Go is the right language for platforms interacting with other cloud technologies, such as dyrector.io. Find out what we've learned about error handling and other areas of the programming language on the rise.
DevOps is the art of constant technical and cultural improvements. Learn about tips and tricks from our DevOps experts to find out how to take the next step with your organization.
Hacktoberfest was an incredible learning experience to us and our community. Here's what we learned about how to communicate with open-source developers.
dyrector.io's value can be translated on the level of end-users, business and technology. This is a buzzword-free explanation of what the platform has to offer to everyone.
Internal Developer Platforms, or IDPs are the closest to a cheat code when it comes to DevOps. They bring tools and processes together to save you tons of time and headache. If you don't use one, you're missing out.
While they're similar in some ways, Products and Versions serve different needs. Creating a version for your product allows you to distribute and test different variants of your Products.
If you feel like you've got nothing to do as a DevOps Engineer, congratulations! That means you won the jackpot. Check our suggestions to occupy yourself if you can do anything on company time.
Internal Developer Platforms create an interface of collaboration and boost independency to simplify processes. Here's how your team can utilize them efficiently.
Don’t be fooled by marketers trying to sell you a buzzword – your business might never need cloud technologies. But how do you know if it’s time to invest in cloud migration or stick with on-premises servers?
As one of the biggest passenger information designers and manufacturers, Hanover Displays required DevOps services to keep their business applications secure and maintainable on the cloud. Find out how we helped them achieve that.
Understanding the efficiency of your DevOps processes is the first step towards improvement. Unfortunately, there's no industry standard to track DevOps metrics. In our blog post, we outline the most important things to look for and give one recommendation on how to measure them.
DevOps adoption is at least the same amount of cultural change in an organization as a technical one. Because of this, sometimes teams find it hard to complete the adjustments. Find out about the everyday habits that can get you to the next level of DevOps adoption.
While some aspects of DevOps and MLOps are very similar, there are substantial differences between the two methodologies. Alexandra Abbas, Machine Learning Engineer at Wise described the disparities between them ranging from CI/CD to measurement of performance.
Instead of hiring DevOps specialists, many companies decide to team up with DevOps-as-a-Service teams to reduce time and money spent on DevOps adoption. Find out what to expect from DevOps-as-a-Service providers.
Testing and validating the functionality of your product has become a significant part of software development. Two of the biggest mindsets of testing are shift left and shift right. But which one should you choose? Learn more about them to figure it out.
Continuous integration and delivery is a substantial practice of DevOps methodology, even though only 38% of companies working under it have adopted CI/CD pipelines by 2020. Find out how it impacts efficiency and what challenges it may bring.
Application complexity raises higher demand for precise software deployment processes. To avoid downtime and sort out dependencies, your Ops efforts should treat software deployments as top priority.
Projects can be messy. The more factors – I.e., stakeholders, technologies, etc. – are added to the equation – I.e., the project –, the more difficult it is to deliver the result, in our case, the software on time. Here’s how you can meet deadlines easier.
This year our crew attended one of the biggest tech conferences of the world, Web Summit for the first time to show investors how the dyrector.io release management platform can help software developer companies work more efficiently. In this post, we’ll summarize our experience so you can be prepared to an event you don’t want to miss out on.
Software development lifecycle is a hierarchic set of steps organizations can utilize to produce quality software time and cost efficiently. In this blogpost we introduce the stages of SDLC and detail how the dyrector.io release management platform can simplify the process.
Adopting DevOps is a bold journey. There are many dangers and pitfalls on the road ahead but one thing's for sure – it pays off big time. Find out what to expect from DevOps compared to the traditional IT approach in this blogpost.