DevOps Tools for Java Developers


Duration: 15 mins
Stephen Chin
Head of Developer Relations - JFrog, Inc.

With the rise of DevOps, low cost Cloud Computing, and emerging Container technologies, the landscape for how you approach development has dramatically changed. This talk is focused on helping Java developers to adapt to this new landscape and take advantage of microservices, serverless, and cloud-native technologies with the latest DevOps techniques to simplify their build and create hyperproductive teams. Some of the technologies you will learn about in this talk include source control, build declaration, CI/CD, package management, containerization, and security.

Learn from the combined experience of the presenters who are experts in the Java and DevOps domains on the best tools, technologies, and methodologies to build your next cloud-native application or refactor your monolith. We cover the entire DevOps toolchain from source control through CI/CD through containerized deployments with an emphasis on maintaining efficiency and control from the source code and dependencies.

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