Best DevOps

The Role of Developers in Digital Transformation

Source:-devops.com Developers are an integral part of digital transformation. They architect the modular systems that overcome legacy and build the applications and solutions that allow firms to deliver products and services in new and innovative ways. Yet, when it comes to business decisions, many organizations overlook their developer talent. Developers come from a variety of different backgrounds, but it’s safe to say that most have studied computer science, engineering or mathematics in some form. Coming from these disciplines means they

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API Security in DevOps: Are We Too Comfortable?

Source:-devops.com Postman performed its annual survey of developers, and as this survey and many other surveys have shown, developers are generally comfortable with the level of API security that their organization has implemented. This has been a consistent trend, with most developers being comfortable that they are protected. The problem is most organizations also put API security and management in the hands of developers. Knowing the rate of change going on in Agile/DevOps shops, and knowing the complexity of environment, I think

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10 years of DevOps: With the hype cycle moving on – what’s next?

Source:-cloudcomputing-news.net This year marks 10 years since the term DevOps was first coined, during a now legendary presentation at a Toronto tech conference. Anyone who’s seen the 90s brawler film Fight Club will know—the first rule of Fight Club is: you don’t talk about Fight Club. All those years ago, IT professionals weren’t part of Fight Club—but a small number formed their own underground DevOps club. But even though the first rule of DevOps Club is, “always talk about DevOps,”

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Why DevOps is the most important tech strategy today

Source:-opensource.com Many people first learn about DevOps when they see one of its outcomes and ask how it happened. It’s not necessary to understand why something is part of DevOps to implement it, but knowing that—and why a DevOps strategy is important—can mean the difference between being a leader or a follower in an industry. Maybe you’ve heard some the incredible outcomes attributed to DevOps, such as production environments that are so resilient they can handle thousands of releases per

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Synack: DevSecOps Being Accelerated by Cultural Shifts

Source:-devops.com The 2020 State of Compliance and Security Testing Report from cybersecurity testing platform vendor Synack claims that some of the world’s largest organizations are encountering a significant cultural shift within their development teams, and that bodes well for those seeking to build DevSecOps teams. For the report, Synack surveyed leaders from more than 300 organizations representing a number of industries and verticals, including technology, government, health care, information technology and financial services. Recent Posts By Frank Ohlhorst DevSecOps Requires

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Using CI/CD to turn ideas into software – quickly

Source:-computerweekly.com A typical business complaint is that it takes a long time for the IT department to implement new software features. Delays in developing and getting software into production leads to lost opportunities and revenue. In a digitally enabled organisation, however, this is not a problem, according to Roman Jouravlev, IT service management (ITSM) portfolio development manager at Axelos. Business ideas can be implemented in digital products and services in days, rather than months. One of the tools that IT

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How to stop failing at DevOps

Source:-techbeacon.com Although more than 60% of organizations have adopted DevOps at some level, according to Forrester, many continue to struggle with it. One reason: DevOps isn’t a hard-coded set of practices or principles, and this often leads to confusion and uncertainty, from the IT trenches all the way up to the C-suite. This confusion is exacerbated by deep-rooted, conventional attitudes that are at cross-purposes with the lean/Six Sigma methodologies that formed the inspiration for DevOps. Just like the manufacturing firms

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Next-gen computing: Oracle Cloud makes business smart and agile

Source:- financialexpress.comThe Redwood City, California-based business software maker is also now offering to support its workloads running on VMware, and will also allow customers to run VMware workloads in its cloud while retaining full administrative access.Most of the corporate world now understands the benefits of cloud computing—it enables flexible pay-as-you-go IT deployment for companies. Oracle’s Generation 2 Cloud Infrastructure provides not only the basic building blocks companies need—many compute options, reliable storage, fast networking – but also advanced capabilities including

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Storage and DevOps: What is required for agile development?

Source:-computerweekly.com DevOps brings continuous and agile application. Storage has to fit in and make itself just as responsive to development that does away with the inertia of stifling hierarchies In the beginning,there were developers. And then software development got harder, more complicated, less straightforward. That resulted in the birth of a new engineering discipline – DevOps.  If you imagine a Venn diagram with software developers as one circle and systems engineers as another, then DevOps is the bit in the middle

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Continuous delivery in DevOps: making releases dull and reliable

Source:- devopsonline.co.uk There is some healthy tension between a good DevOps team and the concept of continuous delivery. In the past, a simple agile team would build products and let the delivery manager worry about what happens in production. With the coming together of Dev and Ops, as the portmanteau term suggests, things are different. The more operationally minded engineers will look closely at the performance of the product in the live environment and push back on design assumptions that

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