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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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5 must-read DevOps books

Source:-enterprisersproject.com No matter where you are on your DevOps path, these books can offer practical guidance and insights. Here’s what they taught my team. DevOps is all about constant improvement, and keeping up with the latest trends and thought leaders is necessary to keep yourself (and your team) at the top of your game. I have read several books that offer great tips and process considerations that I consider to be must-reads for DevOps teams and leaders. [ Where is

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DevSecOps and Beyond: The Evolution of DevOps

Source:-technative.io Since its introduction, DevOps has made concepts like continuous integration and continuous delivery commonplace and encouraged organisations to be more agile. As DevOps has matured and become more mainstream, the approach has gradually begun to evolve and now, it looks likely to revolutionise enterprise IT. DevOps’ increasing popularity can be attributed to a number of factors, including the fact it adapts quickly, so the cost of change is low, allows businesses to add cross-functionality collaborations and enables them to

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Embracing the principles of chaos engineering in DevOps for production issues

Source:-devopsonline.co.uk Senior Engineer, Jitander Kapil gives his experience of DevOps as a Service implemented using the Chaos Engineering approach to resolve production issues in a very short time. Read his insightful case study below to see how he overcame his issues in resolving the conflicts that he encountered and learn more about the benefits of utilising Chaos Engineering for software development and how it can help you to speed up your product development process. The Challenge Some months back, I

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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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How Your Agency Can Effectively Implement DevOps

Source:-fedtechmagazine.com The methodology speeds up software development, increases collaboration and ensures greater quality. The stereotype of the federal government as a stodgy, behind-the-times operation when it comes to technology and software development is no longer as tethered to reality as it may have been in decades past. Increasingly, agencies are adopting a DevOps methodology to develop applications. DevOps encourages software developers to work with IT operations staff on testing and quality assurance to develop software more quickly and automate infrastructure

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4 ways to energize DevOps teams, and why teams are so important in the first place

Source:-zdnet.com DevOps journey orchestration gets ‘teams engaged with Agile and DevOps, removing the natural resistance and fear of change, and then supports the team through the changes while maintaining productivity.’ DevOps is a team sport, but getting people assembled to think and work as teams — versus separate pools of specialists — can be difficult. DevOps proponents not only need to be adept at the two core aspects of IT management — development and operational issues — but also be

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The top 5 DevOps trends: What being mainstream means to your team

Source:-techbeacon.com The past year was a landmark in terms of DevOps adoption. According DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA), 2019 saw the pool of “elite” performers in DevOps practices triple. “For the last year or two, we’ve heard from several industry analysts that DevOps has ‘crossed the chasm,’ and now our data supports that,” said Nicole Forsgren, founder of DORA and head of the Research and Strategy Group for Google Cloud, about the 2019 Accelerate State of DevOps Report. In short,

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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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Kubernetes Operators: 4 facts to know

Source:-enterprisersproject.com Without real automation, you won’t realize the full potential of containers. That’s where Kubernetes Operators play a growing role. Here’s what IT leaders should know A principal promise of Kubernetes is that it will enable the automation of much of the operational toil that comes with modern applications and infrastructure. Kubernetes Operators, then, could be thought of as a means of paying off on that promise. What is a Kubernetes Operator? Let’s back up for a moment and define

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