Code Development Still not Seeing Security Involvement

Source:- infosecurity-magazine.com Code development should have security built in from the start to avoid headaches further along the line, and tools and processes exist to make this possible. Speaking at the Checkmarx “Shift Left” conference in central London, security researcher Troy Hunt said that it is hard to put numbers on security of code, and it is hard to look at code once it is written and determine if it is good or bad, but if it is bad, it

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How DevOps went mainstream in 2016

Source:- itproportal.com 2016 was the year that DevOps became part of IT organisations’ everyday language. While forward thinking, agile businesses have embraced DevOps from the outset, what we’re seeing now is what, in the Technology Adoption Lifecycle are known as “the late majority” shifting towards new DevOps practices. Bringing development and operations together to deliver what a business needs, quickly, reliably, flexibly defines the DevOps approach. It can transform how an organisation works, breaking down traditional barriers between IT teams

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Engineering Your IT DevOps Career Pathway

Source – cbtnuggets.com DevOps still is new enough that certifications are evolving and emerging. In time, the IT industry will make clear what certifications are most necessary and most highly valued, but until then, we have some suggestions for training and certification pathways to help you engineer a successful DevOps career. IT Certification and Training Pathways DevOps emerged as a response to the challenges of siloed Dev and IT departments, resulting in failures. Generally, the goal is to solve those issues,

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Basic DevOps Principles and its 5 Unsung Tools

Source – ibm.com What is DevOps The term “DevOps” typically refer to the emerging professional movement that advocates a collaborative working relationship between Development and IT Operations, resulting in the fast flow of planned work (i.e., high deploy rates), while simultaneously increasing the reliability, stability, resilience and security of the production environment. Our DevOps online training enlightens you on how DevOps differs from Agile. One tenet of the Agile development process is to deliver working software in smaller and more frequent increments, as opposed

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DevOps trends emerging for 2017 and beyond

  Source:- enterprisersproject.com As the year draws to a close, we look towards the future and the emerging trends that are set to shape the world of software delivery for 2017 and beyond. One of the most powerful, overarching trends we saw in the recent year is the growing adoption and maturity of DevOps practices. From its grassroots, small-teams beginnings, DevOps has mushroomed and is now at the point of becoming the standard way of working (or rather, the pursuit and

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4 considerations for Machine Learning System in Production

Source:- infoworld.com Writing a recommendation engine isn’t easy, but at least it’s straightforward. Given a large data set and some symptoms, you can determine what disease a patient might have. The problem is getting that recommendation engine, written in R or Python, and integrating it with an existing medical records system written in a more traditional language and delivered over the web. Most of the attempts to do this look a bit like a wonderful mosaic quilt … with a

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Why 2017 will belong to open source ?

Source:- ETCIO.com A few years ago, open source was the less-glamourous and low-cost alternative in the enterprise world, and no one would have taken the trouble to predict what its future could look like. Fast-forward to 2016, many of us will be amazed by how open source has become the de facto standard for nearly everything inside an enterprise. Open source today is the primary engine for innovation and business transformation. Cost is probably the last reason for an organisation

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Turn your DevOps volume up to 11 and seize the business opportunity

Source:- cloudcomputing-news.net “These go to 11.” One of the great lines from the classic mockumentary – This is Spinal Tap. Spoken by fictional rock guitarist Nigel Tufnel in the wonderful scene where he proudly shows off how his amplifier has a volume range of 0 to 11. Still hilarious after 30-odd years. With DevOps and continuous delivery, organisations can also shoot for 11 – striving to take automation to its ultimate limit and then exceeding it. One hundred software deployments

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DevOps: The top three hottest trends for 2017

Source:- itbrief.co.nz DevOps have quickly become an integral part of modern enterprises. This is largely because they remove the silos between the development and operations teams, helping organisations to achieve greater digital agility. CA Technologies recently announced three trends in DevOps it expects will come under the spotlight in 2017 – interestingly, they’re not specifically about development or operations, but are instead testing, security and metrics. “As organisations race to deliver innovations to market, they will find that ensuring the

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Puppet Announces Sixth Annual State of DevOps Survey

Source:- yahoo.com PORTLAND, OR–(Marketwired – Jan 17, 2017) – Puppet, the standard for automating the delivery and operation of the software that powers everything around us, today announced it has launched the 2017 State of DevOps Survey in collaboration with DevOps Research & Assessment (DORA), the leader in DevOps research and evidence-based technology assessment. Now in its sixth year, the State of DevOps Survey and Report has surveyed more than 25,000 IT professionals around the world, making it the most in-depth

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