GitLab Pushes Kubernetes-Based Update for Auto DevOps

Source – sdxcentral.com GitLab released the latest version of its namesake platform that leverages Kubernetes to automate the handling of code on its journey to being a running application. The move comes as the online Git repository manager is riding an attention bump following Microsoft’s $7.5 billion acquisition of GitHub. GitLab CEO and cofounder Sid Sijbrandij said the 11.0 update basically allows developers to push code and the platform does the rest. That includes building, testing, code quality scanning, security scanning, license scanning, packaging, performance

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GitLab 11.0 released with Auto DevOps

Source – sdtimes.com GitLab’s complete DevOps vision is becoming a reality in its latest 11.0 release. The company announced the general availability of Auto DevOps. GitLab first announced Auto DevOps last year, with the hope that the concept would help developers deliver their ideas to production faster. Today’s release of Auto DevOps focuses on accelerating enterprise DevOps adoption. “GitLab is widely known for being a fully capable source code and lifecycle-management tool, but we’re now proving that GitLab is much more than that,”

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What Comes after DevOps? Two Possibilities

Source – devops.com People have been talking about the “post-DevOps” world since at least 2014. But have we actually arrived in the post-DevOps era? If so, what comes after DevOps? Let’s explore those questions. The DevOps concept is more than a decade old. DevOps has seen widespread adoption across companies large and small. “DevOps engineer” is now a common job title for tech folks. At a minimum, these developments mean that DevOps is now very mature and mainstream. They may even signal the end of DevOps,

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DevOps Intelligence Gathering: What Are We Measuring Here?

Source – adtmag.com There’s a business adage that goes, “We manage what we measure,” (or some variation thereof) — which is important insight, but easier said than done when it comes to DevOps. Moreover, says Tim Buntel, DevOps Advocate at XebiaLabs, it’s downright tricky. “If you think about, say, a manufacturing process, where you have specific outputs — products like cars or cell phones — the metrics are fairly straightforward,” Buntel said. “But measuring software development and delivery in general can be

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Benefits and Drivers of Full-Stack Monitoring

Source – devops.com As organizations undergo digital transformations, there is increasing need to modernize the way IT operations is managed and to deliver applications faster, while at the same time delivering business value by managing applications’ availability, performance and outages in a cost-effective way. Because outages have a huge impact on revenue, there is a growing demand for site reliability people and monitoring systems, which can enable them to handle applications’ uptime, performance and reliability with a proactive and predictive monitoring

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Making the Database Key to DevOps

Source – devops.com The speed of business today demands that the development and deployment of applications is fast-moving, with frequent yet error-free releases. That’s why the adoption of DevOps is trickling down from Amazon, Facebook, Google and the other usual suspects to every company that relies on technology to drive its communications or sales with users. The database is now entering the picture, too, because when front-end applications are changed, there often needs to be a change at the back end

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DevOps Improving Outcomes through Improved Business Processes

Source – digitallearning.eletsonline.com There has been a lot talked about artificial intelligence and automation however, not much has been written about DevOps, which is a software engineering culture and practice that aims at unifying software development (Dev) and software operation (Ops), says Anand Sahay, CEO, Xebia, in conversation with Elets News Network (ENN). Why is there a need for courses in DevOps? Digital has completely changed the way people want to do business today. It is forcing businesses to adopt digital technologies and

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Cloud-Computing Service, a Security Risk or Security Benefit?

Source – techshout.com As dozens of cloud-based IT management software solutions pop-up promising various perks and discounts, one would probably question the validity of cloud-based software as an option. Is it a higher security risk to develop your business to be ‘on the go’ but prone to hacking? Or is the flexibility of cloud-based software the future of the IT business management industry? Here are a few points to consider in gauging the growing trend and its possible dangers and benefits.

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What Can the Cloud Do for DevOps?

Source – devops.com The cloud has enabled DevOps to grow and expand well beyond traditional boundaries set forth by on-premises production environments. With Amazon Web Services (AWS) and other cloud services providers, DevOps devices are intended to speed advancement by empowering engineers to change, test and push code in a computerized design. This enables organizations to create and send administrations and applications significantly faster than in traditional development environments. Organizations following DevOps and continuous delivery (CD) practices follow various approaches such

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IBM celebrates 10 years of DevOps with new releases

Source – betanews.com Over the past decade, DevOps techniques have helped to transform software development teams with a new and more agile approach. But now companies are starting to move beyond the standard DevOps approach in what is being called ‘Day 2’ DevOps, a world that emphasizes scalability and teamwork. In such environments, development teams shift one way, operations teams shift the other and together they can deliver and manage multiple, complex applications at the same time. In order to meet

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