Serverless Architecture Could Cure DevOps Pain

Source – informationweek.com Technology has a way of being disrupted the moment you grow accustomed to a new set of processes and procedures. Dealing with change in enterprise IT is simply the nature of the business, and DevOps may be the latest victim of disruption. Read more click here The application delivery process that you have implemented or are working toward implementing will likely have to be retooled. Or it may need to be scrapped altogether, thanks to a shift towards serverless

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10 Tips for an Effective Monitoring Strategy

Source – news.sys-con.com This is the second blog in a series of three in which I expand on some of the points raised in O’Reilly Media’s DevOps for Media & Entertainment report. The first post covered the two essential aspects of DevOps that are often overlooked: communication and empathy. Today, we dive into a more technical topic – monitoring. Monitoring is essential. It tells you if your service is up, down, fast, slow, and functioning as designed. When something inevitably breaks, a monitoring tool can

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Top 10 benefits of cloud computing

Source – information-age.com Gone are the days of the local server. Sure you may still have one as a backup. You may even have rooms filled with local servers, but cloud computing is the way of the future, without a doubt, and it will change how you run your business. Read more click here The cloud is a powerhouse built to run businesses effectively and efficiently, so it’s not surprising that it’s extraordinarily popular. In fact, the cloud becoming so ingrained

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DevOps security has not caught up

Source – networksasia.net With the world’s fourth-largest internet population, Southeast Asia has in recent years become an attractive target for cybercriminals, their task made simpler by an underdeveloped system of data protection laws and weak adoption of cybersecurity best practices. The pace of innovation and rapid adoption of new technologies such as cloud and DevOps also pose further vulnerabilities for Southeast Asia. DevOps is the future, but organizations are not future-proof While seventy (70) percent state their organization plan to – or

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Trai suggests light touch approach to regulate cloud services

Source – telecom.economictimes.indiatimes.com KOLKATA: The sector regulator has advocated a light touch approach to regulate cloud services and urged the telecom department (DoT) to lay out a broad framework for registration of an industry association of cloud service providers (CSPs). The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) said, it would suggest the terms and conditions of registering the proposed CSP industry body once the government cleared its overall recommendations on cloud services issued Wednesday. Such terms and conditions, it said, would include the

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Cyber Exposure : The Next Frontier for Security

Source – cso.com.au The stakes have never been higher when it comes to cybersecurity. Global cyber attacks such as the recent WannaCry ransomware attack is a sobering reminder that cybersecurity is the existential threat of this generation. A new report from Lloyd’s of London estimates a serious cyber attack could cost the global economy more than US $120 billion – as much as catastrophic natural disasters such as Hurricane Katrina and Sandy. According to the report, the most likely scenario is

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Is Cloud The New Home For Cyber Criminals? How To Be Safe?

Source – hostreview.com We remain on the edge of the digital age, where innovation moves rapidly, and our lives have been changed by modern computing. Digitization has brought about an amazing measure of data coursing through the internet. Handling that information has prompted a transformation by how we store and access data. The developing prevalence of cloud computing among organizations could prompt them being the following conceivable focus of cyber criminals. So, that means cloud computing is not safe? No, thats

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Amazon jumps on Kubernetes bandwagon

Source – zdnet.com Kubernetes is the most popular open-source container manager. It’s been officially supported on every cloud platform you’ve ever heard of… with one big exception: Amazon Web Service (AWS). Now, AWS has got on board the Kubernetes bandwagon as well by joining the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) as a platinum member. With this move, all five of the largest cloud providers — AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform, IBM Bluemix, and Alibaba Cloud — are CNCF members. Kubernetes has been validated as the DevOps tool for cloud native computing and

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How to become a ‘dynamic’ cloud user to reap cost and agility benefits

Source – cloudcomputing-news.net As organisations move towards more sophisticated multi-cloud environments, leveraging DevOps, containers and more, they will see greater agility, lower cost, and faster time to market. This is the verdict of digital performance monitoring and management provider New Relic, who gathered more than 500 responses from organisations across the US, UK, Germany, and France. As first reportedby ZDNet, the company put its findings in an eBook, ‘Achieving Serverless Success with Dynamic Cloud and DevOps’. New Relic put organisations into three categories

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Why The Cloud Is The Biggest Disruptor In Every Business Today

Source:- forbes.com The first sign that the cloud was going to take over the world came in 2008 when research firm Gartner introduced cloud computing on its closely-followed hype cycle, which ranks fledgling technologies based on how the market perceives them and how far they are away from mainstream adoption. At the time, Gartner predicted that the cloud was 2-to-5 years away from going mainstream, and few people outside the world of enterprise computing really understood the concept of accessing

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