So about OpenWhisk progress. What’s up with serverless frameworks

So about OpenWhisk progress. What’s up with serverless frameworks

  It’s way too early to say whether OpenWhisk, IBM’s open source serverless implementation, will be a breakthrough success. But the project has a few new proof points in place that it didn’t just a couple of months ago that are worth noting. One of the key issues with any open source project seeking commercial […]

The race to own the pipeline. Atlassian ain’t playin–introducing DevOps Marketplace

The race to own the pipeline. Atlassian ain’t playin–introducing DevOps Marketplace

The play to become the standard industry backplane play for Pipelines and DevOps – integrating tools across the application lifecycle, ALM 2.0 if you like – is heating up. Atlassian launched DevOps Marketplace and the list of launch partners is impressively comprehensive. The vendors above represent a who’s who of modern dev and ops tooling […]

On process tool and people shelfware. How are we going to achieve escape velocity for modern software development?

On process tool and people shelfware. How are we going to achieve escape velocity for modern software development?

  I just got back from two days with HPE Software’s customer advisory board in Las Vegas. I come away all fired up yet also despairing, in almost equal measure. Fired up because large enterprises really do want to get better at developing software. They’re desperate to learn how to become more like Web companies, […]

Some things about HPE Software summit 2017. Number three will shock you.

Some things about HPE Software summit 2017. Number three will shock you.

I came to HPE Discover 2017 with fairly low expectations. I was there to talk to customers about their agile and DevOps transformations, rather than for the formal analyst program. In case you haven’t been following the news in September a newco will be formed in what HPE is calling a “spin merge” with Micro […]