When it can be described, it can be automated
Try fast, frequent and frugal experiments instead
Continuous Lifecycle For all its utility, serverless lacks unicorns and rainbows
No more unpatched servers, but alternative is hardly watertight
So many good reasons not to get with the program
Where to begin with born-to-be-scaled stuff
Red Hat Summit It's the anchovy pasta of Linux administration, it seems
Red Hat Summit Embrace, extend, errr, what was the other one again?
Build Planned dev deal tweak lets programmers keep 95 per cent of revenue
Swims hard in the direction of Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Amazon, etc
Are you having a giraffe?
Research You've got to use your time much more wisely if you want to stay employed
Devs: Talk to your friendly neighbourhood DBA
Secretive company talks up the need for open community
Rifling through riff: Another option that's not Amazon's Lambda
Enterprise Edition 2.0 focuses on K8s without the ops hires
What to do when a productivity app is anything but
But how to measure that? Your team is waiting
PureSec tries to make serverless less defenseless
Comment Are you a virtualization hater?
And you can’t spend EBITA in the grave...
Why pay for the firehose when you can make your own?
Container tech darling suits up for enterprise sales
Ooo, pretty colours. But what if the data or interpretation sucks?
SHOCK NEWS: Positive reinforcement gets results
The Dark Souls* of code-wrangling
Devs told to take responsibility by setting up authentication
Interview Ubiqube's CTO Hervé Guesdon talks to El Reg
Earth-shattering change to biz? You'll be the judge of that
Open source or Hotel California, there's something for everyone
Workload isolation is niche, but they're rather good at it
Architecting for change
Software developers Kant duck their responsibilities any more
They're bots, not freakin' Skynet
Social code site will let vendors peek at online store analytics