Continuous Deployment

DevOps or Agile: Which do software developers prefer?

Source – itweb.co.za While Agile is by far the most popular software development methodology, high-performing software development teams are more likely to have a DevOps culture. That was one of the findings of the Gitlab Global Developer Survey which took place towards the end of 2017. Of the 5 300 software professionals from around the world who participated in the survey, about 1.5% were from Africa. The majority of respondents were from Europe (46%) and North America (36%). According to the Gitlab 2018 Global Developer Report,

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Security in DevOps Is Lagging Despite Advantages and Opportunities

Source – bwcio.businessworld.in Synopsys Inc. has released new data that highlights the opportunities and challenges of DevSecOps, an emerging paradigm in which DevOps teams incorporate application security into their continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) workflows. The 451 Research report commissioned by Synopsys, DevSecOps Realities and Opportunities, analyses survey results from 350 enterprise decision-makers at large enterprises across a variety of industries. The study found that only half of CI/CD workflows include application security testing elements despite respondents citing awareness

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Why software resilience should be the real goal of DevOps

Source – techtarget.com Years ago, I worked for an organization that prided itself on its internal controls for software. Using a work order, developers had to get every box checked and then outline the steps to move the code to production. If there was a problem, systems would be down, and any “fix” would require a similar rigorous — and documented — process. That single-minded focus on reliability meant we had to batch changes together into projects and roll out less often. It became a

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The Two Key Ways to Monitor DevOps Projects

Source – itbusinessedge.com One of the chief challenges in monitoring DevOps projects is the fact that the resulting application or service is usually pushed out to the cloud or a mobile platform. In many cases, this involves third-party infrastructure and/or monitoring solutions, which can leave the enterprise blind to key performance data. To accommodate this, DevOps teams will need to incorporate two practices that aim to gauge performance across distributed architectures: synthetic monitoring and real user monitoring (RUM). The difference lies in the

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DevSecOps: How to get your team on board

Source – enterprisersproject.com A funny thing happened as IT embraced DevOps and broke down longstanding silos between teams: Many organizations created new silos in their place, around security. “We found through our research that DevOps and security teams are already operating in silos, and the rush to the cloud is exacerbating this disconnect,” says Pete Cheslock, senior director at Threat Stack. “Teams are increasingly isolated, and they’re facing a steep learning curve.” This is why you’re increasingly hearing the term DevSecOps. You’re forgiven if you’re skeptical

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What Are the Right Metrics for DevOps?

Source – itbusinessedge.com DevOps is not merely a technology upgrade but a change to business cultures, processes and models. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that few organizations have a handle as to exactly what makes a successful transition. One of the biggest mistakes is thinking that traditional performance metrics can give you an idea of what is working, and what isn’t, in a DevOps environment. While it is true that things like resource utilization, network traffic patterns, storage consumption

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Qualys brings web application security to DevOps

Source – helpnetsecurity.com Qualys announced new functionality in its web application security offerings that helps teams automate and operationalize global DevSecOps throughout the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC), drastically reducing the cost of remediating application security flaws prior to production. Qualys Web Application Scanning (WAS) 6.0 now supports Swagger version 2.0, a new native plugin for Jenkins for automated vulnerability scanning of web applications, and the new Qualys Browser Recorder. New functionality Qualys WAS 6.0 and new capabilities include: Scanning of Swagger-based

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The integration of DevOps and security

Source – jaxenter.com The cloud delivers to enterprises operational and management advantages by being agile, user friendly, and optimized to scale. It also enables IT teams to apply continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) methods to deliver applications and functionality more rapidly. By using the development and delivery methodology known as DevOps, the entire organization can be more responsive to customer and market needs and deliver innovation continuously. Speed is the essence of DevOps; the idea is to iterate, iterate, iterate, and get

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DevOps success: Why continuous is a key word

Source – enterprisersproject.com “Customers are dropping off our website. Do we need to work on our load times?” “Users can’t open the camera function on our mobile app. How can we fix it?”  “Twitter and Snapchat are down. How can we make sure our web and mobile applications don’t experience the same technical glitches?” Do any of these sound familiar to your organization’s developers? Today’s consumers want bigger and better technologies, tools and features, and they want them now. For most

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GitLab collaborates with Google Cloud on app deployment

Source – sdtimes.com GitLab announced a new collaboration with Google Cloud to offer native integration into Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE). This new integration aligns with GitLab’s vision of Auto DevOps. Auto DevOps is GitLab’s way of automating DevOps and delivering ideas to production faster. It consists of a collection of build, test and deployment features. The new integration aims to simplify the complexity of setting up and deploying to a Kubernetes cluster. It will also automatically configure CI/CD pipelines to build,

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