Carbon Relay Brings AIOps to Kubernetes

Source:-containerjournal.com At the Open Source and Software Development (OSCON) conference this week, Carbon Relay announced a Red Sky Ops platform that leverages machine learning algorithms to optimize Kubernetes infrastructure resources. Red Sky Ops will be available in both open source and enterprise editions. The enterprise edition includes deep reinforcement learning capabilities to continually train the artificial intelligence (AI) agent, automatic Kubernetes application configuration, data sharing and advanced automation and scheduling capabilities. The core open source version of the platform provides

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Huge Demand of Build Automation Software Market 2019: Major Players- Jenkins, TeamCity, CircleCI, Bamboo, Ansible, Microsoft Team Foundation Server

Source:- reportsobserver.us Build automation is the process of automating the creation of a software build and the associated processes. It automates commonly performed tasks in the software development process. The report on the global Build Automation Software market is a complete overview of the market, covering various aspects product definition, segmentation based on various parameters, and the prevailing vendor landscape. It compiles in-depth information and research methodologies. It is also combined with relevant charts and tables to enable readers to get

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Datadog Achieves AWS Migration Competency Status

Source:- businesswire.com Datadog, a monitoring and analytics platform for modern cloud environments, announced today that it has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Migration Competency status. This designation recognizes that Datadog provides proven technology and deep expertise to help customers move successfully to AWS, through all phases of complex migration projects, discovery, planning, migration and operations. “Our customers migrating to AWS need visibility throughout the process to ensure a smooth transition, and we look forward to supporting them with our comprehensive cloud

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No love lost between security specialists and developers

Source:-zdnet.com GitLab finds 68% of security professionals feel that less than half of developers can spot security vulnerabilities, but most people feel it’s a programmer’s job to write secure code. Unless you’ve been under a rock, you’ve noticed hardly a day goes by without another serious security foul-up. While there’s plenty of blame to go around for these endless security problems, some of it goes to developers who write bad code. That makes sense. But when GitLab, a DevOps company,

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Jira Pricing – How Much Does Jira Cost?

Source:-tech.co Jira is a popular name in project management. Developed by the online services company Atlassian, Jira began life mostly as a tool for managing software development projects, but has since expanded into more general usage. Jira uses the Kanban (or board) visual interface, where projects are managed by moving index cards across categories on a digital cork board. The software-specific version is called Jira Software, while the more general project management option is known as Jira Core. Jira’s pricing

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GitHub Satellite 2019 Berlin. The Social Code – It’s Just Dependencies All The Way Down and Up

Source:- searchmicroservices.techtarget.com The keynote at GitHub Satellite 2019 in Berlin last month was a model of crisp story-telling. The comms team did a bang up job. The opening narrative was engaging and emotionally powerful. It asked us to think about our place in the world, our role as collaborators, at a very deep level. It began, as some of the best stories do, at cosmic scale, with a black hole. Not just any black hole, but the black hole at the

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ATLAS Space Operations announces support for AWS ground station

Source:-geospatialworld.net ATLAS Space Operations has announced support for AWS Ground Station within the ATLAS Space Operations Freedom™ Network. The collaboration provides customers an expanded network of satellite ground stations, simplified satellite management, and easy access to other AWS services for data processing, storage, and analysis. “ATLAS’ status as a member of the AWS Partner Network stems from our shared value of customer prioritization,” said Sean McDaniel, CEO and Co-Founder of ATLAS. “ATLAS is working with AWS to simplify communications for

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Study: Bureaucracy, legacy systems hinder DevOps

Source:-automotiveit.com T experts consider corporate bureaucracy the number one obstacle as they try to streamline enterprise software development in their companies. DevOps F5 Networks, which conducted a poll of IT experts, believes automation will lead to broader acceptance of DevOps According to a survey conducted by IT service provider F5 Networks, 40% of experts polled said hurdles such as difficult-to-change testing processes, ticket systems or manual processes tend to stand in the way of implementing agile development processes such as

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WSO2 Advances Microservices Gateway

Source:- devops.com At the Open Source and Software Development Conference (OSCON), WSO2 this week announced it has updated an open source microservices gateway to make it possible to expose multiple microservices through a single application programming interface (API). Additionally, version 3.0 of the WSO2 API Microgateway now includes the ability to automatically discover microservices and transform legacy API requests into a more modern format. WSO2 also added support for the OpenAPI Specification (OAS), formerly known as Swagger, to make it easier

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DevOps at the US Patent and Trademark Office

Source:-blog.sonatype.com Discussions of DevOps in government are always popular because it is a tough subject. Few have successfully cracked the code, and, even if they have, it is a slow, uphill climb with unique challenges. Consider the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s (US PTO) Fee Processing Next Generation (FPNG). It is effectively an e-commerce site run by the U.S. Government. The US PTO is the agency in the United States that registers trademarks and awards patents. It is self-funded, meaning

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