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How DevOps Can Create Smarter, More Agile 5G Telecom Networks

Source – devops.com There is no doubt DevOps revolutionized software development with its introduction of lean and agile techniques. By applying continuous deployment and continuous integration methodologies into software development, enterprises can build, test and deploy applications and release new services more rapidly. In this article, we will see how the DevOps approach is being utilized in 5G telecom networks with the rise of software-defined systems. Emergence of Software in Legacy Telecom Networks In last few decades software has changed our

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How DevOps Helped One Firm Get GDPR Right

Source – devops.com There has been a lot of press about how many, if not most, enterprises are still unprepared to comply with the European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) just days before it takes effect. However, executives from Cybric, a security platform provider, said their company has been ready for some time—and they thank DevOps for that. Their case study also shows how firms that are still struggling to get started before GDPR takes effect can do what is necessary as

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Google Security Updates Target DevOps, Containers

Source – darkreading.com Data visibility is a chief concern for companies moving to the cloud. In an effort to help organizations control their information, Google recently announced security updates intended to protect containers and application development. Sam Ramji, vice president of Google Cloud product development, emphasized the importance of DevOps security in his keynote last week at InteropITX. “This explosion of connectivity has led to a golden age of software development,” he said, pointing to the opportunities and challenges that come

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A DevOps Model: What It Is and Why It’s Beneficial

Source – securityboulevard.com Software development has changed significantly in recent years. This transformation is, in part, a response to challenges resulting from the traditional waterfall software development model. Under the old process, a software company receives a deadline for creating a product that’s ready to roll out to customers. The firm activates its team of developers, which spends its time working on the product before handing over the project to the operations team. These individuals are responsible for testing and ultimately

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Data, DevOps, and the Rest of the Business

Source – informationweek.com So, what’s a guy best known as an advocate for DevOps doing in a data and analytics track session at Interop ITX? Did Andi Mann, chief technology advocate for DevOps company Splunk take a wrong turn? Afterall, analytics has grown to be associated with data scientists and their models, AI, visualization, and algorithms, not rolling out application code updates to fields of servers. Actually, the high-energy Mann was there to show how data is at the heart of DevOps and, as

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Get started with AIOps tools

Source – techtarget.com CIOs often lament the number of people and the portion of their budget devoted to keeping the lights on. These are the tasks of IT operations — necessary, but not visible. CIOs would prefer to take charge of innovative projects that bring high value to their organization, but they’re judged by the unglamorous and unexciting uptime and performance stats of underlying computer systems, especially systems tied to revenue generation. Keeping the lights on is quite important to people

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AWS development services push apps from code to production

Source – techtarget.com Automation is one of DevOps’ core components. It enables enterprise development teams to adopt a more standardized, error-resistant approach to software delivery. Although there are a range of automation tools on the market, native AWS development services can help teams work together to quickly ship quality software. But before teams adopt these services, which include CodeCommit, CodeBuild and CodeDeploy, it’s important to understand how they work together in an AWS deployment pipeline. In a traditional build-and-release process, code checks into a

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Why management thinks your DevOps implementation is great

Source – techtarget.com According to a survey of 5,296 development professionals, the three toughest challenges around DevOps implementation probably won’t surprise anyone. GitLab’s 2018 Global Developer Report indicates it’s still hard to choose the right technology, get clear directions from management and change long-standing habits. But what might surprise folks is the apparent disconnect between management and developers on what a successful DevOps implementation looks like — and how easy it is, or isn’t. “I was surprised to see that managers and

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Data, DevOps, and the Rest of the Business

Source – informationweek.com Data makes DevOps work, and DevOps offers a lesson in how the rest of the business can make the best use of data. So, what’s a guy best known as an advocate for DevOps doing in a data and analytics track session at Interop ITX? Did Andi Mann, chief technology advocate for DevOps company Splunk take a wrong turn? Afterall, analytics has grown to be associated with data scientists and their models, AI, visualization, and algorithms, not rolling out application code

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Is DevOps right for financial services?

Source – bobsguide.com When faced with strict regulations and procedures, it can be hard to constantly innovate. It’s especially challenging in the financial services industry where we must develop innovative digital software solutions within an environment controlled by tight regulatory requirements, a desire to mitigate risk and a need for ensuring high quality technical processes. In the past, organisations tended to develop software applications by following waterfall methodologies. These have their place, but can create an inflexible approach to application development

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