The Importance of Instant Feedback in Analytics

Source- devops.com A feedback loop is essential for every part of the modern DevOps environment. From continuous integration and deployment to application development to infrastructure monitoring to team dynamics, feedback is the most important piece of the DevOps puzzle. But feedback is of little to zero value if it is not timely. And in the modern development world, that means instant or as near to instant as possible. In the past, prior to the current world of web and mobile development,

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UNDERSTANDING DEVOPS: THINK OF IT AS A CULTURE, NOT A METHOD

Source – techgenix.com Dreariness in the IT department can be a major roadblock in the journey to success. DevOps looks to attack this problem like it’s never been done before. The DevOps philosophy is centered on the idea of collaboration between the development and operations groups within the organization. By developing a set of shared goals, DevOps eliminates the sources of friction between the two functions. This helps IT deliver software to end customers and internal customers much quicker than before, and

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Opinion 5 steps to overcoming the challenges to DevOps success

Source – information-management.com The global app economy is estimated to reach $6.3 trillion by 2021, with a user base expected to rise to almost every person on the planet. As a result, organizations are rethinking the way they build products or services to meet today’s always-on culture. To address this, the concept of DevOps has emerged over the last few years as a way to help accelerate the building, testing and deployment of applications. However, many organizations are beginning to realize

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What is the right storage software needed for DevOps to be a success?

Source – information-age.com A major operational problem in on-premises enterprise data centres has emerged over the past 10 years. This is rearing its head as a fundamental mismatch between the infrastructure and the needs of increasingly virtualised applications. There is a major contrast between what organisations want their staff to focus on – strategic projects, new application deployment, new customer acquisition and releasing new products – and the things they end up spending too much time on. This includes infrastructure ‘plumbing’

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Engineering Culture and Distributed Agile Teams

Source – infoq.com Having a high productive engineering culture should be the same whether your organisation is centered around one physical location for the whole company or when people work in globally distributed teams. Most of the time distributed teams are a fact of work-life: many organisations use distributed teams in their search for talent. The search always starts in the area where the headquarters is located but then quickly expands to the rest of the world. In some cases setting

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Two Virtualization Techniques Sweeping Performance Testing

Source – bwcio.businessworld.in Performance has always been an integral part of “application quality” but the significance of performance and its very scope has changed enormously with the rapid growth in online channels, diverse mobile networks and changes in IT adoption through Rapid Application Deployment (DevOps/ Continuous Integration, etc). Rapid expansion of the digital world including heavy usage of frontend technologies (browser based) has increased the need for improving performance and user experience, especially in varied and unpredictable network conditions. It

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