The Role of Bots in DevOps

Source:- devops.com DevOps has evolved from its infancy into a mainstream focus area for a majority of CIOs. DevOps has become a main focus and has been shaping the world of software and infrastructure engineering and operations for the last few years. Some of the key DevOps trends include: DevOps assembly lines automation. Smart, actionable alerts from monitoring tools. Monitor and orchestration infrastructure. Improved Collaboration With the increase of DevOps adoption, organizations today face many challenges in the end-to-end service delivery

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DevOps is changing the way companies build software. Learn more from five experts at the GeekWire Cloud Sum

Source:- geekwire.com As software-as-a-service became the dominant vector for enterprise computing during the last several years, the development velocity required from top-tier software teams skyrocketed. DevOps has been one of the key strategies for managing that increased velocity, and it has never been more important to a new generation of companies modernizing their infrastructure for the cloud era. That’s just one reason why we’re excited to present five experts in DevOps at the 2019 GeekWire Cloud Summit, scheduled for June 5th at

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How five UK CIOs are using DevOps

Source – cio.co.uk CIOs and other leading tech and IT business leaders explain how they’re using DevOps to The DevOps philosophy is gaining traction among CIOs as the evidence grows on the benefits of the strategic blending of “development” and “operations”. We spoke to a selection of IT leaders about how they’re using DevOps to support faster and more responsive software development. Transport Systems Catapult IT Director Alex Farr has formed a virtual DevOps team at the innovation centre for intelligent mobility. The unit was established to

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DevOps strategy: 3 resources for CIOs

Source – enterprisersproject.com TechRepublic asked its CIO Jury whether they had implemented DevOps or if they had plans to do so, and this week they reported that the results were split down the middle. The six IT leaders on the pro-DevOps side of the coin cited improved communication, smoother testing cycles, increased productivity, and speed to market as its benefits. On the other side, tech executives said they were either not ready to implement DevOps, or they weren’t convinced of

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What CIOs need to know about containers

What CIOs need to know about containers Source: ciodive.com Software development in the enterprise is no longer something left to technology companies alone. Rather, organizations across sectors have found the need for apps and software to service both customers and internal stakeholders. Whether application creation takes place internally or is contracted out, companies are investing in software that best suits their organizational needs, giving rise to new development technologies and methodologies. One such technology — software containers — has allowed

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How CIOs are transforming their organizations for the digital era

Source:- itworld.com Companies are facing a digital imperative to revamp business operations to better serve customers. To accommodate these shifts, CIOs are making sweeping organizational changes, adding new key roles, setting up innovation labs and tapping modern technologies to meet strategic mandates issued by their CEOs and boards. Social, mobile, analytics and cloud (SMAC) forms the primary digital fuel for most IT organizations. But most CIOs eager to stay atop trends are also testing new products in artificial intelligence, machine

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