How DevOps can reshape the global economy: Study

Source-digitaljournal.com A new report, from Google Cloud, provides a comprehensive view of the growing DevOps industry, with scientific studies that span five years and more than 30,000 survey responses. The new report has been assembled by Dr. Nicole Forsgren, Jez Humble and Gene Kim, of the DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA) organization, and it is called “Accelerate: State of DevOps 2018: Strategies for a New Economy”. The research has been undertaken in conjunction with in collaboration with Google Cloud. An

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Azure DevOps – Why It’s A Big Deal For Microsoft And The Community

Source-forbes.com Microsoft has recently announced the rebranding of Visual Studio Team Service (VSTS) to Azure DevOps. VSTS, an extension of Visual Studio – the flagship integrated development environment from Microsoft – enabled architects, developers, and testers to collaboratively design, develop and test software. Though it may seem like yet another rebranding exercise, Azure DevOps is much more than that. It is a strategic move from Microsoft with an aim to establish itself as a segment leader in the DevOps market.

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Puppet Delivers 2018 State of DevOps Report with Five Stage Plan for DevOps Success

Source-bdaily.co.uk DevOps in 2018 is a big deal. Most, if not all, enterprises have some sort of DevOps initiatives, and many have become non-stop software and data factories, operating 24×7. However, succeeding with DevOps has proved challenging and results vary wildly between companies. In an effort to solve this problem, Puppet has released its State of DevOps Report this week. According to Puppet, one of the main goals of this report was to understand the DevOps journey and how organisations

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Ansible Tower 3.3 arrives to make DevOps easier than ever

Source-zdnet.com   Red Hat’s Ansible Tower, like other DevOps tools, such as Chefand Puppet, makes it much easier to manage your IT infrastructure without the blood, sweat, and tears of manually setting up servers, containers, and clouds. With the latest edition, Ansible Tower 3.3, you can do all that with an improved user interface and scaling, and you can now run it on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, Red Hat’s Kubernetes container application platform. Ansible makes it easier to move your resources and applications from platform to platform as

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There is No Magic Recipe to Adopting DevOps

Source-devops.com Over the past five years, we have seen more and more organizations of every size trying to adopt DevOps practices. However, we’re still expecting adoption rates to continue to rise—we have not yet reached “peak DevOps.” The motivations behind this comes from the need to reduce time to market, deliver better quality software, reduce operational costs and, ultimately, improve productivity and stay competitive. More enterprises are changing their business models by digitizing their business processes. We’re also seeing increased

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Better, faster, cheaper software with DevOps, but is it secure?

Source-theregister.co.uk Webcast The future of DevOps is all about speeding up software development and deployment, aided by cloud-based infrastructure, Restful APIs and open-source software. There’s a general assumption that if everyone can see the open-source code, the chances are somebody somewhere has spotted any vulnerabilities and fixed them. Join the forums and you will see they are full of recently discovered exploits and patches. But with the bad guys stepping up the pace of their attacks, changing methods, swapping techniques and

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Cloud computing is making data centers more efficient.

Source-digitaljournal.com Cloud computing is changing the way many businesses deploy applications, control users, and deliver resources. The ability to interconnect data centers enables organizations of all sizes to be more agile and cost-effective — and become more competitive. Data centers are complex systems, composed of elements like routers, switches, security devices, storage systems, servers and application delivery controllers. Today many businesses have an option to provision a virtual data center in the cloud. A cloud data center ensures more power, safer data,

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DevOps Ethics: The Danger of Unethical Code

Source-devops.com The accident could not have come at a worse time for Uber. Already under scrutiny following several high-profile lawsuits for sexual harassment, intellectual property theft and other accusations that played at least as significant role in founder and former CEO Travis Kalanick’s departure, the ride-hailing firm’s driverless test vehicle was involved in a fatal pedestrian accident earlier this year. It was later revealed the test driver, who was paid to take over driving in case of an emergency, was

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Jenkins addresses service instability, brittle configuration and more problems with two innovative approaches

Source-dailyhostnews.com Jenkins is shifting gears on its platform to address a number of problems like service instability, brittle configuration, and more for Jenkins developers. As an open source automation server, the Jenkins offers hundreds of plugins to support developers build, deploy and automate the projects. Released in 2011, the platform is currently having thousands of contributors and millions of users. However, the Jenkins developers face several challenges in the development cycle of a software project. Enterprises nowadays are running bigger

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6 DevOps culture mistakes holding you back

Source-enterprisersproject.com Having a strong DevOps culture is like having good taste. Everyone wants it – but is everyone equipped with the skills, instincts, and sheer luck needed to actually have it? The reality is, building a great DevOps culture is easier said than done. Here are the major challenges facing strong DevOps cultures and how to overcome them. 1. Inability to give and listen to feedback Teams must learn how to give and receive feedback if they are to improve and take

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