Analysing security solutions in cloud computing technology

Source – cloudcomputing-news.net Ever more companies are proving that cloud computing continues to be a major trend in the IT field. For instance, IDC recently predicted that spending on public cloud services would reach $160 billion by the end of this year. When it comes to security, however, the same issues and concerns persist today as they did several years ago. Take any research report which asks about organisations’ concerns with cloud migration and security is usually the number one. What

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Why successful DevOps implementation requires a “cultural change”

Source – techrepublic.com TechRepublic’s Dan Patterson spoke with New Relic’s chief product officer Jim Gochee to explain how companies can improve the way they implement DevOps into their company culture. Below is a transcript of their interview. Patterson: DevOps, a process that amalgamates software development and operations, is one of the most effective methods of iterative product development. But implementing DevOps, while it can aid your company’s digital transformation efforts, usually requires entire team buy-in. For TechRepublic and ZDNet, I’m Dan

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Avoid These Common DevOps Pitfalls

Source – itbusinessedge.com Virtually everybody is interested in doing DevOps these days, but more than that, there is tremendous pressure to do DevOps right. After all, the IT landscape is littered with technologies and initiatives that seemed to promise great things but, for one reason or another, failed to deliver. When it comes to DevOps, the concept is solid – faster, more agile, development, lower costs, a better user experience – so the only thing that can really foul it up

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What does DevOps do in 2018?

Source – infosecurity-magazine.com In 2018, we’re expecting DevOps to become the new norm for larger enterprise teams. This is because we’re likely to see developers on older, higher value systems implementing a more DevOps centric approach, having seen it work on projects that have traditionally been highly visible, but low value. In big enterprises in the past, DevOps practices have often been tested and trialed on projects which have low business impact. For example, in banking, teams have used DevOps

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The 6 Biggest Challenges Facing DevOps

Source – techtarget.com About decade after it debuted the DevOps concept has evolved and built up a base of advocates, but it still presents challenges. Like any process or strategic approach, the field of DevOps is constantly changing. First emerging as a collective term nearly a decade ago, the DevOps field now embraces millions of software developers and entrepreneurs who have adjusted their teams and core philosophies to fall in line with the DevOps vision. However, these guiding principles are still

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7 of the best DevOps tools for 2018

Source – cbronline.com Enticed by promises of agility, cost-effectiveness and update efficiency, companies across the spectrum are embracing DevOps. Billed as the modern answer to fluid system improvement, DevOps is supposedly a smoother, faster and more cost effective software development tactic in contradistinction to the staggered waterfall or cascade approaches. Emerging out of the agility movement in software culture, DevOps combines development and operations to form practices where services systems are built for resilience and scalability, allowing engineers to deliver updates

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7 leadership rules for the DevOps age

Source – enterprisersproject.com If DevOps is ultimately more about culture than any particular technology or platform, then remember this: There isn’t a finish line. It’s about continuous change and improvement – and the C-suite doesn’t get a pass. Rather, leaders need to revise some of their traditional approaches if they expect DevOps to help drive the outcomes they seek. Let’s consider seven ideas for more effective IT leadership in the DevOps era. 1. Say “yes” to failure The word “failure” has

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How DevOps Principles Are Being Applied to Networking

Source – infoq.com Practices from the DevOps world are being adopted into managing networking services. Vendor hardware, configuration tools and deployment modes have eased programmable configuration and automation of network devices and functions. Some recommendations on how to adopt network automation practices include looking at networks-as-code (along the lines of infrastructure-as-code), orchestration as part of CI/CD pipelines, using network functions that can be deployed in smaller units like containers, applying chaos engineering principles to network services delivery, and measuring and predicting

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What to do if you have a DevOps failure (and you will)

Source – techtarget.com DevOps offers significant promise for organizations seeking to better integrate business development with IT. When teams automate their processes and reduce the time it takes to test code and integrate improvements across platforms, they maximize efficiency. Automation does not, however, equate to automatic success. Creating a DevOps program is difficult — adoption has to be about more than the technology — and without the right plan and processes in place, there is a good chance you could have

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Global DevOps Tool Market Growth(CAGR) by 2022: Chef, Saltstac, Atlassian, Docker Inc. and Red Hat

Source – thefuturetechnologies.com The reports includes global DevOps Tool market drivers, challanges, constraints, opportunities, investment potential, leading technologies, future guidelines, DevOps Tool industry player profile, regulatory ecosystem and plans. The report also delivers market size forecasts for DevOps Tool market. The forecasts are further mentioned in the top segment of DevOps Tool market. This report lists out some of the major key trends that are expected to influence the overall DevOps Tool market development and also presents market statistics to study

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