Why Jenkins still continuously serves developers

For an estimated 15 million developers, Jenkins is synonymous with countless iterations of collectible stickers of the iconic, non-assuming butler that have adorned their laptops all over the world. The butler is representative of the ubiquitous open source continuous integration (CI) technology that has quietly automated an endless set of Read more…

Introducing Heapothesys, an open source Java GC latency benchmark with predictable allocation rates

The Amazon Corretto team introduces the open source Heapothesys benchmark, a synthetic workload that simulates fundamental application characteristics that affect garbage collector (GC) latency. The benchmark creates and tests GC load scenarios defined by object allocation rates, heap occupancy, and JVM flags, then reports the resulting JVM pauses. OpenJDK developers Read more…

Announcing HashiCorp Cloud Engineering Certifications

The HashiCorp Cloud Engineering Certifications are designed to help technologists demonstrate their expertise with fundamental capabilities needed in today’s multi-cloud world. Organizations of all sizes have embraced cloud technology and are adopting a cloud operating model for their application workloads. This new model of computing is inherently multi-cloud and driven Read more…

config-lint: Up and Running

config-lint: Up and Running How to leverage config-lint to validate JSON and YAML based configurations. Configuration Validation with config-lint Stelligent config-lint is an open source command line tool to lint configuration file in a variety of formats, including JSON, YAML, Terraform, and Kubernetes. Config-lint offers a lightweight method to provide Read more…