DevOps Tool Market 2017 Outlook, Growth Opportunities, Application, Driver, Current Trends and Future Estimations 2022

Source – newshawktime.com Global DevOps Tool Market latest research report provides in-depth analysis of definitions, classifications, applications and DevOps Tool industry chain structure forecast until 2022. The report also consists of development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status of DevOps Tool market. DevOps Tool Market: Type wise segment: – DevOps Ready, DevOps Enabled, DevOps Capable DevOps Tool Market: Applications wise segment: – IT, Telecom, BFSI, Government and Public Sector, Other DevOps Tool Market Segment by Regions mainly contain United

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Why DevOps is ideal for mobile app development

Source – softwebsolutions.com The demand for mobile app development services of every sort is at its peak. Being a new way of accessing web content, consumers want more than fundamental functionalities from mobile apps – including user interfaces and user experience. It’s the “age of the customer” as Forrester says, and enterprises need to not only meet their expectations but exceed them if they want to stay ahead of the competition. Drawbacks of existing mobile app deployment practices One of the

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The Best Ways to Evaluate Your App

Source – informationweek.com For app developers, this statistic can seem especially grim. No one wants their hard work to end in abandonment, but it’s hard to figure out where you’re missing the mark. This is where user feedback and user evaluation comes in. But how do you know which technique to use? Many app developers prioritize user feedback over other evaluation techniques, such as heuristic evaluation and A/B testing. But is user feedback the only method you should use? Is there

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Why runtime application self-protection is critical for app security

Source – appdevelopermagazine.com Today most of us go about implementing security from the outside in. The common practice is to start by defining a perimeter and trying to defend it with various security tools. Even though perimeters have been porous for more than a decade, we still can’t give up this notion that if we build a better wall we can keep our enterprises safer. Certainly that is where most enterprises are spending their security budgets. Gartner estimates we spend more

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Security and Development Teams Collaborate on Apps

Source – infosecurity-magazine.com Security teams and developers are more aligned and capable of taking a collaborative approach than many in the industry believe, according to a new study from Veracode. The application security vendor, recently acquired by CA Technologies, polled 400 IT professionals in the UK, US and Germany to better understand the relationship between the two functions. There’s a common perception that developers and security professionals are fundamentally at odds: the former prioritizing features and time-to-market and the latter focused

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3 Leading Enterprise Low-Code App Development Platforms

Source – adtmag.com It’s no secret that enterprise mobile and Web app development is being transformed by a new class of tools enabling non-programming “citizen developers” to meet the insatiable demand for apps amid a shortage of coding pros. These tools have many names — such as rapid-application development (RAD), low-code and even no-code — but they typically feature functionality such as model-driven development, point-and-click programming, drag-and-drop composability, wizard-based workflows and similar techniques. In comparing the top tools, we’ll go with

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Low Code: What IT Needs to Know

Source – informationweek.com As low code, which minimizes the amount of coding needed to build out applications, becomes a new norm, it is important to consider how the rise of citizen developers will affect the enterprise. Across industries, from healthcare to manufacturing and financial services, organizations are undergoing digital transformations. This is creating a competitive job market for skilled developers, such as mobile app developers, and in turn, can cause a talent shortage. As demand for mobile apps in the

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How to automate your app dev process—and improve code quality

Source:- networkworld.com As your business grows, it’s increasingly important to understand how to scale engineering processes and methodologies. The amount of time spent on setup, deployment and manually testing code is often ignored by technology teams and managers. Manual server configuration and code quality tests are not only error prone, but they ultimately result wasted time and money. 3 steps to automate software development Introducing automation into your Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) and infrastructure scaling projects is the most effective

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Report: 111 billion lines of code will have to be secured this year

Source:- sdtimes.com As new pieces of software are being written every day, the threat of malicious hacking continues to grow. According to a new report, there will be about 111 billion lines of new software code created this year, and with them will come billions of software vulnerabilities. “Applications have become inviting targets for malicious actors, but securing those programs has proven to be challenging to both security teams and developers,” according to the report. “Too often, key vulnerabilities get

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Habitat application portability and understanding dynamic linking of ELF binaries

Source – blog.chef.io I do not come from a classical computer science background and have spent the vast majority of my career working with Java, C# and Ruby – mostly on Windows. So I have managed to evade the details of exactly how native binaries find their dependencies at compile time and runtime on Linux. It just has not been a concern in the work that I do. If my app complains about missing low level dependencies, I find a binary

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