Putting Security on Par with DevOps

Source- darkreading.com DevSecOps: It’s not a very friendly acronym. It reeks of techno-babble, sounds a little military, and resists a consumer connection. But think again. This is a vital discipline that’s directly relevant to every enterprise and every individual, particularly within cloud infrastructures, and has long deserved greater attention. Maybe that’s why we’re now seeing greater research and more discussion devoted to the subject. But what’s really at stake here? And what needs to happen next? First, let’s understand the

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Automation testing skills define the future, says Africonology CEO

Source- intelligentcio.com In 2016, the global test automation market was valued at around US$16 billion. And, in a study done by Zion Market Research, the company predicted that this market will reach US55 billion by 2022 with a CAGR of just over 23% from 2017. Driven by Digital Transformation and measurable benefits to business and process, the test automation market is seeing steady growth. However, according to Mandla Mbonambi, founding CEO of Africonology, there is a critical need to invest

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Compuware brings agile and DevOps to the mainframe

Source- sdtimes.com A majority of enterprises are running their mission-critical apps on the mainframe, but a lack of mainframe expertise is getting in the way of successful development and deployment. A recent study from Forrester revealed 64 per cent of enterprises plan to run more than half their critical app solutions on the mainframe, but only 37 per cent have been able to keep up with the mainframe workforce demand. To ease the pain, Compuware is updating its zAdviser solution

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Container-Based Database Platforms: Fueling DevOps

Source- containerjournal.com Database systems traditionally have relied on rather complex, OS-specific clustering technology to provide high availability. Depending on vendor and configuration, these technologies included shared storage devices, transaction-based replication, storage replication or some combination thereof. In many cases, these configurations required complex storage and network configuration supported by multiple teams at significant cost. As the use of virtualization became more widespread, virtual machines offered a degree of high availability, and many hypervisors offered some form of disaster recovery provided

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5 Reasons DevOps And Security Need To Work Together

Source- forbes.com There is nothing like speeding up your business processes and development cycles is there? DevOps has revolutionized the way businesses meet the constantly evolving needs of their customers, without sacrificing productivity. Even as good as it sounds, it can still come at a price if DevOps and security are not working together. With the speed at which new iterations are released, it can be tough for security to keep up. In fact, 68 per cent of cybersecurity professionals are demanded

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Is ‘Continuous Delivery with Docker and Jenkins’ right for you?

Source- searchitoperations.techtarget.com Continuous Delivery with Docker and Jenkins by Rafal Leszko is a comprehensive book that presents the requirements for successful DevOps implementation and management in organizations of all sizes. Continuous Delivery with Docker and Jenkins is a valuable resource to have available when you need examples of organizations that practice CD methods via Docker for containers and Jenkins for CI/CD. The book contrasts traditional delivery methods and their challenges with CD, which Leszko portrays as the best solution. Leszko thoroughly familiarizes the reader

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Best practices for DevOps compliance and reusability

Source- devopsagenda.techtarget.com Organizations really need to ask why they adopted DevOps in the first place and how they intend to push and present a DevOps model to the rest of the company. In order to scale to full maturity with a model-driven approach, organizations will need to heed these best practices for DevOps models. Governance and compliance Some companies look at governance and compliance as, “We need to check all these boxes.” Others see governance and compliance as, “We have

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Adobe Debuts New Capabilities for DevOps in Adobe Experience Manager

Source- readitquik.com Adobe recently announced the debut of new abilities in Adobe Experience Manager, which is a part of Adobe Experience Cloud. The company is introducing its industry-first Single Page Application (SPA) Editor that enables front-end developers as well as experience authors to preview an SPA, view the JavaScript, and edit content, including video, text, and images. Thanks to this new ability, SPA content can be edited and managed in-context, helping marketing teams to easily preview content and cut down time spent on

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Steps on the Journey to DevOps

Source- devops.com There was a time when people thought DevOps was a simple movement that didn’t need to be defined. I have always been told that big leaps won’t get you to your destination immediately, but little steps will get you there one day. For DevOps, the day has come, gaining mindshare among organizations and given importance like never before. However, certain companies are unable to understand what’s going on in their respective industries or how one they make their digital operations

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Linux Foundation helps blend automation and cloud-native communities

Source- fiercetelecom.com The Linux Foundation announced a deeper collaboration between telecom and cloud industry leaders that should lead to better cloud-native use cases. The Linux Foundation’s LF Networking (LFN) is formally working with the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) to improve the migration of virtual network function (VNFs) to cloud-native network functions (CNFs). ONAP, which is a part of LF Networking, and CNCF’s Kubernetes are coming together as operators start to look at how VNFs could evolve into CNFs running

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