When DevOps And SecOps Collide: How To Improve Collaboration To Enable Agility

Source – forbes.com There are two kinds of companies today: the ones that are in the cloud and ones that will be in the cloud. The gravitational pull fueled by agility, cost and resource management cannot be resisted. Today’s digital transformation is invigorating companies around the world to increase performance and drive more output. The rush to harness new digital technologies often results in enthusiastic business owners taking initiatives straight to the cloud, putting DevOps and SecOps at odds by allowing

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Weave Cloud for GKE aims to simplify DevOps pipeline

Source – rcrwireless.com Weaveworks announced free tier of Weave Cloud for Google Cloud Platform users. The platform is intended to make it easier to develop, deploy and oversee container-based applications. Weave Cloud is a software-as-a-service leveraged by app developers. It is made to alleviate challenges within the container-production pipeline. The platform can be integrated with CNCF Kubernetes, Docker Swarm/UCP, AWS ECS, Apache Mesos and Mesosphere DC/OS. To reap the benefits of the container-managed platform Kubernetes, DevOps teams have to combine various

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DevOps and cloud set up Amaysim for growth

Source – computerworld.com.au Since its launch in 2010, Amaysim has shaken-up the Australian mobile market, pioneering a bring-your-own handset model and undercutting its more established “dinosaur” rivals with cheap and low-commitment monthly plans. Yet despite its digital-native disruptor status, for the first four years of its existence the company ran on-premise servers and outsourced all of its IT and operations. Over the last three years that situation has been turned on its head. The company’s 20 servers running 100 virtual machines

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10 Top DevOps Barriers And Trends Forecasted For 2018

Source – forbes.com With data indicating that 50% of organizations have implemented DevOps, analysts like Forrester are calling 2018 the “year of enterprise DevOps.” While many enterprises indeed have DevOps practices kicked off, these are early days and barriers to DevOps still exist. Such barriers vary and are based the type of organization, its size, existing processes and degree of deployment scale. A survey we published at the beginning of the year noted the top 10 barriers leading into 2017. Having

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DevOps skill: It’s what software vendors can’t sell you

Source – devopsagenda.techtarget.com One of the more confounding aspects about the hype surrounding DevOps is that, despite the overwhelming belief that it’s the answer to all our problems, there’s a surprising amount of dissent over how to execute DevOps in specific terms. And while it’s bad enough there’s so much noise out there about how to properly “do” DevOps, too many DevOps vendors marketing “DevOps tools” further muddy the waters. While it’s true that the use of certain tools can help facilitate

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5 programming languages you need to know for DevOps

Source – jaxenter.com How can we make sure our DevOps adoption is a success? Are there certain languages that fit DevOps better than others? Today, we take a look at different programming languages to see which is the best approach for DevOps. Quick caveat: if your favorite programming language isn’t on this list, that doesn’t mean it isn’t the bee’s knees. DevOps is a state of mind and a methodological process for technology, not an ironclad one-size-fits-all tech approach. If you’re

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Why container tech is the backbone of DevOps

Source – itpro.co.uk Containerisation is one of the most exciting tech trends to emerge over the last few years. Designed to work at operating system level, it’s a popular virtualisation method that allows IT professionals to deploy and distribute applications easily. This form of application management, which is named after shipping containers, allows almost any application to be stored and transported quickly. Containers, which are simply encapsulated systems, are given their own environments and hosts to run on. This process strips the

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Software vendors line up Kubernetes tasting menu for devops

Source – theregister.co.uk With the advent of KubCon and CloudNativeCon in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday, assorted enterprise vendors have chosen this week to flog their latest devops-oriented wares, before the impending holiday torpor leaves IT folks too distracted, weary or inebriated to care. In the interest of jargon pruning and hype deflation, we present a few such developments here in brief as a sort of Kubernetes-flavored turducken. Kubernetes – a nod to Greeks, container-bearing ships, and those who steer them – is

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Common sense DevSecOps tips for developers

Source – jaxenter.com DevSecOps might be the latest in a long line of tech buzzwords, but it’s actually a fairly practical way at promoting secure tech practices while uniting different spheres of production and operations. But getting into a DevSecOps mindset requires serious collaboration to change processes and tech for the better. As DevSecOps is rapidly becoming the preferred approach for organizations, it becomes even more important to take a moment and make sure everything is heading in the right directions.

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DevOps, microservices key to digital transformation journey

Source – searchmicroservices.techtarget.com Under increasing pressure to build better-quality mobile apps faster, more efficiently and at less cost, businesses in the midst of their digital transformation journey are starting to migrate from large monolithic systems to newer modular, microservices architectures, in which they build independent components and shape them into complete systems. And DevOps, likewise, brings consistency to the development process so companies can continually build and deploy applications and refresh them as often as necessary. The microservices phenomenon “Mobile

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