DevSecOps 6 min read

Keeping up with Docker Official Images

Get a better approach for managing your Dockerfiles. You'll never fall behind when important fixes roll out. See how we did it at Atomist and how you can get early access to our Docker policy.

Keeping up with Docker Official Images

Get a better approach for managing your Dockerfiles. You'll never fall behind when important fixes roll out. See how we did it at Atomist and how you can get early access to our Docker policy.

New Feature 3 min read

Introducing Skills — Automation Apps for DevEx and DevOps

Today we're shipping the public beta of our Skills catalog, which encapsulates knowledge in the form of pre-built automations (called skills) that you configure to use — like a purpose-built IFTTT recipe.

Introducing Skills — Automation Apps for DevEx and DevOps

Today we're shipping the public beta of our Skills catalog, which encapsulates knowledge in the form of pre-built automations (called skills) that you configure to use — like a purpose-built IFTTT recipe.

DevEx 3 min read

Self-Service Delivery

I remember the first time I experienced Heroku. The simplicity of deployment via Heroku was so elegant. What if we could achieve and expand upon that delightful developer experience for a more robust universe of applications?

Self-Service Delivery

I remember the first time I experienced Heroku. The simplicity of deployment via Heroku was so elegant. What if we could achieve and expand upon that delightful developer experience for a more robust universe of applications?

New Feature 3 min read

In Defense of YAML

If you follow me on Twitter, you may think I hate YAML. I'm not against YAML, just against abuse of YAML. I want to help prevent people abusing YAML and being cruel to themselves and their coworkers in the process. YAML's strength is as a structured data format. Yes, it has issues.

In Defense of YAML

If you follow me on Twitter, you may think I hate YAML. I'm not against YAML, just against abuse of YAML. I want to help prevent people abusing YAML and being cruel to themselves and their coworkers in the process. YAML's strength is as a structured data format. Yes, it has issues.