Ansible Tower 3.3 arrives to make DevOps easier than ever

Source- zdnet.com   Red Hat’s Ansible Tower, like other DevOps tools, such as Chefand Puppet, makes it much easier to manage your IT infrastructure without the blood, sweat, and tears of manually setting up servers, containers, and clouds. With the latest edition, Ansible Tower 3.3, you can do all that with an improved user interface and scaling, and you can now run it on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, Red Hat’s Kubernetes container application platform. Ansible makes it easier to move your resources and applications from platform to platform

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DevOps lessons learned: What I wish I knew sooner

Source – enterprisersproject.com The DevOps movement is nearing its 10th anniversary. A lot has changed since 2009, the year of the first major DevOps conference led by Patrick Debois (now known as the Father of DevOps). Today, DevOps practitioners and enthusiasts are no longer the “lone wolves” at their organizations. DevOps skills are in increasingly high demand as organizations realize that digital transformation requires the speed, agility, and efficiency that come with DevOps. Since DevOps Engineer ranked second in GlassDoor’s 10 Best Jobs in America for 2018, many

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How to manage cultural change while adopting DevOps

Source – itbrief.co.nz With the rise in connected devices, big data, and an ever-increasing number of business applications, enterprises are now operating like continuous software and data factories. The most successful businesses take an agile approach, constantly updating and aligning development output with business requirements. DevOps can be an incredibly successful tool for companies, but there’s one key challenge: putting the right foundations in place. The organisations that are leading the way are already automating parts of the software engineering process

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Why DevOps Is Your Key to Becoming a Digital Entity

Source – informationweek.com I’ve been working with a lot of organizations that are in full-swing with their “digital transformation” initiatives. They’re doing virtualization, cloud, better security, and focusing on improved user mobility. From there, you can throw in a bunch of other market trending words like AI, machine learning, and you’ve got some pretty impressive things down on paper. Sound familiar? It’s quite possible that you’re in your own process to “digitize” your organization. However, a major challenge over these years

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Securing DevOps Without Undermining It

Source – itbusinessedge.com Everybody wants to do DevOps right, and part of that equation is making sure applications and services remain secure even as development and integration transition to a continuous workflow model. But chaos, even the controlled chaos of DevOps, poses a particular challenge to security. It opens up too many attack vectors and introduces too much uncertainty into what is now a very staid, stable data environment. When everything, even infrastructure, is defined and managed as code, security requires

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List Of Top 10 Technologies To Learn In Near Future If You Are An IT Guy

Source:- devopsengineersclub.com & Wikipedia Now a days, lots of students of IT are moving to learn programming languages such as PHP, Java, ASP.NET, Android and so on. But there is a world apart from the programming that needs to be explored. I am not discouraging you for programming. Programming should not be ignored if your are a IT graduates. You must have to be good at any of the programming languages such as python or Java or PHP. But apart from

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More App Dev Models Increase DevOps Pressure

Source – devops.com A bifurcation in types of developers will become more pronounced in the years ahead as more application code moves to the network edge. As that transition continues occurring, the pressure on IT operations to be able to be able to flexibly manage different classes of applications by embracing DevOps processes will correspondingly increase. Mike Piech, vice president and general manager of middleware for Red Hat, said applications running on internet of things (IoT) devices and smartphones present developers

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Get started with AIOps tools

Source – techtarget.com CIOs often lament the number of people and the portion of their budget devoted to keeping the lights on. These are the tasks of IT operations — necessary, but not visible. CIOs would prefer to take charge of innovative projects that bring high value to their organization, but they’re judged by the unglamorous and unexciting uptime and performance stats of underlying computer systems, especially systems tied to revenue generation. Keeping the lights on is quite important to people

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Is DevOps right for financial services?

Source – bobsguide.com When faced with strict regulations and procedures, it can be hard to constantly innovate. It’s especially challenging in the financial services industry where we must develop innovative digital software solutions within an environment controlled by tight regulatory requirements, a desire to mitigate risk and a need for ensuring high quality technical processes. In the past, organisations tended to develop software applications by following waterfall methodologies. These have their place, but can create an inflexible approach to application development

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These are the tech skills you need to survive in Singapore banking: adapt or die

Source – efinancialcareers.com Barely a week goes by without a major bank announcing a restructure, transformation programme, or rebalancing of their strategy, especially here in Asia. Despite this, banks are still investing heavily in technology in Singapore, but the mix of skills they need is changing. As they seek to achieve digital transformation to engage better with customers and hold off fintech start-ups, they need technology people who can collaborate with peers in other professional disciplines, both within the bank and with vendors,

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