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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7 Skills Every DevOps Engineer Must Have

Source – cbronline.com The aim of using DevOps is to alter and improve the relationship between development and IT operations, advocating better communication and collaboration between the two units. Although it may seem somewhat simple, there is much more needed from a DevOps engineer to successfully deploy the code and bind the two units together successfully. From the basics of day to day skills needed to cope with the pressures of DevOps, comes technical skills each and every engineer must qualify

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10 bad DevOps habits to break

Source – enterprisersproject.com In 2017, more companies than ever before decided to start their DevOps journey. As with anything new, there’s a learning curve: The trick is identifying missteps before they become bad habits, because habits can be hard to break. As you refine your DevOps strategies for the new year, it’s important to take a critical look back and seek out these troublemakers. These issues may not be obvious – so we asked business leaders and DevOps practitioners to help,

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Security Strategies for DevOps, APIs, Containers and Microservices

Source – securityboulevard.com More and more IT professionals see DevSecOps, a practice which integrates security measures earlier in the development process to improve production code quality, as a mainstay for future application development. Much of this stems from the growing trend towards speeding up application development through adopting architectures using DevOps, containers and microservices, as well as supporting automation toolchains and frameworks. This trend presents an opportunity for cybercriminals, who are increasingly turning their attention to security gaps and vulnerabilities in

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How technology changes the rules for doing agile

Source – enterprisersproject.com More companies are trying agile and DevOps for a clear reason: Businesses want more speed and more experiments – which lead to innovations and competitive advantage. DevOps helps you gain that speed. But doing DevOps in a small group or startup and doing it at scale are two very different things. Any of us who’ve worked in a cross-functional group of 10 people, come up with a great solution to a problem, and then tried to apply the

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Four key lessons to apply from DevOps success stories

Source – techtarget.com For teams in small organizations, embracing and applying DevOps practices is often a matter of just doing it. There are fewer constraints, fewer moving parts, and most of the time development and operations skills are already aligned and close together — on the same team, if not the same person, which makes for many DevOps success stories. For large organizations, though, any transformation can be daunting. Complex development programs and traditional org structure can result in no shortage

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New database provisioning solution brings GDPR compliance to DevOps

Source – realwire.com The latest solution from Redgate Software, known for its industry leading database development tools, promises to resolve much of the headache the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is already causing. SQL Provision launches today and allows users to create copies of SQL Server databases in seconds which use a fraction of disk space, and mask any sensitive data to address data privacy and protection issues. The provisioning of database copies to improve the efficiency and quality of database

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It’s critical to create the correct DevOps team structure

Source – techtarget.com DevOps is all about breaking down barriers. That’s great, up to a point. But what happens when you break down too many barriers? How do you find a balanced DevOps team structure without going too far? These are important questions for any DevOps shop to ask itself. There is such a thing as too much DevOps. Here’s how to tell you’re approaching this natural limit. DevOps versus structure DevOps doesn’t advocate for the total erasure of structure. It

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DevOps for networking: What the future looks like

Source – jaxenter.com Can incorporating networking in the DevOps culture boost your organization’s growth? DevOps solution architect and Packt author, Steven Armstrong, certainly believes so. In his book, ‘DevOps for Networking’, Armstrong explores the fundamentals of DevOps in networking and how to improve DevOps processes and workflows by providing automation in your organization’s network. We asked him a few questions about the future of DevOps in networking and what DevOps engineers need to be learning to get ahead. What does the

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