DevSecOps: Focus training on 3 key areas

  Source- enterprisersproject.com DevOps, with its fast and frequent release cycles, is the new environment that organizations need to contend with in order to stay competitive in the market. It is especially challenging when security considerations come into play since developers don’t often have secure coding expertise and since security practices traditionally stall release cycles. Despite its necessity, establishing a DevSecOps environment in an organization is no simple feat; it is a complicated, multi-layered process, and much of its success relies on the reinforcement of strong

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What are the primary use cases for VM deployment automation?

Source- searchservervirtualization.techtarget.com To keep up with ever-increasing resource demands, use VM deployment automation to launch and configure VMs quickly and predictably. Virtualization can improve resource utilization and enhance workload management, but the diversity and volume of virtualization processes can make it difficult to manually support virtualization. VM deployment automation can add speed and consistency to VM workload provisioning, deployment and management. Automation offers two principal benefits for any task: speed and consistency. Automation enables you to complete repetitive — and often complex

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Automation: One of the keys to DevSecOps

Source- securityboulevard.com Automation is one of the keys to consistent and meaningful AppSec adoption in an evolving world. Many organizations have taken the first step in integrating their development and operations teams to drive more efficient delivery of applications and innovation to the market. They have come a long way by aligning around the shared goal of delivering stable, high-quality software quickly. One way they are achieving these efficiencies is through automation. Automation in DevOps By automating manual processes and building

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Should You Migrate Your DevOps Architecture to the Cloud?

Source- informationweek.com This is the question I’m helping numerous customers answer right now. Development operations and the creation of a continuous development cycle are somewhat of a new concept. Ever since development leaders saw that working with broken release cycles, coding practices, and heterogenous tools actually slowed the entire process down, we’ve seen massive movement around today’s modern DevOps culture. Before we go on, I need to touch on the concept of legacy. At a high level, this is any process

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Software Delivery Depends on Infrastructure and Trust

Source- informationweek.com Cloud infrastructure plays a major role in a company’s ability to execute a high performing software delivery cycle. An advanced cloud architecture allows developers to spin instances up and down as needed and provides the bandwidth necessary to experiment and test an application or software update before pushing live. According to a report by LogicMonitor, 58% of respondents to their survey said DevOps was somewhat/significantly driving public cloud engagement in their company, only ranking below digital transformation (63%) and IT agility

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DevOps Success: A Look at Performance by Region and Industry

Source- cio.com Introduction Since Puppet published its first State of DevOps Report in 2012, we’ve learned a lot about how IT is implementing DevOps practices and the resulting impact to businesses. After collecting nearly 30,000 responses from around the world, we wondered: Where are trends and patterns emerging in these segments? Our first-ever State of DevOps: Market Segmentation Report makes it easier to benchmark your organization against other companies in your peer group. Automation Enables DevOps Not surprisingly, we found that most

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Automation testing skills define the future, says Africonology CEO

Source- intelligentcio.com In 2016, the global test automation market was valued at around US$16 billion. And, in a study done by Zion Market Research, the company predicted that this market will reach US55 billion by 2022 with a CAGR of just over 23% from 2017. Driven by Digital Transformation and measurable benefits to business and process, the test automation market is seeing steady growth. However, according to Mandla Mbonambi, founding CEO of Africonology, there is a critical need to invest

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Adobe Debuts New Capabilities for DevOps in Adobe Experience Manager

Source- readitquik.com Adobe recently announced the debut of new abilities in Adobe Experience Manager, which is a part of Adobe Experience Cloud. The company is introducing its industry-first Single Page Application (SPA) Editor that enables front-end developers as well as experience authors to preview an SPA, view the JavaScript, and edit content, including video, text, and images. Thanks to this new ability, SPA content can be edited and managed in-context, helping marketing teams to easily preview content and cut down time spent on

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Linux Foundation helps blend automation and cloud-native communities

Source- fiercetelecom.com The Linux Foundation announced a deeper collaboration between telecom and cloud industry leaders that should lead to better cloud-native use cases. The Linux Foundation’s LF Networking (LFN) is formally working with the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) to improve the migration of virtual network function (VNFs) to cloud-native network functions (CNFs). ONAP, which is a part of LF Networking, and CNCF’s Kubernetes are coming together as operators start to look at how VNFs could evolve into CNFs running

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How Do Today’s App Developers Compile, Test, and Deploy?

Source- cio.com Intro Continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) is the next logical step in the evolution of software development, packaging, and deployment. It utilizes automation to deploy software changes faster, safer, and more frequently than ever before. Next generation toolkits are now available to implement CI/CD methodology. What’s the earliest build tool you remember using? Tools such as GNU Make, Scons,  and Autoconf date back to the 1990s and beyond. They give many seasoned developers unpleasant memories of hours of fruitless

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