The future of DevOps: What to expect for 2018

Source – itproportal.com This year we have witnessed more industries adopting the set of practices and solutions that make up DevOps. According to a Capgemini report, 60% of companies have adopted DevOps or plan to do so in the next year. This demonstrates how widely understood it is for DevOps to be a necessary part of your business strategy if you intend to quickly respond to market demands, keep your software and solutions regularly updated, and improve time-to-market within your business.

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On cybersecurity and IT teams of the future, we’ll all be SREs

Source – csoonline.com Devops is perhaps the most important innovation in the IT and security sectors since the invention of the personal computer. The philosophy is so foreign though, compared to what IT and security staffs have traditionally done, that many do not understand the implications. It is tough for them, and their management chains, to fully wrap their heads around the potential impact to their organizations in the future. However, now is the time to embrace the idea not just

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Source – sdtimes.com DevOps continued to dominate development teams and businesses throughout the year with organizations trying to reap the benefits. A Logz.io study found that despite DevOps being a well-known phenomenon, 50 percent of respondents are still in the process of implementing DevOps or have just implemented it within the past year. In the past year, many software companies teamed with or acquired others to broaden their DevOps solutions. CA acquired Veracode in the beginning of the year to help

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Incorporating security is the next step in the evolution of DevOps

Source – techtarget.com DevOps has been a staple at Actifio Inc. since its founding in 2009. But much like the evolution of DevOps has continued throughout the past eight years, so has the tech company’s version of it. In fact, Actifio has moved into the next iteration: DevSecOps. The company has shifted security testing to a much earlier stage in product development, said Actifio CSO John A. Meyers. It also increased automation and gave developers, solution architects and product managers access

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DevOps Automation report — it was always about DevOps

Source – gigaom.com One has to wonder what was going through Barry Boehm’s head when, back in 1986, he formulated what he called the ’Spiral Model’ of software development, which brought the notion of iteration into the process of delivering software to the masses. He undoubtedly wasn’t the first to employ faster development cycles to solve software problems; however, he was key in presenting such approaches as a viable alternative to exhaustive, long-winded models such as ‘Waterfall’. General acceptance of ‘fast’

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Bringing DevOps agility to the edge with APIs

Source – insidebigdata.com Few question the value DevOps brings to organizations, particularly those that are forging ahead with digital transformations. Efficient build processes, quick release cycles and easy integration with partner features and functionality are exactly in line with the authentic experiences customers have come to expect. But the agile nature of DevOps is only beginning to be applied to IoT, enabling the computing of IoT device data closer to where it lives, at the edge, rather than in the cloud

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4 trends to watch as IT automation expands

Source – enterprisersproject.com We recently examined some of the fundamental factors that have fueled IT automation to this point. “To this point” is the operative phrase – there’s not necessarily a finish line for automation, and even as it matures, automation is going to continue evolving from a technical, business, and people standpoint. With that in mind, we asked a variety of experts for their insights on the current trends to watch as automation grows inside of IT shops going forward,

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Four questions to ask about your DevOps strategy

Source – searchmicroservices.techtarget.com There’s a lot of information about DevOps out there, making it hard to determine exactly what it means. However, there are still key principles you can stick to in order to achieve success through DevOps. Here are four questions that, according to our experts, you should be asking when thinking about your DevOps strategy. 1. Have we established a zone of business impact? DevOps tasks should be clearly connected to the applications they support, and businesses should in

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Top DevOps vendors promise faster releases with fewer bugs

Source – theserverside.com Whenever I attend a software conference, I always like to survey the exhibition floor to discover what latest trend, fashion or fad is taking over the industry. At the 2017 Gartner Application Strategies & Solutions Summit, held earlier this month in Las Vegas, the dominant theme was once again DevOps — continuing a craze that has been pervasive at pretty much every software conference I’ve attended this year. But the big shift that seems to be happening in

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Predictions 2018: How DevOps, AI Will Impact Security

Source – eweek.com DevOps and agile development, new-generation processes and techniques that work hand in hand in developing, testing and distributing software of all types, have been in the IT business news continually for about the last half-dozen years. And there are good reasons why. We at eWEEK are constantly being pitched by thought leaders with new ideas about this relative sea change in the business, in addition to companies with new or improved tools that facilitate the automation that’s inherent

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