DevOps Tools

A guide to continuous testing tools

Source – sdtimes.com CA Technologies: Only CA delivers next-generation, integrated solutions that enable test environment simulation; automatic test case creation, even from requirements; on-demand test data management; orchestration that progresses applications from phase to phase based upon the passing of test cases; SaaS-based performance testing; and open source integrations with tools like JMeterTM, Jenkins, Selenium, Appium, and more. CA’s continuous testing solutions enable a robust continuous delivery model, so your organization can meet the demands of today’s application economy. HPE:

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Top Continuous Integration Tools

Source – perl.sys-con.com Poorly managed development projects are bound to crash eventually. It’s likely happened to you a dozen of times already. While writing code can be a lot of fun, managing code and dependencies can quickly become a maze of its own when you’re dealing with the continuous growth of your codebase and feature branches. At Stackify, we aim to make the lives of developers easier (and less frazzling). One way to de-stress your work is with the aid of

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10 Steps to Success with Your Distributed Network Monitoring

Source – opsview.com Setting up distributed network monitoring in mission critical production environments is a complex task; configuration can be challenging and mistakes costly. Opsview takes away much of the manual labor required to set-up your monitoring system with rapid Autodiscovery and REST API. Combined with powerful network and process mapping capabilities Opsview enables you to quickly set-up your monitoring and easily see how servers, applications and services are performing. Here’s 10 ways Opsview helps make your distributed network monitoring deployment

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DevOps Maturity Model report: trends and best practices in 2017

Source – atlassian.com DevOps has been a cultural force in the world of software and operations for 10 years. Like many grassroots movements, DevOps practices have been slowly but steadily gaining traction among operations and software teams in all sorts of industries. But where has 10 years of cultural change, infrastructure improvement, and tooling gotten us? To answer this question, we partnered up with xMatters, one of our strategic technology partners that integrates with our products to provide a collaboration layer for DevOps, to

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5 reasons developers love containers

Source:- cio.com Linux containers have been around for almost a decade, but it was only with the release of Docker four years ago that large numbers of developers began to adopt the technology. Now it seems that containers are everywhere and their popularity continues to rise. Containers have become such an important part of the IT landscape that server virtualization giants like VMware and Microsoft have had to go out of their way to accommodate them. VMware now offers a

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CA Technologies (CA) Completes the Purchase of Veracode

Source:- nasdaq.com CA Technologies CA recently announced that it has completed the acquisition of a Burlington security software company Veracode, for approximately $614 million in cash. The deal, signed in early March, was subject to customary closing conditions. Founded in 2006, Veracode offers cloud-based software that helps organisations to run large-scale performance and load tests quickly, easily and inexpensively during the building and deployment process. The company serves more than 1,400 customers, which includes Boeing and Thomson Reuters, and its

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Using Docker Behind a Proxy

Last updated:Tuesday, March 28, 2017 In today’s article, I am going to explore a common pain point for anyone running Docker in a large corporate environment. Today I’ll show how to use Docker without direct internet access. By default, Docker assumes that the system running Docker and executing Docker commands has general access to the internet. Often in large corporate networks this is simply not the case. More often than not, a corporate network will route all internet traffic through

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Has DevOps changed the role of a tester?

Source:- hackernoon.com DevOps, should be the replacement of process, in the form of out-of-date Wiki pages, the one person in the team that knows how to configure the servers correctly, or that person you always go to in order to fix the database issues, with automation. Everything-as-code. Infrastructure-as-code, Networking-as-code and database-upgrades as code. But in this world of everything-as-code, whose responsibility is it to test it? Does the role of the tester still have to be limited to the core

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Seven ways the mature Docker container architecture changes the game

Source:- techtarget.com What does the architecture of a containerized system look like, and how have Docker container architectures evolved as Docker matures? The answer to this question can be found by examining the different layers of infrastructure required to host containerized applications. What is a container architecture? Simply put, a container architecture is the hardware and infrastructure set up to host an application within containers. Managing a Docker container architecture is different from running just a single container. Running a

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What CIOs need to know about containers

What CIOs need to know about containers Source: ciodive.com Software development in the enterprise is no longer something left to technology companies alone. Rather, organizations across sectors have found the need for apps and software to service both customers and internal stakeholders. Whether application creation takes place internally or is contracted out, companies are investing in software that best suits their organizational needs, giving rise to new development technologies and methodologies. One such technology — software containers — has allowed

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