datree.io Blog

Melony Qin
June 15, 2018

DevOps isn’t only a fun amalgam of two terms (developers and operations), it has its own culture within small organizations, startups, and digital factories where there is a high demand for efficient communication between teams, and agility and flexibility at both the development and operational level. Over the last several years, DevOps has been successfully implemented across top enterprises like Amex, Facebook, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Amazon and too many ... Read More

Roman Labunsky
May 22, 2018

Legacy code, that old piece of software no one  wants to touch, no one knows who wrote it and everyone’s afraid to replace it. Every developer has experienced  that gut wrenching feeling of having to dig into an old code component to extend it or fix a bug. Best case scenario it’s an obscure piece of code that’s responsible for a minor part of your product, worst case, it’s the core of your business.

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Eyar Zilberman
May 8, 2018

In English, we say too many cooks spoil the broth. And this maxim holds true in development, as well. If everyone leads in their own direction, no one is actually leading.

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Diego Tiziani
April 30, 2018

Over the last few months, we've received a lot of questions about serverless. Specifically, what we think about serverless, the problem that it solves, and why company culture and whether they have migrated to DevOps is a significant challenge in today’s industry.

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Roman Labunsky
April 23, 2018

There's a dizzying number of components available for building Node projects. Every type of task - from building a UI to unit testing - has multiple component solutions varying in features and complexity. For many of the most common tasks, there are several tools that stand out due to their utility, maturity, or popularity. We'll look at these tools and how they improve the Node landscape.

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Arthur Schmunk
April 11, 2018

Not so long ago, software development was similar to the world depicted in George Orwell’s 1984 - dominated by major vendors like IBM, Microsoft, SAP, Sun, and Oracle. Life was simpler back then. Most developers worked for governments or large enterprises. Senior management would pick a supplier, who would then provide nearly everything required. After all, nobody got fired for buying IBM. Those days are now a distant memory.

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Roman Labunsky
March 21, 2018

During this year’s AWS Summit TLV, I attended the GraphDB presentation on the innovation track. What made this session stand out was that the track was structured as an application creation tutorial.

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Shimon Tolts
March 13, 2018

Following my talk at the AWS Summit Tel-Aviv 2018, I'm sharing our end to end journey of migrating our production environment to ECS Fargate.

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Arthur Schmunk
March 13, 2018

The way we code is evolving. Gone are the days when development teams across the organization used a single stack for all services. Today, developers combine hundreds of code components, such as open source and proprietary packages, third party APIs and various Cloud-based technologies to piece together the final product.

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