David Barnes' Keynote auf der JAX 2016

Die neue Rolle des Software-Entwicklers

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Entwicklern werden heutzutage immer mehr Verantwortlichkeiten im Bereich „Operations“ übertragen. Gleichzeitig wollen Nutzer ständig neue Anwendungen. Kombiniert man diese beiden Tatsachen, stellt sich ganz deutlich heraus: Entwickler werden für Unternehmen immer wichtiger. In seiner Keynote auf der JAX 2016 sprach IBMs erster offizieller „Technology Evangelist“, David Barnes, über die neuen Internet-Technologien von IBM und zeigte, wie Cloud-basierte Services und Container eine großartige Unterstützung bei der Arbeit sein können.

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English abstract:
There are often disagreements on the precise definition of DevOps, but one thing is clear: developers are now becoming responsible for things that were once the job of Operations. At the same time, users are demanding new applications at a dizzying pace. Combined, these changes bring great news: developers are becoming more vital to the business than ever before. But, with great power comes great responsibility. How do we deal with these new operations tasks while still meeting the demands for new applications? The answer, as always, is for us to learn new skills and to choose the right technologies to help us. In this keynote, you’ll hear from David Barnes, the Program Director of Emerging Internet Technologies at IBM. David will demonstrate how you can use cloud based services and containers to abstract the complexity of operations so you can focus on what’s important to you: creating great applications.

david barnesAs IBM’s first official “Technology Evangelist,” David Barnes has spent more than two decades traveling the world, introducing people to new technologies like the World Wide Web, Web services and SOA, voice recognition, Web 2.0, big data, and IBM Watson. With a continued focus on next-generation technology innovation, David has managed the IBM Solutions Experience Lab in Austin, Texas, and the IBM Extreme Blue innovation laboratory, also in Austin. Today he is helping shape IBM’s strategic efforts around innovations in cloud computing, big data analytics, and other emerging technologies.
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