Why DevOps May Be Wrong for Your Organization

Source – xebialabs.com The wide success of agile as a way to improve transparency and delivery is a great example of a better way of working that seemed to be making a real and positive change to organizations that were correctly embracing it. Similarly, the adoption of cloud services as a place to build new, highly scalable solutions was a “no brainer” for organizations looking at what other successful companies were doing. However, not all agile adoption was successful and not

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Can an IT DevOps approach speed up CSP Innovation?

Source – vanillaplus.com Copy your fiercest competitor We believe that a new mentality and way of working, a far more collaborative, flexible and lean way of working is needed in CSP organisations. This is easier said than done as CSPs have inherited a legacy infrastructure. But a change in mindset, more transparency, collaboration and efficient processes will become necessary if the competitive level is to be increased or even maintained. One way of achieving this it to introduce a DevOps culture

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Which DevOps platform should you learn?

Source – certmag.com Business growth depends on a company’s ability to innovate in line with changing customer needs and market realities. Innovation requires fast and reliable software delivery. And great software is a result of integrating development with IT operations and functions in a manner that enables better communication and co-operation, resulting in greater speed and enhanced quality. What is a DevOps platform and how are they used? The term “DevOps” refers to the coming together of developers and operations personnel

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Chef expands its cloud and container menu

Source – zdnet.com Chef, a leading DevOps company, announced at ChefConf 2017 that it was adding new capabilities to it flagship Continous Automation/DevOps program, Chef Automate. This enables enterprises to transition from server- and virtual machine- (VM) based IT systems to cloud-native and container-first environments with consistent automation and DevOps practices. Chef started as an open-source cloud configuration management and deployment application. It’s meant to help anyone orchestrate servers in a cloud or just in a departmental data center. Instead of

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How To Automatically Update Running Docker Containers

Source – ostechnix.com Watchtower is a free, open source application that allows you to monitor the running Docker containers and updates them automatically if it finds any changes in their base images. When watchtower finds that a running container needs to be updated, it will gracefully stop the running container by sending it a SIGTERM signal. It will then download the new image, and finally restart the Container with the same options that were used when it was deployed initially. Everything will

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Atlassian spurs DevOps adoption for the enterprise

Source – theserverside.com Software development toolmaker Atlassian is moving to empower large organizations to adopt DevOps despite challenges, such as global scale, deep-rooted silos, disconnected tools and complicated compliance requirements. To help spur DevOps adoption in the enterprise, Atlassian has added new features in its Bitbucket Server and Data Center 5.0 and Bamboo 6.0 products. Bitbucket is a hosting service for source code and development projects that enables developers to collaborate on projects. Bamboo is a continuous integration, deployment and

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7 Highly Effective Continuous Delivery Principles

Source – devops.com If you’re in the IT space and you weren’t born yesterday, then you understand the need for speed. Development and release cycles are now faster than ever as companies implement continuous integration and continuous delivery (CD). Browsers and social media sites, for example, are doing multiple releases a day, and organizations that want to keep up in the information age are implementing continuous delivery. But to ensure successful continuous delivery, there are continuous delivery principles every organization should

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Accessibility Test Automation in DevOps Environment

Source – capgemini.com (1) Background: Accessibility (AX) Accessibility or AX testing is a subset of usability testing. In accessibility testing, users under consideration include persons with disabilities as well to test both usability and accessibility. Considering the range of difficulties people may be dealing with, it is important to build applications that everyone can use. There standards  have been established to address accessibility need in section 508 of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and in web contact accessibility guidelines (WCAG). (2)

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Roll DevOps tools into your AWS migration plan

Source – techtarget.com accelerated dePublic cloud platforms such as AWS have changed how many businesses develop applications. Cloud affords development times — and enables some dev teams to release new features and app updates multiple times a day. But none of this would be possible without a vast array of DevOps tools and services. After an AWS migration, businesses can model their infrastructure as code (IaC), build and test code with managed services and automate deployments using continuous integration (CI) and continuous

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The latest trends from the Agile Alliance Technical Conference

Source – techtarget.com The Agile movement took over software development; now most of the teams I work with use standups, stories, and sprints. Meanwhile the Agile Alliance conference, which has grown from 900 attendees to 1,500 attendees in the four years I have attended, has been consistently decreasing its technical content. There are exceptions — the DevOps track is growing — but the programming and testing tracks have less interest. The decreasing interest in technical subjects mean fewer technical people are

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