Scott Carey

Managing Editor, News

Scott Carey is a Managing Editor for news across Foundry's five B2B brands—Computerworld, CIO, CSO, Network World and InfoWorld. An experienced enterprise technology journalist, he writes about cloud computing and software development.

Devs don’t want to do ops

How Cloudflare emerged to take on AWS, Azure, and GCP

How Cloudflare emerged to take on AWS, Azure, and GCP

The upstart internet security and edge infrastructure company has reinvented itself to challenge the hyperscale cloud providers. Can it succeed?

What is PaaS (platform-as-a-service)? A simpler way to build software applications

What is PaaS (platform-as-a-service)? A simpler way to build software applications

An application development and deployment platform, PaaS typically trades flexibility and complexity for convenience and speed of delivery, enabling developers to focus on their core logic rather than perfunctory,...

Cilium launches eBPF-powered Kubernetes service mesh

Cilium launches eBPF-powered Kubernetes service mesh

Cilium Service Mesh features eBPF-based connectivity, traffic management, security, and observability, supporting both sidecar and sidecar-less deployments.

How Walmart abstracts its hybrid cloud for developers

How Walmart abstracts its hybrid cloud for developers

The retail giant has rolled out a hybrid cloud platform that it hopes will simplify how software developers consume infrastructure and best-of-breed cloud services.

Lego embraces modularity, metaverse with its software engineering culture

Lego embraces modularity, metaverse with its software engineering culture

Lego, the plastic brick maker, is rapidly growing its software development teams to meet the growing demand for virtual experiences.

Developers value flexibility, tech stack in a hybrid working world

Developers value flexibility, tech stack in a hybrid working world

Stack Overflow’s latest developer survey shows that most developers are working remotely and favor a flexible working environment where they can use their favorite technologies.

Why Mercedes-Benz runs on 900 Kubernetes clusters

Why Mercedes-Benz runs on 900 Kubernetes clusters

The German automaker runs a massive fleet of Kubernetes clusters to support a wide range of project teams around the world. ‘For us, managing Kubernetes is not that hard.’

How Vanguard and Morgan Stanley are balancing dev and ops

How Vanguard and Morgan Stanley are balancing dev and ops

Two financial services firms are taking a similar approach to transitioning to devops, landing on a shared responsibility model for developer teams, supported by centralized operations and SRE.

You’re thinking about technical debt all wrong

You’re thinking about technical debt all wrong

Most organizations think of their technical debt as a burden to be managed. Others are finding more success by making it an important part of the day-to-day job of a developer.

Google gets serious about Gitops

Google gets serious about Gitops

The cloud vendor is putting its weight behind Gitops as a better way to manage and control configurations across fast-growing Kubernetes environments.

OpenFeature feature flag project applies for CNCF sandbox project status

OpenFeature feature flag project applies for CNCF sandbox project status

The open source feature flag standard wants to follow in the footsteps of the OpenTelemetry project.

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