Best DevOps

How to Properly Approach Automation

Source:-devops.com Imagine if you backed out of your driveway, tapped the gas and BAM! You are at work. Nothing to worry about along the way, no traffic congestion, no other cars to worry about, etc. That is, unfortunately, how many of us approach automation. “Fire and forget” is real, until a problem crops up. I could talk about some complex environments, such as ARA, in a containerized environment with multiple languages, accessing mobility-limited databases and targeting several client platforms, for

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How agile teams can get DevOps right: 6 essential steps

Source:-techbeacon.com So you’ve adopted agile. You’re holding your stand-ups, scoring your stories, doing the ceremonies the experts recommend. You’re even beginning to see the value of the agile process. You’re showing development progress in biweekly increments, including user feedback on a continuous basis, and everyone’s excited! But something feels off. It was great to start, but now your velocity is erratic. The defect list keeps growing. Testing takes longer and longer all the time. “How can this be?” you wonder.

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State of DevOps Report Finds Maturity Varies Widely by Industry

Source:-itprotoday.com Puppet’s 2019 State of DevOps Report Card gives high marks to the technology industry for DevOps practices and security integration, but the government sector didn’t fare so well. There are a number of development and operational practices that are part of DevOps, and not every industry is adopting all of those practices at the same rate. That’s one of the key findings in the 2019 State of DevOps: Industry Report Card, released at the end of January by DevOps

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Why VMware Bought the Network Monitoring Startup Nyansa

Source:-datacenterknowledge.com VMware’s recent acquisition of AI-powered network analytics startup Nyansa strengthens its network monitoring and management capabilities, but the startup’s technology also beefs up VMware’s broader, strategic efforts to help customers automate IT operations, analysts say. VMware said it was buying Nyansa in January. The Palo Alto, California-based startup is behind Voyance, a cloud-based network analytics system that provides network visibility and, using machine learning, detects problems and anomalies and recommends potential fixes to improve network and application performance. Related:

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It’s time for leadership to own DevOps

Source:-cio.economictimes.indiatimes.com While enterprises are not immune to the pressures of digital transformation, leaders must adapt their business strategies to live in a constantly evolving and digitally focused business landscape. The changing dynamics of the IT world is churning out new iterations and innovation to make lives of enterprises and consumers smarter, better and efficient. Today, software innovation is driving business growth – faster the developers deliver on the next wave of software innovation, faster the business can deliver customer value.

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DevOps conferences to attend in 2020

Source:-enterprisersproject.com Looking to expand your skills and raise your profile in the DevOps community this year? Check out these top DevOps conferences. Is it still worth it to go to physical events when you can learn so much online? I’d argue that it is. As we enter an era of more accelerated software innovation than ever before, keeping pace with new technologies is essential. Plus, the shifting nature of the software business means that many developers and other IT professionals

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JOURNEY TO ENLIGHTENMENT: MOVING FROM AZURE PORTAL/POWERSHELL TO AZURE DEVOPS

Source:-reporting99.com Deployment Automation Market: Maintaining a Strong Outlook – Here’s Why | JetBrains, Octopus, GitLab Latest 2020 version of Global Deployment Automation Market study of 129+ data Tables, Pie Chat, Graphs & Figures spread through Pages and easy to understand in depth analysis. “Deployment Automation Market by Type (, Cloud Based & On-Premise), by Application (SMEs, Large Enterprises & Government Organizations) and Region – Forecast and Status to 2025”. At present, the market is developing its presence. The Research assessment

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Nutanix to run Karbon- Kubernetes clusters in no-network isolation zone

Source:-blocksandfiles.com V.20 of Nutanix’s Karbon front end wrapper for Kubernetes will enable Kubernetes clusters to run in a network-free isolation zone. At time of writing, Nutanix had not officially announced Karbon 2.0, but Alexander Ervik Johnsen, Nutanix senior system engineer, discussed some features of the upgrade last week in a blog – currently 404ing: “Nutanix Karbon 2.0 introduces the availability of the Karbon Air Gap and Kubernetes upgrades. You can upgrade the Kubernetes version of your cluster using … karbonctl

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Retail software firm takes broad view of Kubernetes security

Source:-searchitoperations.techtarget.com Kubernetes platform security has supplanted container-level security for enterprises such as retail software vendor Aptos as they deploy microservices in production. Kubernetes security has become the focal point for protecting cloud-native workloads among enterprises as they deploy containers and microservices in production. Initially, container security specialists such as Aqua, Twistlock and StackRox focused on scanning container images within the DevOps pipeline, then added container runtime scans for live production environments through agents deployed on individual hosts. More recently, however,

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Securing DevOps Environments Is Key, Public Key Infrastructure, to Be Precise

Source:-cbronline.com DevOps teams are by their nature dispersed Beginning as something of a countercultural trend adopted by a few forward-thinking enterprises, DevOps has since moved into the mainstream as speed and automation have begun to play more prominent roles, writes Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo. Tim Callan Tim Callan According to Gartner, around 50% of enterprises today with a development function have applied DevOps in some capacity to their portfolio and now, with an ever-growing need for rapid software

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