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  • 42 Sentiments
    It is always an interesting exercise to reflect on what you have done in the past. And as an analyst a lot of what you do is very public, which makes this an even easier exercise. As I finish up here at RedMonk, I thought it would be good to ... read more
    Source: fryanPublished on 2018-04-27
  • 42 Sentiments
    It is always an interesting exercise to reflect on what you have done in the past. And as an analyst a lot of what you do is very public, which makes this an even easier exercise. As I finish up here at RedMonk, I thought it would be good to ... read more
    Source: fryanPublished on 2018-04-27
  • Cloud Foundry Summit – Scale, End Users and Business Outcomes
    TL; DR – Cloud Foundry continues to focus on end users. The end users are completely focused on business outcomes. We had the opportunity to attend the Cloud Foundry Summit in Boston last week. As always this was an interesting event, with a significant level of enterprise attendance from ... read more
    Source: fryanPublished on 2018-04-27
  • Cloud Foundry Summit – Scale, End Users and Business Outcomes
    TL; DR – Cloud Foundry continues to focus on end users. The end users are completely focused on business outcomes. We had the opportunity to attend the Cloud Foundry Summit in Boston last week. As always this was an interesting event, with a significant level of enterprise attendance from ... read more
    Source: fryanPublished on 2018-04-27
  • NVIDIA GTC 2018: Kubernetes, TensorFlow and as many GPUs as you can consume
    TL; DR: NVIDIA continue to focus on providing the software components to accelerate their hardware business. Operationalizing AI at scale is starting to look easier with Kubernetes support. NVIDIA’s annual GPU Technology Conference (GTC) was held last week in San Jose, and we had the opportunity to attend. As ... read more
    Source: fryanPublished on 2018-04-06
  • NVIDIA GTC 2018: Kubernetes, TensorFlow and as many GPUs as you can consume
    TL; DR: NVIDIA continue to focus on providing the software components to accelerate their hardware business. Operationalizing AI at scale is starting to look easier with Kubernetes support. NVIDIA’s annual GPU Technology Conference (GTC) was held last week in San Jose, and we had the opportunity to attend. As ... read more
    Source: fryanPublished on 2018-04-06
  • Who Contributes? An Analysis of CNCF Projects
    TL; DR: The vast of code contributions to each CNCF projects outside of Kubernetes come from a small subset of users and companies. While Kubernetes is by far the most well-known project to find at home at the Cloud Native Compute Foundation (CNCF), there are a variety of other projects ... read more
    Source: fryanPublished on 2018-04-03
  • Who Contributes? An Analysis of CNCF Projects
    TL; DR: The vast of code contributions to each CNCF projects outside of Kubernetes come from a small subset of users and companies. While Kubernetes is by far the most well-known project to find at home at the Cloud Native Compute Foundation (CNCF), there are a variety of other projects ... read more
    Source: fryanPublished on 2018-04-03
  • A Look at Unit Testing Frameworks
    Testing is perhaps the most frequently spoken about, but most often ignored aspect of software development. As we have noted before CI is the onramp to cloud native, and to be successful with CI you need to continuously improve your testing. The most basic level of testing that you ... read more
    Source: fryanPublished on 2018-03-26
  • A Look at Unit Testing Frameworks
    Testing is perhaps the most frequently spoken about, but most often ignored aspect of software development. As we have noted before CI is the onramp to cloud native, and to be successful with CI you need to continuously improve your testing. The most basic level of testing that you ... read more
    Source: fryanPublished on 2018-03-26
  • RedMonk Language Rankings Over Time
    Update: March 19th – there was a typo in our initial data scrape, and Python v’s PHP were in the wrong positions for 2018. Updated now. Following our twitter chat yesterday on the latest RedMonk Language Rankings I created a visualisation to highlight relative movements over time (large version). ... read more
    Source: fryanPublished on 2018-03-15
  • RedMonk Language Rankings Over Time
    Following our twitter chat yesterday on the latest RedMonk Language Rankings I created a visualisation to highlight relative movements over time (large version). For a more detailed discussion on the most recent rankings please refer to Stephen O’Grady’s write up. The most striking aspect is just how stable the ... read more
    Source: fryanPublished on 2018-03-15
  • A Look at HashiCorp Terraform Registry Usage
     TL; DR – AWS related modules dominate downloads from Terraform Registry, with a particular focus on Terraform modules for automating security groups. We have been observing the growth in usage of Terraform from HashiCorp over the last few years. As we have noted previously interest in all of HashiCorps projects ... read more
    Source: fryanPublished on 2018-02-19
  • A Look at HashiCorp Terraform Registry Usage
     TL; DR – AWS related modules dominate downloads from Terraform Registry, with a particular focus on Terraform modules for automating security groups. We have been observing the growth in usage of Terraform from HashiCorp over the last few years. As we have noted previously interest in all of HashiCorps projects ... read more
    Source: fryanPublished on 2018-02-19
  • Language Framework Popularity: A Look at Go
    TL: DR – Gin and Beego rule the roost for Go based web application frameworks, go-kit and micro are the most popular microservices toolkits. The dependence on single contributors is a concern for several frameworks. Framework: ‘a basic structure underlying a system, concept, or text.’ Since its initial launch ... read more
    Source: fryanPublished on 2018-02-07

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