The Benefits Of Using Cloud Computing At Your Business

Source- myasbn.com Cloud computing allows your business to store its data on secure internet-based servers. This affords your business many benefits when compared to storing and accessing your data through in-house servers. Here are some of the greatest benefits of using cloud-based computing for your business. Reduced IT Costs There are a lot of costs associated with having servers that are physically located at your business and the necessary IT staff to manage them. Because of this, cloud computing solutions come

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How DevOps will change in 2019 and beyond: 3 predictions

Source- techrepublic.com In the past few years, DevOps transitioned from a tech buzzword to a proven method of delivering software more quickly and efficiently than in the past. Implementing DevOps practices during digital transformation leads to improved organizational performance and quality outcomes, one report found, with elite DevOps teams seeing 46x more frequent code deployments, and 2,555x faster lead time from commit to deploy. Despite the benefits, most enterprise DevOps teams still struggle with how to get started in the workflow, according

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Making enterprise automation your app development advantage

Source- enterpriseinnovation.net In today’s agile, innovation-driven and dynamic market, automation rules! It allows companies to streamline, optimize, eliminate human error and reallocate valuable human resources to other value-adding tasks. Automation provides the foundation for DevOps, which brings together the two separate worlds of app development and software operations. In theory, automation can improve rollout of app releases, increase deployment speed, lower failure rates, shorten the time between fixes, and reduce mean time to recovery when apps crash. The reality, however, can

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THE PROMISE OF (PRACTICALLY) ‘SERVERLESS COMPUTING’

Source- wired.com The definition of cloud computing may be nebulous, but its promise is clear. Instead of filling a warehouse with servers and paying people to manage them, a company can pay a cloud computing provider for computing resources on demand and pay only for what it actually uses. This prospect lured organizations ranging from startups to massive corporations to stodgy government agencies onto cloud offerings from Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and others. Those now well-established services might save companies from buying and managing

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5 foundational DevOps practices your enterprise needs to succeed

Source- techrepublic.com In less than a decade, DevOps transitioned from a hot buzzword to a proven way to manage technological change and deliver software quickly and efficiency. However, most enterprise DevOps teams still struggle with how to get started in the workflow, according to a Thursday report from Puppet. Puppet uncovered five foundational DevOps practices that are critical to success in any organization. While no one path to DevOps transformation exists, top performers have demonstrated that these practices are essential at every stage

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We Must Find A Way To Defy Data Gravity In The Cloud

Source- forbes.com The IT industry is in the midst of a transformational era in terms of how we treat data.  At Moor Insights & Strategy we have discussed countless the times forces that are driving the need for a data strategy, how that need is deeply impacted by real-time analytics, and how data has escaped the data center and is now spread from edge to cloud. The world of IT today is one of hybrid and multi-clouds. IT deploys workloads to the public cloud

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Role of DevOps in Mobile App Development

Source- devops.com Emerged out of Agile methods in 2001, DevOps basically represents a fundamental departure from the traditional waterfall software development approach. DevOps is a modern software development method that focuses mainly on the effective collaboration between software developers, project managers and operations staff, while also aligning with business goals at the same time. DevOps came into being when developers and operations staff came together to more effectively overcome the challenges associated with continuous software delivery. DevOps in Mobile Applications Peerbits takes a

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3 new DevOps lessons learned

Source- enterprisersproject.com IT workers sometimes live in fear and too often loathe their jobs. Look no further than last year’s testimony by the former Equifax CEO as a reason why. He blamed a single IT worker for the company’s unprecedented data breach. That explains the fear, and his $90 million exit package may explain some of the loathing. But there is light and hope on the horizon, and that was on full display at the DevOps Enterprise Summit (DOES) this year. Here are three of my takeaways:

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Building the hybrid serverless multiclouds of the future

Source- siliconangle.com Developers frequently compose solutions as patterns that hybridize different approaches to developing, hosting and managing application resources. Any solution pattern may be hybridized, with the approach usually contingent on the developer having access to an abstraction layer designed to enable the complex application environment of interest. In cloud computing, we increasingly see hybridization in the form of public and private clouds interoperating to handle transactions, analytics, integration and other complex workloads. At the platform-as-a-service level, we also see it

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Fixvember aims to boost DevOps skills

Source- sdtimes.com For many developers, November is the time of the year where they look to sharpen their skills and dedicate more of their time to outside projects. Much like the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) initiative where writers commit to writing 50,000 words in the month of November, developers commit to writing code. A few years ago an initiative called Progvember was launched to encourage developers to create a computer program within the 30 days. Progvember seems to have died out, but

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