Cloud Computing and AI transform the Banking sector

Source – cioreview.com With the adoption and development of cognitive computing capabilities, the way customers interact with their banks will ultimately change for good. Artificial intelligence and cloud computing will empower banks to efficiently redefine the workflow, create innovative products and services, and transform customer experiences. Many banks have adopted AI, infusing it into their customer experience. This development is witness to AI’s role in banking becoming increasingly crucial and visible over the next few years. The introduction of cloud

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DevOps is a culture, but here’s why it’s actually not

Source – techtarget.com When we heard about DevOps for the first time, some of us imagined it was a buzzword that would disappear like many a hipster phenomenon. The fact that we still talk about DevOps every day and have for more than five years, proves it is not just a buzzword, but a necessity for the software industry. What’s hard about DevOps is its adoption. Even as many companies have become DevOps unicorns, such as Google, Amazon, Facebook and Netflix, others continue to

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DevOps Dollars: Why There’s Big Money In Fast Software Development

Source – forbes.com With the first quarter of 2018 behind us, many companies will be taking stock of how successfully they started the year, what targets they need to adjust, and for those trading publically, how announcing their numbers will play with investors. While individual companies evaluate performance and progress, bigger picture trends will also start to appear. DevOps is one specific technology movement that is set to impact the financial bottom line of a broad spectrum of businesses, including software

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4 Bad Habits DevOps Administrators Fall Into

Source – devops.com The concept of DevOps is central to any organization’s ability to deliver applications and services quickly and efficiently. As it gains traction in many high-profile organizations, DevOps administrators must work to integrate DevOps practices, tools and techniques into a wide range of teams, from development and support to operations and management. Completing this implementation seamlessly leads to better productivity and a smoother overall workflow. Bad Habits Derail DevOps But along the way, administrators tend to fall into bad

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Hybrid clouds: building out orchestration, middleware, DevOps and management tooling

Source – siliconangle.com Hybrid clouds are a necessary step, but often a transitional one, for enterprises that are evolving toward more complete reliance on public clouds. If you sifted through vendor announcements from the recent Red Hat Summit, you’ll find ample corroboration of this trend. In their efforts to help customers converge their investments in hybrid-cloud platforms, tooling and services, Red Hat Inc. and its partners are making significant investments in four key capabilities: container orchestration, integration middleware, DevOps pipeline tooling and

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List Of Top 10 Technologies To Learn In Near Future If You Are An IT Guy

Source:- devopsengineersclub.com & Wikipedia Now a days, lots of students of IT are moving to learn programming languages such as PHP, Java, ASP.NET, Android and so on. But there is a world apart from the programming that needs to be explored. I am not discouraging you for programming. Programming should not be ignored if your are a IT graduates. You must have to be good at any of the programming languages such as python or Java or PHP. But apart from

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Continuous Discussions Video Podcast: DevSecOps, Best Practices and More

Source – devops.com In a recent episode of the Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) podcast, a group of industry experts discussed why DevSecOps is officially more than just a buzzword, tips on how to get everyone in the organization to own security and some of their own challenges and experiences baking security into the software delivery pipeline. The panel included: Alan Shimel, editor in chief at DevOps.com; Chenxi Wang, managing general partner at Rain Capital; Derek E. Weeks, VP and DevOps Advocate at Sonatype; Paula Thrasher, Chief Architect, National Security Division at

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Use event-driven architecture to design for DevOps 2.0

Source – techtarget.com When we begin to think about how DevOps 2.0 will function, event-driven architecture is a good place to start. An “event” can range from a left click of a mouse button to a request for a hotel reservation. The important thing to understand, though, is that in event-driven architecture, no one can really predict where a message will end up. The fact that event notifications can go anywhere at anytime has definite implications for systems in terms of design, implementation and

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Serverless continuous deployment for the AWS crowd: Feeding time in Lambda-land

Source – theregister.co.uk Continuous Lifecycle “You’ll never go hungry if you know AWS,” one of the workshop participants at the Continuous Lifecycle* devops-focused conference in London remarked. Mike Roberts, co-founder of consultancy Symphonia Cloud, was behind the lectern yesterday afternoon, preparing to conduct a tour of serverless continuous deployment on AWS. Such sentiment is transitory in the tech industry. In the mainframe era, people used to say, “Nobody ever got fired for buying IBM.” Today, that has become: “IBM fires everybody.” Nonetheless, AWS looks like

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Software development slow because ‘Most of our ideas suck’

Source – theregister.co.uk If you want a vision of the future of software creation, imagine a boot process spinning up a server, forever. Speaking at Continuous Lifecycle London* on Wednesday, Mike Roberts, co-founder of consultancy Symphonia Cloud, employed less Orwellian terminology for tomorrow: continuous experimentation. Perhaps you’ve heard of continuous delivery, the trending software engineering practice that aims to accelerate development cycles while making them simultaneously speedy and boring. Continuous experimentation takes that a step further by reducing development cycles to

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