Scott Carey

UK Group Editor

An experienced enterprise technology journalist, he is as comfortable writing analysis as he is hosting industry events and appearing on broadcast media. He has a keen interest in big IT and cloud vendors, deep knowledge of the SaaS market and digital transformation at some of the UK's biggest companies, and a contacts book that covers the industry from top to bottom. He has a diploma in magazine journalism from Cardiff University and appreciates sport, the media and travel, both personally and professionally.

The unwavering optimism of Tim O'Reilly

6 ways to secure buy-in for your devops journey

6 ways to secure buy-in for your devops journey

Devops leaders share their lessons learned from the front lines on how to get devops buy-in at large, legacy organisations

Rakuten frees itself of Hadoop investment in two years

Rakuten frees itself of Hadoop investment in two years

The U.S. arm of the Japanese e-commerce giant has moved away from Hadoop in a bid to cut hardware costs and ease the management of its estate

RBS automates away £7 million in manual server provisioning tasks

RBS automates away £7 million in manual server provisioning tasks

The UK banking group has saved up to £7 million (nearly $9 million) over less than two years by eliminating a whole host of manual server provisioning processes

Devops expert Gene Kim: How devops helps business meet challenging times

Devops expert Gene Kim: How devops helps business meet challenging times

Gene Kim, devops’ foremost advocate, expounds on the impact COVID-19 could have on devops practices and why devops expertise is still a hot commodity

What is Chaos Monkey? Chaos engineering explained

What is Chaos Monkey? Chaos engineering explained

By wreaking random havoc on your systems in production, Chaos Monkey teaches you how to make those systems stronger

IBM’s new CEO lays out his roadmap

IBM’s new CEO lays out his roadmap

At the virtual Think 2020 conference, CEO Arvind Krishna describes IBM's hybrid cloud ‘imperatives’

What is Google Cloud Anthos? Kubernetes everywhere

What is Google Cloud Anthos? Kubernetes everywhere

Google’s Anthos software promises a single, consistent way of managing Kubernetes workloads across on-prem and public cloud environments

Chef Infra 16 adds YAML recipe support

Chef Infra 16 adds YAML recipe support

Latest Chef introduces ‘low code’ YAML recipes, a slimmed down client, and a more straightforward and predictable method for creating custom resources

Google Cloud Anthos now available for AWS, with Azure to follow

Google Cloud Anthos now available for AWS, with Azure to follow

Google Cloud’s software for managing Kubernetes workloads across multiple on-prem and cloud environments reaches out to its biggest rivals

How developer teams went remote overnight

How developer teams went remote overnight

Some developer teams have always worked as remote, distributed teams, while others are learning on the fly—and fast

How developer teams went remote overnight

How developer teams went remote overnight

Some developer teams have always worked as remote, distributed teams, while others are learning on the fly — and fast. Here’s how companies are keeping their developers happy and productive under the cloud of COVID-19

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