Developer Report Compares Agile vs. DevOps

Source – techtarget.com One interesting aspect of the new developer report from GitLab Inc. — a company based on the open source GitLab project — is a comparison of two popular development approaches Agile and DevOps. The GitLab project’s Community Edition provides a complete open source software development platform featuring built-in version control, issue tracking, code review and Continuous Integration/Continuation Delivery (CI/CD). In its new “2018 Global Developer Report” based on a survey, GitLab Inc. covered a wide range of

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Jenkins basics: The DevOps and build platform for dev teams

Source – techtarget.com Jenkins is a tool that manages how a team compiles software code and pushes it out to users. Here are the introductory steps to Jenkins basics and how to install it. Jenkins gathers code from developers on a team, runs unit and functional tests, and pushes the tested code and configurations out to target systems. Jenkins has been given the label DevOps, and its focus is not just infrastructure. When you install Jenkins, its role in the DevOps

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Why operations metrics and telemetry matter in DevOps too

Source – techtarget.com I am not a faddist or a Kool-Aid drinker. I’m a skeptic by career. But monitoring and observability is so “hot right now” and, well, validly so. We have to scientifically consider how to create systems that are more reachable and more observable and can tell us more under scrutiny. Charity Majors, among others, talks about this, and I highly recommend her work. But it’s time to elevate operations metrics and monitoring and make it a first-class systems

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Emerging Data Center Trends: From DevOps To DataOps

Source – forbes.com If asked to list the top trends that are shaping the enterprise data center today, most technologists and tech investors would likely agree on a core set. The list would include technologies like such as cloud computing, containers and virtualization, microservices, machine learning and data science, flash memory, edge computing, NVMe and GPUs. These technologies are all important for organizations pushing digital transformation. The harder question: What’s coming next? Which emerging technologies or paradigm shifts are poised to

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TOP CLOUD COMPUTING PREDICTIONS FOR 2018: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

Source – techgenix.com AWS, Google, Microsoft — these are the three giants of the cloud computing universe, and their collective efforts made 2017 a great year for cloud computing in general. It’s expected that the Big 3 will increase their combined market share to 76 percent in 2018, and to 80 percent by 2020. The global public cloud market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 22 percent, its size expected to be 178 billion in 2018, as compared

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A complete beginner’s guide to blending DevOps and security

Source – techtarget.com DevOps can be daunting enough for those brand-new to it. And it becomes even trickier when you begin to add security into the mix. If you want to build out your DevOps and security programs in order to improve your application security initiatives, vulnerability testing and verification have to be baked into your day-to-day processes. The DevOps/DevSecOps approach allows for security to be introduced earlier in the software development lifecycle. Instead of performing security checks once the code is

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Best Application Of Cloud Hosting For You

Source – hostreview.com With the advancement of technology, everything in this world has become computerized and the scope of the computer works has increased rapidly. In an IT based company, every employee should be given proper computer and hardware or software to do their jobs. Only the computer is not the permanent solution for a company after that one should buy proper software for the employee’s computer and it is one of the difficult tasks for an executive. If you are

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Keep DevOps operations relevant in the age of code

Source – techtarget.com When I was right out of college, I actually interviewed for computer operator jobs twice. The first was an overnight shift at a hospital, starting at 10 p.m. and ending at 6 a.m. Operators had to run backup jobs, type in the command from the command line, switch tapes when the tapes filled and stuff envelopes when there was nothing to do. It wouldn’t be long until I’d see a listing of the career opportunities in IT, with

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DevOps Futures: SREs, Re-Skilling, and New-Ops

Source – informationweek.com It’s time to ditch the phrase no-ops. DevOps gives IT the opportunity to expand their current skill sets in new roles and become better leaders by managing cross-functional teams. No, all we see are new-ops. When you think about it, DevOps is really IT’s Cinderella story. Often an afterthought and left to do the less glamorous work, IT was one day approached by a fairy tech mother called DevOps, who waved her wand to reveal what IT was

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Testing trends in 2018: Value of automated testing, automation challenges and more

Source – jaxenter.com In early March, Sauce Labs, Inc. announced the results of the “Testing Trends in 2018: A Survey of Development and Testing Professionals”. The survey was conducted by Dimensional Research with over 1,000 individual participants as well as featuring a wide range of company sizes, roles, vertical industries, and geographies. The survey was conducted online with development and testing professionals. The key findings as presented in the introductory section of the survey report include the following trends: Trend #1:

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