A new DevOps survey underscores demand for automation

Source – searchsoftwarequality.techtarget.com Software testing toolmaker LogiGear Corp. just released a new DevOps survey, and based on the results, it is clear there is lingering confusion about the development methodology. One DevOps survey participant summed it up: “Agile and Scrum were concrete processes that led to tangible and positive results in the workplace. On the other hand, I have yet to understand the term DevOps, except as a meaningless buzzword that has had zero effect to our work processes.” According to

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What’s the latest DevOps challenge? A tendency toward groupthink

Source – searchsoftwarequality.techtarget.com I didn’t see this DevOps challenge coming. My DevOps team seems to often be in agreement, with little discussion most of the time. Could this be due to groupthink? Initially, when we think of DevOps and groupthink, it seems like an oxymoron. After all, DevOps is based on a culture of collaboration; DevOps teams bring together specialists from disciplines with different views on what is most important, and this should form the basis for preventing groupthink. Accordingly, one would

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Editors’ Choice: Tasktop Integration Hub links DevOps toolchain

Source – techtarget.com Learn why Tasktop Integration Hub’s ability to connect the DevOps toolchain and BizDevOps teams earned our Editors’ Choice for Innovation. The editors at SearchSoftwareQuality regularly recognize application integration and DevOps toolchain technologies for their innovation and market impact. The Tasktop Integration Hub is our March 2017 selection. What it does Before using Tasktop Integration Hub, doing manual application integrations was the only option when Mark Wanish wanted to add applications to his company’s legacy DevOps toolchain. “There was

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Five ways to reduce technical debt, rework costs in Agile, DevOps

Source – techtarget.com Leaving some technical debt in the wake speeds software delivery, but the high interest on that debt can mean costly rework and loss of customer satisfaction. Software pros describe five ways to reduce technical debt and the problems it causes. Technical debt, also known as code debt, is a software programming phenomenon that happens when low-quality or defective code is released in software, or when defects in software are not discovered and fixed quickly. Most often, this occurs in

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DevOps requires automation and testing to ensure application security

Source – techproresearch.com DevOps is known for continuous delivery and rapid iteration – almost the exact opposite of enterprise security, which can be seen as slow-moving and overly cautious. As more companies move toward DevOps as a means of delivering and maintaining applications, security becomes critical to plug gaps and prevent data breaches–especially in the continuous delivery pipeline, which can introduce more holes for hackers to wriggle into. Experts advise carefully designing the delivery pipeline and testing everything as thoroughly as

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A guide to continuous integration and delivery tools

Source – sdtimes.com CA Technologies: Comprised of the CA Application Test, CA Mobile Cloud, CA Release Automation and CA Service Virtualization solutions, the CA Continuous Delivery product portfolio addresses the wide range of capabilities (from pre-production to release) necessary to compete in today’s evolving digital economy. CA’s highly flexible, integrated solutions allow organizations to fully embrace the evolving requirements of the software-driven business landscape, enabling rapid development, automated testing, and seamless release of mission-critical applications. CollabNet: CollabNet helps enterprises and government

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Continuous Testing: Solving the Biggest DevOps Bottleneck

Source – devops.com Earlier this year, Computing Magazine conducted a fascinating study around the adoption and benefits of DevOps in its DevOps Review 2017 publication. The findings that stood out most fascinating to me where around quality assurance and testing. In this survey, the question was asked, “Where are the main holdups in the software production process?” Of all the self-proclaimed DevOps practitioners, a whopping 63 percent said the biggest delays occurring in the QA/Test phase. In fact, this cited bottleneck

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8 steps to becoming a ‘cloud-native’ enterprise

Source – zdnet.com These days, the idea of becoming a “cloud-native” enterprise has a sexy appeal to it, but it’s going to take some serious re-thinking and work to get there. Capgemini recently issued some interesting findings of its survey of 902 IT executives on their progress toward cloud-native. Along with the stats, the report’s authors provide some guidance on how enterprises can begin their journeys toward cloud-native adoption. Of course, if you’re with a startup or small, information-intensive operation, cloud

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11 Websites Where You Can Find A Remote Tech Job

Source – forbes.com One of the things that draws a lot of people to tech is its potential for flexibility. Since many tech jobs can be done from anywhere you have wifi and an outlet, having tech skills opens up possibilities like working from home full-time, making a living from freelancing, or even becoming a digital nomad. Of course, having the skills is only one part of the equation—actually finding the jobs is the other part, and it’s sometimes easier said

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Setup local WordPress development environment with Docker error 500

Source – stackoverflow.com I need help with setting up my docker, I know there is much already configured environments but I need the one that fits my needs. Bellow you can find my setup. docker-compose.yml version: ‘3’ services: nginx: image: nginx:latest ports: – “80:80” volumes: – ./wordpress:/var/www/html – ./config/nginx:/etc/nginx/conf.d – ./logs/nginx:/var/log/nginx depends_on: – phpfpm restart: always mariadb: image: mariadb:latest ports: – “3306:3306” volumes: – ./data/db:/var/lib/mysql environment: MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD: password MYSQL_DATABASE: wordpress MYSQL_USER: wordpress MYSQL_PASSWORD: password restart: always phpfpm: image: php:fpm ports: –

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