2017 Product Roadmap

It’s a new year and that means even more features ahead. Here’s what we’ve heard from you and what’s top of mind for us in 2017.

Written by JP La Torre

Intern’s Guide to Creating Your First Laravel Application in Docker

Preface by JP La Torre, Co-Founder & CEO at Caylent – Our API is written in Laravel, and we run it in production using Docker. So naturally one of the first tasks we had for George, our new Summer intern, was to familiarize himself with Docker to understand more about our stack. He picked it […]

Written by JP La Torre

Top 4 of the Week of August 1st

Check out a developer and testers playground; the cloud sandboxes, not just a child’s play area. Read about how you can maximize your customer services by improving scalability and increasing your system’s reliability. Read Ben Golub’s insider take on the future trends for digital containers.

Written by JP La Torre

Top 4 of the Week of February 4th

Caylent Digest

Get in touch with everything you need to know about DevOps and security. Start monitoring your AWS spending today. Discover a multi-part series of blogs on ways to take software development up a notch. And follow a startup’s journey from bare metal servers to serverless cloud-based infrastructure.

Written by JP La Torre

Top 4 of the Week of January 28

Caylent Digest

What DevOps is. And isn’t. So we’ve argued in a previous blog that DevOps is a culture. Not a service or program, and especially not a toolkit; it is a philosophy to be embraced for the future. Therefore, the responsibility of your company becoming ‘DevOps’, and joining this movement should not fall onto the shoulders […]

Written by JP La Torre

How to Use Docker

This article is a great introduction to suggest some ways you can utilize Docker yourself without going mad and throwing all your applications at the program. The author provides several links to ideas to help simplify your architecture, a script for simple automated container upgrades, and tips to optimize deployment.

Written by Stefan Thorpe

The DevOps Myth: Just What is DevOps?

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DevOps should not and cannot exist in a vacuum. In order to be successful, it must be fully integrated across the organization and throughout the entire product lifecycle. The true magic of DevOps happens when you align development, operations, and IT teams in a cross-functional way. It’s often remarked that DevOps is not a role or a tool. This is true. It is a culture. DevOps, done correctly, is a collaborative effort between your whole team.

Written by JP La Torre

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