Best DevOps

CircleCI automates Continuous Delivery to multiple clouds

Source:-zdnet.com Today’s companies use CI/CD to speedily deploy software updates, but that last step, from your pipeline to a cloud service, can be tricky. CircleCI has an answer. Modern software development is fast, continuous, and automated. Today, by research company Statista’s count, 88% of organizations are using Agile methods and Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD). Yet there remains one major stumbling block: Moving a freshly minted program from a CI pipeline to delivery to a cloud or other service provider. That’s

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DevOps Deeper Dive: DevOps Consolidation This Way Comes

Source:-devops.com The merger of XebiaLabs and CollabNet VersionOne announced this week will accelerate the ongoing consolidation of providers of DevOps platforms that has been slowly gaining momentum for the better part of two years. Under the terms of the agreement, the unnamed combined company will be led by Ashok Reddy, formerly with Broadcom, CA Technologies and IBM. Current XebiaLabs CEO Derek Langone will become president of the combined company. Current CollabNet VersionOne CEO Flint Brenton is stepping down from the

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DevOps’ next decade: How to prepare teams

Source:-enterprisersproject.com DevOps leaders will face big changes in tools and architecture. More importantly, they’ll need to help team members develop a more collaborative and transparent mindset With so much written about DevOps, it is easy to forget that it is only in its early stages of maturity. But during the next few years, we can expect it to evolve far beyond its current status. Software teams have the opportunity to start sharpening their skills now in order to be ready

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7 top DevOps engineer interview questions for 2020

Source:-enterprisersproject.com Passionate, qualified DevOps engineers are hard to come by. Use these DevOps engineer interview questions to zero in on your best candidates DevOps engineer continues to be one of the hottest professions in IT. Indeed listed it as number 10 on their list of best jobs of 2018 based on growth in number of postings (91 percent) and average base salary ($125,714). It should come as little surprise that finding a great DevOps engineer can be a challenging prospect.

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What’s in Your Containers? Try an Open Source Tool to Find Out

Source:-technewsworld.com As most security pros know, application containers — Docker, rkt, etc. — and the orchestration elements employed to support them, such as Kubernetes, are used increasingly in many organizations. Often the security organization isn’t exactly the first stop on the path to deployment of these tools. (If it was in your shop, consider yourself one of the lucky ones.) Instead, usage tends to emerge from the grass roots. It starts with developers using containers on their workstations to streamline

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Why Is QA so Important in Executing a DevOps Implementation Strategy?

Source:-devops.com In a rapidly growing global digital landscape, enterprises are facing many challenges. These include changing customer behavior and the need to be in line with the latest technology trends. To address these challenges and to stay up the competition curve, enterprises are adopting a slew of strategies. These comprise expanding the capacity of processes, quick quality checking and delivery of applications and timely marketing of the applications. This is where DevOps comes as a one-stop solution to the aforementioned

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Trouble with DevOps? Make sure you have these 4 components

Source:-jaxenter.com Integrating DevOps across departments is like trying to change the tire on a speeding car. While delivering new software, products, and updates against strict deadlines, teams are forced to learn new skills, take on additional responsibilities and implement and follow new processes. Despite the challenge, no one is disputing the benefits of DevOps — everyone wants to operate more quickly and more efficiently — but adjusting business processes shouldn’t be undertaken lightly. After driving DevOps integration at a major

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CI/CD pipelines are expanding

Source:-sdtimes.com CI/CD pipelines are evolving as organizations identify opportunities to improve release velocity and as the industry considers what CI/CD pipelines should look like in the first place. Amalgam Insights recently released “The 2020 Guide to Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery: Process, Projects and Products.” In it, report author and research fellow Tom Petrocelli explains what basic and extended CI/CD pipelines involve. The “basic” CI/CD pipeline includes five processes, which are: merge, build, test, package and deploy. All of these

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New DevOps working group will include officials from agencies like IRS

Source:-fedscoop.com The Advanced Technology Academic Research Center wants federal officials to engage with industry more regularly on DevOps practices through a new working group it’s launching on Feb. 6. DevOps merges software development with operations for rapid, continuous deployment of new services and features, and officials already discuss best practices within the DevOps Federal Interagency Council (DFIC). That group will be a government sponsor for the ATARC working group. The DFIC was started by the IRS, which uses DevOps as

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How CircleCI speeds DevOps cycle times with CI/CD automation

Source:-diginomica.com As enterprises go digital, they need to speed up DevOps cycle times – here’s how CI/CD automation toolmaker CircleCI is helping The speed of software development is constantly accelerating — and the faster it goes, the more automation it needs. Modern DevOps teams make hundreds or even thousands of changes to their software code every day, and with the shift toward microservices architectures, there are more and more moving parts to co-ordinate. This simply isn’t sustainable without a highly

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