose from, and it's difficult to determine which ones are worthwhile, and which ones are not.

In that sense, technology conferences are quite similar to open source software components.  There is an infinite volume and variety of options; but identifying the ones that will add the most value to your business is tricky.   

DevOps Intelligence Changes the Game

One of my favorite parts of the novel The Phoenix Project is when Bill Palmer, DevOps hero and VP of IT Operations for the fictional company “Parts Unlimited” has a light bulb moment about the central importance of IT to the business.

Promise Theory and DevOps

Mark Burgess (@markburgess_osl) is a theoretical physicist, but in his keynote at the 2016 All Day DevOps conference, he talked more about economics and human interactives than physics. What does either have to do as the keynote for a conference on DevOps?

Nexus 3.3 Delivers Free Next-Gen Repository Health Check and Git LFS Support

Sonatype is excited to announce the immediate availability of Nexus Repository 3.3 in OSS and Pro editions.  What’s in this latest release?  We’re glad you asked:

 

Next-Generation Repository Health Check

We first introduced Repository Health Check (RHC) in 2012.  Now, every day we analyze over 80,000 repositories and 50 million components for our Nexus users.

Nexus Firewall Grows with Support for PyPI

All Parts Are Not Created Equal

According to the recent DevSecOps Community survey, 80 - 90% of a modern application is assembled using open source and third party components.  This is true whether you develop in Java, .NET, Ruby, Python or any other language.  While these components dramatically improve the efficiency and velocity of development, they are often consumed without enough knowledge to underlying dependencies, license requirements, or potential security vulnerabilities.