2019 is the year that Agile and DevOps go large

Source- computing.co.uk ‘At scale’ or ‘large-scale’ Agile and DevOps development – sometimes separately but often in the same breath – was a topic that has been cropping up more frequently in the enterprise-IT world. The ‘scale’ message is topical because it chimes with how software development increasingly involves the entire enterprise. For instance, IoT products cover hardware and software engineering, while video game development encompasses coders and artists with various specialities. This broader application of Agile is also affected by having to

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What DevOps Can Teach Us About Cybersecurity

Source- securityboulevard.com DevOps and cybersecurity are both top priorities for many enterprises, as well as areas that have experienced considerable innovation recently. And even though these are two very different sides of IT, there are lessons to be learned between the two. Both areas are in the midst of major transitions. For application development, the shift is from slow, monolithic releases too fast and responsive development cycles. For cybersecurity, the shift is from the old perimeter block/allow enforcement model to more

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Can IT admins benefit from a DevOps environment?

Source- searchdatacenter.techtarget.com If DevOps is implemented poorly, it increases the pressure on admins to deal with uncontrolled code rollouts in the operational environment, which can drain hardware resources and increase troubleshooting time. However, a good DevOps environment with all the right checks and balances in place reduces the number of mind-numbing tasks that admins face, and it provides more time for interesting, value-add tasks that help the business. DevOps also gives admins oversight of developers. Powerful DevOps tools place all the correct filters

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How CI/CD Can Fast-Track Next-Gen Media Rollouts.

Source- searchitoperations.techtarget.com Online video consumption has been increasing tremendously with rapid change in consumer expectations to have seamless viewing experience across various digital devices. To capture this growing demand, it is critical for digital service providers (DSPs) to deliver fast-track rollout of next-gen media services. Moreover, to counter the growing influence of over-the-top content providers (OTTs), DSPs must deliver media services that are high quality, right the first time and consistent, along with creating competitive advantage through speed to market. However,

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Defining DevOps success: the 5 stages of DevOps evolution.

Source- networksasia.net DevOps is changing the way organizations look at application and infrastructure solutions today. By reducing redundancies and automating mundane processes, organizations are able to reap the benefits of adopting DevOps practices to increase agility, create a more collaborative work environment and enable IT to respond to business requirements faster With the Asia Pacific DevOps market expected to grow at a CAGR of 20.2% between 2017 and 2023, and more organizations recognizing the opportunity to adopt DevOps, mapping out the

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DevOps at Trainline has been a ‘great adventure’

Source- computing.co.uk In 2015, Trainline adopted DevOps in a bid to speed delivery. It started by virtualising services and containerising them, and the new platforms demanded a new way of working. Sana Essid is a platform operations engineer at Trainline. With the infrastructure hosted on AWS, this mostly entails monitoring the cloud services, building new containerised microservices and helping to standardise the architecture. An operations engineer for 15 years at a number of different organisations, she has seen some big changes in

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DevOps consolidation continues with JFrog and Shippable

Source- searchsoftwarequality.techtarget.com JFrog’s recent acquisition of Shippable is one of many moves in the DevOps market as software vendors look to provide a single source for developers who want to consolidate their toolboxes. JFrog’s Feb. 21 acquisition adds CI/CD to the company’s comprehensive DevOps platform. Previously, JFrog encouraged developers to use the CI/CD server of their choice. It still does that, except now the company can provide its own product for customers who want one place to support DevOps from code commit

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A Glance at Five Important Aspects of DevOps

Source- dzone.com DevOps can be defined correctly as a methodology, philosophy, or ideology. The DevOps principle is to reduce the gap between development teams (processes) and processes (Ops). In other words, it is a methodology that includes the Dev and Ops formats, which leads to improved workflow to deliver programs faster and at the same time with high quality. DevOps facilitates continuous delivery so deployments can be made if necessary and on demand. This can be achieved by ensuring that the

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How DevOps And Agile Are Influencing Automation in Business

Source- customerthink.com One of the factors affecting business health is control of its bottom line. Today, more businesses are realizing improved bottom lines through DevOps automation. While the number of success stories from DevOps automation increase, businesses that are most successful appears to recognize that its importance is due to the fact that technology offers an opportunity to automate the repetitive processes that introduce risk through errors and ultimately improve the organization’s bottom line. The not so surprising result of

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Electric Cloud Aims to Make DevOps More Accessible

Source- devops.com Electric Cloud today unfurled the Winter 2019 edition of the ElectricFlow platform for managing DevOps, which makes it easier for different classes of users to tailor the platform to meet their specific needs. Sam Fell, vice president of marketing for Electric Cloud, said the latest release of ElectricFlow allows end users to choose from different personas based on their role in the organization, and each persona has a user interface crafted to surface the level of detail they most

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