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Kubernetes in the Enterprise
In 2022, Kubernetes has become a central component for containerized applications. And it is nowhere near its peak. In fact, based on our research, 94 percent of survey respondents believe that Kubernetes will be a bigger part of their system design over the next two to three years. With the expectations of Kubernetes becoming more entrenched into systems, what do the adoption and deployment methods look like compared to previous years?DZone's Kubernetes in the Enterprise Trend Report provides insights into how developers are leveraging Kubernetes in their organizations. It focuses on the evolution of Kubernetes beyond container orchestration, advancements in Kubernetes observability, Kubernetes in AI and ML, and more. Our goal for this Trend Report is to help inspire developers to leverage Kubernetes in their own organizations.
Low Code and No Code
As the adoption of no-code and low-code development solutions continues to grow, there comes many questions of its benefits, flexibility, and overall organizational role. Through the myriad of questions, there is one main theme in the benefit of its use: leveraging no-code and low-code practices for automation and speed to release.But what are the pain points that these solutions seek to address? What are the expected vs. realized benefits of adopting a no- or low-code solution? What are the current gaps that these solutions leave in development practices? This Trend Report provides expert perspectives to answer these questions. We present a historical perspective on no and low code, offer advice on how to migrate legacy applications to low code, dive into the challenges of securing no- and low-code environments, share insights into no- and low-code testing, discuss how low code is playing a major role in the democratization of software development, and more.
With the need for companies to deliver capabilities faster, it has become increasingly clear that DevOps is a practice that many enterprises must adopt (if they haven’t already). A strong CI/CD pipeline leads to a smoother release process, and a smoother release process decreases time to market.In DZone’s DevOps: CI/CD and Application Release Orchestration Trend Report, we provide insight into how CI/CD has revolutionized automated testing, offer advice on why an SRE is important to CI/CD, explore the differences between managed and self-hosted CI/CD, and much more. The goal of this Trend Report is to offer guidance to our global audience of DevOps Engineers, Automation Architects, and all those in between on how to best adopt DevOps practices to help scale the productivity of their teams.