Date: Tuesday, December 4, 2018
Time: 1:00 pm ET/ 10:00 am PT
Redis is the perfect fit for microservices, distributed and cloud-agnostic applications in a containerized world. In today’s consumed-driven world, application performance is increasingly important. Redis, the open-source NoSQL database, is known for its linear scalability in performance; recent benchmarks show up to 50 million ops/sec. Redis Enterprise makes Redis highly available, multi-model (like search and graph) and makes scaling in the cloud, on-premises or in Kubernetes, seamless while reducing your TCO.
RECORDED EVENT: There have been incredible changes in the 4 years since XebiaLabs first released “The Manager’s Guide to Continuous Delivery.” In writing our new guide, “The IT Manager’s Guide to DevOps,” we spoke with dozens of leading companies around the world about their digital transformations.
In this webinar, we share the most surprising things we heard along the way – the challenges and victories, the trends and dead-ends that are essential for you to know for your own digital transformation (whether you’re on day one or day one-thousand).
Date: Wednesday, November 28, 2018
Time: 11:00am ET/ 8:00am PT
How do you know if an application is successful? By the level of engagement, usability, and rate of adoption. And guess what? None of that works without a modern UX—think swiping left and right, or a built-in chat, or less flashy features like common-sense functionality for menus. But implementing those modern features can create hard-coding nightmares, leaving your apps out of style, your users frustrated, and your business behind the competition.
Building a modern UX requires a modern approach, and in this webinar, we will explore how low-code helps you do exactly that. We’ll take a look at a new approach to UX-first delivery with low-code where iterations with users are highly compressed, and product teams gain new superpowers to deliver great experiences with limited resources.
Date: Tuesday, November 20, 2018
Time: 1:00 pm ET/ 10:00 am PT
Mastering large-scale software delivery will define the economic landscape of the 21st century, just as the mastery of mass production defined the landscape in the 20th. Unfortunately, business and technology leaders are woefully ill-equipped for the Age of Software because they are using management paradigms from past technological revolutions. While technologists adopting DevOps and Agile have already made the transition, the gap between modern technical practices and the business has only widened in the process. A new approach is needed.
During this webinar, Dr. Mik Kersten will present the Flow FrameworkTM – a new approach to software delivery that spans the language of the business with the language of technology and enables the transition from project to product.
WhiteSource’s first annual Open Source Security Vulnerability Management Report, based on a survey of 650 developers and an analysis of the largest database of aggregated open source vulnerabilities, presents the latest data and insights on the rise of open source vulnerabilities, how development teams are handling open source security, and the strategies and tools that they should adopt to efficiently manage open source vulnerabilities.
The ins and outs of open source security in one comprehensive guide.Download this joint report by Microsoft and WhiteSource in order to learn more about the difference in finding & fixing vulnerabilities in open source components opposed to proprietary code. How to grasp the unique challenges of open source security and how to tackle them, and best practices for managing your open source security risks.
Reinventing testing is an untapped opportunity to break through Agile velocity plateaus. Even if you’ve already done all the conventional things to accelerate your development process and you thought you reached a plateau, you can still increase velocity by shifting your attention to testing.
Scaled agile and DevOps change the game for software testing. It’s not just a matter of accelerating testing—it’s also about fundamentally altering the way that we measure quality. For Agile, we need to test faster and earlier. But DevOps demands a more deep-seated shift. The test outcomes required to drive a fully-automated release pipeline are dramatically different than the ones that most teams measure today.
This guide is an introduction to a new methodology called low-code digital factory. This methodology can be used by organizations to apply to their digital transformation from beginning to end. Low-code digital factory has been time-tested and proven by customers in almost every industry, it has the solutions OutSystems have created with their customers since 2001.
RECORDED EVENT: SAP Hybris is a B2B and B2C e-commerce platform used by large enterprise organizations to deliver rich omnichannel experiences to customers, from content management to personalization and order processing.
JRebel is a JVM plugin that speeds up the development of Java applications by skipping the time-consuming “ant all” scripts that Hybris developers run to compile their application. JRebel makes developers more productive since they can view code changes in real time, while preserving application state.
During this webinar, we will demonstrate how Hybris and JRebel work together to make your development environment more efficient. We will also discuss the value of using JRebel within Hybris as well as sharing several best practices on developing with Hybris.
With JRebel, developers don’t have to restart Hybris anymore!
Register for the webinar today!
Many companies have found success by implementing Agile practices into their development organizations. Yet these same companies often complain that when they try to ‘scale Agile’ into other departments, they’re not seeing the same success. Part of the reason is because the organization doesn’t quite yet understand how their assets flow, from the initial concept through to delivery. Read this eBook to learn how integrating all the tools used in the software design, development and delivery processes can give the information they need to successfully scale Agile throughout their organizations.
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Automation is helping organizations achieve greater velocity in software development, testing and delivery. Application Release Automation integrates and orchestrates all actions in the release pipeline, but it doesn’t trace products from ideation to operations and back. Value Stream Integration connects requirements, features, tests and trouble tickets, and flows the artifacts between the tools, giving organizations insights into the process and, ultimately, what value is being delivered.