OverOps

Oct 28, 2018
2012
San Francisco, CA, USA
Mar 21, 2019   |  By Henn Idan
6 months flew by so fast, and again, it’s time to take a closer look at the new JDK version that’s out. Let’s meet Java 12 and the features it’s introducing to developers.
Mar 18, 2019   |  By Henn Idan
You can figure out how much errors cost when they crash your application, but what about other errors and issues that are caught and known? They might end up costing you even more.
Mar 12, 2019   |  By Nick Rojas
Known as the best place to be as a software engineer, SREcon is what happens when a diverse community of engineers gathers to collaborate, get inspiration to think beyond challenges and join the discussion on SRE philosophy.
Feb 26, 2019   |  By Jason "JE" English
November 7, 1940. When the first Tacoma Narrows Bridge was completed in summer and opened for traffic, it was considered an engineering marvel of span and flexibility. Unfortunately, the engineers never anticipated that mere wind could harm such a grand structure. And so, on this day, repeated wind gusts caused the innovative bridge to flex and buck in a harmonic pattern, ultimately tearing ‘Gallopin’ Gertie’ down.
Feb 25, 2019   |  By Henn Idan
Following on our latest launch of OverOps Reliability Dashboards, it’s time to take a closer look at the dashboards themselves and see what added value they can bring to DevOps/SRE, QA and dev teams.
Mar 5, 2019   |  By OverOps
Sev1 issues in production cost companies money. In order to prevent them from ever happening, we need to be able to expect the unexpected using Anomaly Detection and Quality Gates.
Feb 22, 2019   |  By OverOps
Production exception handling is a dark science. It’s the least explored subject, with the largest impact on your application's behavior. In this guide, we're bringing in the research to introduce a new workflow for solving Java application errors.
Dec 31, 2018   |  By OverOps
Is DevOps really a common practice or just another buzzword? How many enterprises have actually adopted CI/CD workflows, and what tools do they use to support faster releases? What challenges, both new and existing, are they facing as new technologies and practices emerge?
Nov 29, 2018   |  By OverOps
The dust hasn't settled yet after the explosive release of Java 9 in September 2017, and the launch of Java 10 just flew past us. Now, we're starting to look forward to Java 11 in September 2018. This guide will be your secret weapon to staying on top of all of the new (and improved) features that were introduced in Java in the last year, plus features that are coming soon.
Oct 28, 2018   |  By OverOps
Agile workflows are the new normal for software development, and CI/CD is continuing to help accelerate the release cycle. But, successful developer teams know that CI/CD isn't enough on its own. With code being pushed to production and things breaking faster than ever, more and more teams are adding components of Continuous Reliability to their workflows.
Feb 20, 2019   |  By OverOps
A key challenge in maintaining and accelerating the speed of software delivery is balancing rate of change and reliability. With teams of dozens to hundreds of engineers introducing changes at a high frequency, the ability to identify issues that will have a severe impact early on becomes a critical requirement.
Feb 11, 2019   |  By OverOps
Close your vulnerabile code gaps.
Feb 7, 2019   |  By OverOps
This dashboard acts as a “cockpit” from which an entire environment or set of environments can be observed in real time, where the reliability of that environments is continuously analyzed and scored across three different dimensions: deployment, applications and tiers.
Jan 24, 2019   |  By OverOps
Is DevOps really a common practice fueling Dev and Ops collaboration, or just another buzzword? How many enterprises have actually adopted CI/CD workflows, and what Ops tools do they use to support faster releases? What challenges, both new and existing, are teams facing as new technologies and practices emerge?
Nov 28, 2018   |  By OverOps
Webinar showcasing the new features of Java 11.