Improve your DevOps security game with Ansible Vault

Source – opensource.com   You may have your DevOps efforts orchestration nailed down, but you should make improving the operational maturity of such implementations an ongoing effort. One tool I use is Red Hat’s Ansible, which is fantastic for orchestration and configuration management. The low barrier to entry and simplicity of Ansible are why so many people that start using it learn to love it. One feature in Ansible that developers should use more often is Ansible Vault. According to its documentation, the

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Continuous Deployment to Google Cloud Platform with Drone

Source:- nytimes.com Over the course of the last year, the software development teams at The New York Times have been evaluating Google Cloud Platform for use in some of our future projects. To do this, we’ve surveyed a wide variety of software management techniques and tools, and we’ve explored how we might standardize building, testing and deploying our systems on GCP. Our newly formed Delivery and Site Reliability Engineering team came up with two methods of deployment with Google Container

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Cloud & DevOps: An Evolving Relationship for a Better Future

Source:- siliconindia.com The relationship between Cloud and DevOps has been evolving in response to the drastic societal transformations. Users are primarily giving importance to the overall experience rather than the product itself. Enterprises are, therefore, focusing on the packaging of products with services. Such transformations are strengthening the relationship between Cloud and DevOps. IT is leveraging the advantages of cloud to achieve the DevOps needs. This bonding is getting popular. The 21st Century Enterprise is all about creating a long-lasting

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How Not to Write Your Git Update Hooks

Source:- dzone.com This piece contains some lessons learned about my experience optimizing our Git hook performance. The information here is certainly not new but I haven’t found it aggregated and explained in one single place yet. We recently switched our main code repository from SVN to Git, and with that came many challenges and improvements to our software development process. One option that Git offers is hooks. These are small programs or scripts that are run before or after a commit,

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Why 2017 looks like a year of change for software development jobs

Source:- searchcloudapplications.techtarget Software development jobs are in a state of flux. Mobile computing is compressing Agile’s already weekslong-shortened development cycles into mere days. DevOps entwined app development with operations. No-code/low-code tools yanked app building from the ranks of professional programmers, empowering so-called citizen developers. What does 2017 hold in store for application developers? We asked John Carione, who previously worked at EMC, RSA and Adobe, and is currently a product and corporate marketing leader at no-code/low-code vendor QuickBase Inc., based

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Popularity of application containers begins to shadow DevOps, PaaS

Source:- searchsoa.techtarget.com Application container adoption is on the rise, both in terms of market growth and developer interest. According to a report from 451 Research, the application container market will grow from $762 million in 2016 to $2.7 billion by 2020. “Despite making up a relatively small portion of the overall cloud-enabling technologies market, application containers will see the fastest growth compared to other segments, with an estimated CAGR of 40% through 2020,” the report said. When asked about the

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Report: Agile and DevOps provide more benefits together than alone

Source:- sdtimes.com DevOps and agile are two of the most popular ways businesses try to stay ahead of the market, but put them together and they provide even more benefits. A new report, Accelerating Velocity and Customer Value with Agile and DevOps, from a reputed comapny revealed businesses experienced greater customer satisfaction and brand loyalty when integrating agile with DevOops. “What’s particularly interesting in this research is what it’s revealed about the compounded effect of using both agile and DevOps

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9 Predictions of DevOps for 2017

Source:- dzone.com DevOps specialists — examiners and experts, clients, and the top sellers — offer mindful, sagacious, regularly disputable and now and again opposing forecasts on how DevOps and related advancements will develop and affect business in 2017. The forecasts divulge some certain normal changes that reflect how DevOps is developing and changing, making the current year’s rundown particularly intriguing. A portion of the forecasts has an uplifting standpoint, while others anticipate challenges on the DevOps skyline. Huge numbers of the

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Elastic Visibility Into Your Clouds – Without The Strain

Source:- lightreading.com The rapid move to the cloud is understandable since it is so alluring: It is elastic, costs less to operate and manage and is scalable — enhancing business agility. The latest Cisco Global Cloud Index states that by 2020, 92% of workloads will be processed in public and private cloud data centers and just 8% in physical data centers. But in engineering, there is no such thing as getting something for nothing. With cloud migration, the benefits of

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A Word for ”Average Developers”

Source – Dzone.com   I recently got a comment that included this: …this “making code faster” series is pretty useless for the average developer working on the usual application. And I couldn’t disagree more. Now, to be fair, the kind of challenges that we have to deal with while building high-performance database engines are quite different than the kind of challenges that a typical enterprise developer has to deal with. That isn’t quite true; we have the studio, which behaves

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