Scott Carey

UK Group Editor

An experienced enterprise technology journalist, Scott writes about cloud computing and software development. He is also an experienced industry event host and broadcaster. Speciality areas include big IT and cloud vendors, deep knowledge of the SaaS market and digital transformation at some of the world's biggest companies, and a contacts book that covers the industry from top to bottom.

How Docker broke in half

VMware’s new Tanzu platform aims to unify Kubernetes development

VMware’s new Tanzu platform aims to unify Kubernetes development

The beta release of TAP promises to abstract the complexity of Kubernetes for enterprise developers at all stages of their cloud-native journey.

Docker Desktop is no longer free for enterprise users

Docker Desktop is no longer free for enterprise users

Docker is changing its pricing plans, ending free Docker Desktop use for larger business customers and replacing its Free plan with a Personal plan.

How to nail the Kubernetes certification exams

How to nail the Kubernetes certification exams

Whether you are going for your CKAD, CKA, or CKS certification, these tips from recently certified professionals will help you pass the exam the first time.

4 reasons to get Kubernetes-certified, and 4 reasons not to

4 reasons to get Kubernetes-certified, and 4 reasons not to

What are the most important Kubernetes certifications and are they worth it? Here are four reasons to get certified, and four reasons to think better of it.

What is cloud-native? The modern way to develop software

What is cloud-native? The modern way to develop software

Cloud-native computing takes advantage of many modern software development techniques including microservices, containers, CI/CD, agile methodologies, and devops.

What is Docker? The spark for the container revolution

What is Docker? The spark for the container revolution

Docker helps developers build lightweight and portable software containers that simplify application development, testing, and deployment.

What is SaaS? Software as a service defined

What is SaaS? Software as a service defined

Consuming software as a service has become the dominant trend for enterprise applications over the past decade. Here’s how SaaS took over the world.

Why companies get stuck in the middle of their devops journey

Why companies get stuck in the middle of their devops journey

The 10th State of Devops report by automation software vendor Puppet shows that the vast majority of organizations are still stuck in the mid-evolution phase, with organizational and cultural factors remaining the big blockers to...

MongoDB goes serverless with latest Atlas release

MongoDB goes serverless with latest Atlas release

The NoSQL database specialist is making its managed Atlas service available on a serverless basis, and has announced a host of updates to version 5.0 of its core product.

Developers react to GitHub Copilot

Developers react to GitHub Copilot

The Microsoft subsidiary has been working with OpenAI to build an AI tool that helps developers write code by making automated suggestions. Here’s what the early users make of it.

What is PaaS? A simpler way to build software applications

What is PaaS? A simpler way to build software applications

An opinionated application development platform typically trades flexibility and complexity for convenience and speed of delivery, so developers can focus on their code. Here we define PaaS and lay out its strengths and weaknesses.

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