Continuous Deployment

Kubernetes 1.13 Improves Cloud-Native Storage Features

Source- eweek.com Kubernetes 1.13 was released on Dec. 3, providing users of the popular open-source cloud-native platform with new features to help make it easier to manage, deploy and operate containers in production. Among the features that are now generally available in Kubernetes 1.13 is the kubeadmin administration tool for configuring services. The Container Storage Interface (CSI) is another new generally available feature providing a stable abstraction layer for different third-party storage plugins. Additionally, with Kubernetes 1.13, CoreDNS is now the

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Vanguard CIO: Is what you’re doing “true” agile?

Source- enterprisersproject.com Recently, I went out after work with a friend who wanted to pick my brain about agile. He had just landed a new job and his new organization was adopting agile principles. Excited for him, I began asking all kinds of questions. How frequently do they deploy software? Were they building microservices? Were they looking at public cloud? I watched his excitement drain a bit as he explained that they deploy relatively infrequently and had not discussed “breaking down the monolith” or

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THE LAST MILE FOR ANALYTICS

Source- analyticsinsight.net The promise of machine learning (ML) is vast and investment is increasing, but the results are lagging because too many projects don’t make it to production in an operational system. A Wall Street data scientist recently said to me, “It took us two months to build and train the model and six months to deploy it.” This is the norm. Analytics leaders cite deployment and productionization – aka the “last mile” – as the biggest bottleneck for analytics and ML

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Role of DevOps in Mobile App Development

Source- devops.com Emerged out of Agile methods in 2001, DevOps basically represents a fundamental departure from the traditional waterfall software development approach. DevOps is a modern software development method that focuses mainly on the effective collaboration between software developers, project managers and operations staff, while also aligning with business goals at the same time. DevOps came into being when developers and operations staff came together to more effectively overcome the challenges associated with continuous software delivery. DevOps in Mobile Applications Peerbits takes a

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Grow rapidly into a continuous delivery pipeline

Source- searchitoperations.techtarget.com If the only thing colourful about your deployments is the language, evaluate canary and blue/green environments. One application engineering team found that continuous delivery (CD) makes the rapid-fire updates to a high volume of microservices orderly and manageable. But to truly reap the benefits, they must find ways to minimize the blast radius of live code and to catch and roll back anything that mars user experience (UX). Ibotta, a Denver-based mobile rewards app provider, adopted a continuous delivery

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What Is AIOps & Why It Is The Future Of IT Operations

Source- analyticsindiamag.com The term AIOps which means “algorithmic IT operations” was coined by a research firm refers to the integration of analytics and machine learning for scaling and improving various IT operations. AIOps is positioned as a continuous integration and continuous deployment for core IT functions and has two main components — big data and ML. It denotes a shift from siloed data to a more dynamic business environment which will be crucial for digital transformation. AIOps platforms are popularly defined as software

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DevSecOps: Focus training on 3 key areas

  Source- enterprisersproject.com DevOps, with its fast and frequent release cycles, is the new environment that organizations need to contend with in order to stay competitive in the market. It is especially challenging when security considerations come into play since developers don’t often have secure coding expertise and since security practices traditionally stall release cycles. Despite its necessity, establishing a DevSecOps environment in an organization is no simple feat; it is a complicated, multi-layered process, and much of its success relies on the reinforcement of strong

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Should You Migrate Your DevOps Architecture to the Cloud?

Source- informationweek.com This is the question I’m helping numerous customers answer right now. Development operations and the creation of a continuous development cycle are somewhat of a new concept. Ever since development leaders saw that working with broken release cycles, coding practices, and heterogenous tools actually slowed the entire process down, we’ve seen massive movement around today’s modern DevOps culture. Before we go on, I need to touch on the concept of legacy. At a high level, this is any process

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Container security starts with Kubernetes

Source- jaxenter.com The rise of container technology is undeniable, and it’s not hard to see why. By offering greater DevOps flexibility as well as an optimized build/deployment pipeline, container technology is allowing companies and their development teams to build faster, deploy software more efficiently and operate at an unprecedented scale. Gartner estimates that 50 per cent of companies will leverage container technology by 2020, up from roughly 20 per cent in 2017, and this momentum is sure to continue to rapidly increase. In

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Linux Foundation helps blend automation and cloud-native communities

Source- fiercetelecom.com The Linux Foundation announced a deeper collaboration between telecom and cloud industry leaders that should lead to better cloud-native use cases. The Linux Foundation’s LF Networking (LFN) is formally working with the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) to improve the migration of virtual network function (VNFs) to cloud-native network functions (CNFs). ONAP, which is a part of LF Networking, and CNCF’s Kubernetes are coming together as operators start to look at how VNFs could evolve into CNFs running

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