A business and DevOps communication crash course for developers

Source – techtarget.com Under the hood of every enterprise, the same war wages: technical vs. business teams. On the technical side, you have developers, engineers, operations and IT professionals. And, on the business front, you have the C-suite, sales and marketing. It’s a clash of two different worlds. A persistent point of contention that fuels this ongoing DevOps communication battle is the lack of common vocabulary. On the surface, it may seem like technical and business teams are working against each

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The cloud for DevOps: Tools and tips to consider

Source – techtarget.com Moving applications and operations to the cloud can be scary, even when you know the payoff can be big. Indeed, cloud technology can empower your organization and provide the on-demand resources your developers need. But when you start to build the cloud for DevOps, you will face at least two challenges. First, the staff will likely have a steep learning curve. Also, the staff must be kept happy as it learns to perform DevOps correctly, and avoids unforced errors

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Forget DevOps — Is the future of cloud NoOps?

Source – fedscoop.com Though the gospel of DevOps has been a key feature in federal agencies’ playbook for cloud adoption, that’s not where the future is headed, industry stakeholders said Thursday. The buzzword-worthy strategy of integrating an agency’s engineering (Dev) and operations (Ops) teams to approach a large-scale software project through agile development and iterative testing has been a staple of the federal government’s IT modernization best practices. It’s even gone as far as to spawn buzzier titles reflecting a desire to loop in cybersecurity

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The How and Where of DevOps Automation

Source – itbusinessedge.com The key challenge to automating a DevOps environment is figuring out what to automate, and how. Multiple platforms are available to help in this quest, of course, but in the end, the enterprise needs to craft its own unique solution based on legacy infrastructure, operational goals, corporate culture, and a host of other factors. And as a steady stream of financiers of a certain fictional prehistoric biological theme park keep finding out, over-reliance on automation can be just as problematic

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How Important Is Open Source for DevOps, Really?

Source – devops.com Depending on your perspective, you might believe that DevOps and open source go hand in hand. Or you may think that, quite to the contrary, the two have little to do with each other. There are good arguments to be made for both interpretations. Let’s explore these two ways of thinking about the relationship between DevOps and open source. Match Made in Heaven? In certain respects, the two share a great deal of core philosophical overlap. Both movements

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Re-Architecting Log Management for DevOps

Source – itbusinessedge.com Log management in a DevOps environment requires a lot more than just the right platform. As enterprises become more steeped in DevOps processes, tools like deep visibility and AI-driven analytics are proving invaluable to continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD). But in many cases, even the most advanced of these technologies will fail to produce the desired results if not implemented and orchestrated properly. Among the initial questions organizations face when revamping their log practices is what components to log and

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GitLab Moves to Automate DevOps

Source  – devops.com GitLab is looking to eliminate the pain of setting up and maintaining DevOps processes by making available an option that automates DevOps processes end to end using a prescriptive approach defined by GitLab. The latest version of GitLab includes an Auto DevOps option that organizations can employ to automate the building, testing, code-quality scanning, security scanning, license scanning, packaging, performance testing, deploying and monitoring their applications. GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij said the company is now able to make this service

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Integrating Blockchain and DevOps

Source – devops.com Blockchain is one of today’s hottest technology buzzwords. And at the same time, the concept of DevOps has achieved acceptance and is gaining momentum. Blockchain and DevOps already offer a number of benefits individually. Together, they can provide significant tactical and strategic advantages. However, some challenges must be overcome simply to adopt blockchain, as well as to successfully merge blockchain and DevOps. What is Blockchain? Let’s start with an overview of blockchain. Many people mistakenly conflate cryptocurrency and

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Serverless Computing: Moving from DevOps to NoOps

Source – devops.com While some organizations do better than others when it comes to implementing DevOps, almost everyone agrees it’s a concept easier penned to paper than pinned to reality. The idea of integrating development and operations is smart, but the implementation proves troublesome. A replacement option is thus largely welcomed by developers everywhere. Enter the new concept of NoOps, which means dropping operations from any consideration during the development cycle. It’s not that operations are being ignored; that would be

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Global DevOps Tool Market 2018 Developements- Atlassian, Chef, Red Hat and Puppet Labs

Source – theperfectinvestor.com The recent report on Global DevOps Tool market begins with a description of the product, definition, scope of product and classification, specifications and DevOps Tool market outlook. The report provides DevOps Tool market forecast period from 2018 to 2023. It includes a thorough analysis of DevOps Tool market growth factors, static data, the top manufacturers/major players, and geographical region-wise analysis. It analyses historical DevOps Tool market values to work on latest market needs and estimate future market propensity. It composes

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