Wind River unveils CI/CD model for Linux

Source:-newelectronics.co.uk Wind River has unveiled a continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) model for Wind River Linux customers. By following a CI/CD process customers will have access to new releases every few weeks. This will allow teams to begin to build their own continuous integration and delivery systems for their customers, get a head start on building new platforms sooner, and enjoy similar benefits of Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) management, technical support, and quality typically found in annual and

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Success mantra for 2020: Adopting a DevOps culture

Source:-dqindia.com From as small as your smartphone to as large as power-grids – all are run digitally, based on layers and layers of complex software. By the end of this year, there will be as many bits in the world’s accumulated data and binaries as there are stars in the universe. These 44 zettabytes (44 trillion gigabytes) of data now, and 175 Zettabytes by 2025 globally, will direct the future of the world. The developers of tomorrow have already gotten

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7 Tips To Maintain Software Quality When Scaling Devops

Source:-siliconangle.comSo you want to scale DevOps while maintaining software quality? You have to understand the basics first. The qualities of a good software can be well illustrated by a software triangle divided into three parts. Before diving into actionable tips, here are the main features of a good software you should keep in mind. Operation: These features ensure good functioning of a software. It includes elements like correctness, usability, integrity, and reliability. Transition: These features allow movement of a software from one

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DevOps quiz: 5 questions to ask about your culture

Source:-enterprisersproject.comIn a strong DevOps culture, teams feel supported, collaboration is rewarded, and emotional intelligence runs high. Ask these questions to rate your culture – and keep improving People like to explain DevOps by first saying what it is not. DevOps isn’t a tool. It’s not something you can buy. It isn’t a team or an individual. Rather, experts and leaders agree: DevOps is a culture; a way of working. The strength of that culture will determine whether DevOps succeeds or struggles in your organization. Building a

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Top DevOps Challenges at DOES19

Source:- devops.com I recently attended the prestigious DevOps Enterprise Summit in London. During the three-day event, I asked people what their major DevOps transformation challenge is. I wanted to examine these at global events, asking the same question. I recently attended the prestigious DevOps Enterprise Summit in London. During the three-day event, I asked people what their major DevOps transformation challenge is. I wanted to examine these at global events, asking the same question. Recent Posts By Mark Smalley The Third

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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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DevOps Ethics: The Danger of Unethical Code

Source- devops.com The accident could not have come at a worse time for Uber. Already under scrutiny following several high-profile lawsuits for sexual harassment, intellectual property theft and other accusations that played at least as significant role in founder and former CEO Travis Kalanick’s departure, the ride-hailing firm’s driverless test vehicle was involved in a fatal pedestrian accident earlier this year. It was later revealed the test driver, who was paid to take over driving in case of an emergency,

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6 DevOps culture mistakes holding you back

Source- enterprisersproject.com Having a strong DevOps culture is like having good taste. Everyone wants it – but is everyone equipped with the skills, instincts, and sheer luck needed to actually have it? The reality is, building a great DevOps culture is easier said than done. Here are the major challenges facing strong DevOps cultures and how to overcome them. 1. Inability to give and listen to feedback Teams must learn how to give and receive feedback if they are to improve and

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How Do Security Champions Enable a DevOps Culture?

Source – resources.infosecinstitute.com DevOps as a whole is a state of mind for organizations. It helps them to deliver applications and services by espousing a culture and best-practice methodology that drive product development and service provision. Champion roles are important in IT circles, especially where product knowledge or specific framework knowledge is required. But how do security champions fit into the more traditional DevOps space? Quite well, as it turns out. Security champions are an important backup mechanism. They help to

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3 DevOps culture mistakes and how to fix them

Source – enterprisersproject.com It’s a universally accepted truth: The more changes you make to code, the larger the chance it’s going to break. Everyone knows bugs happen, and organizations that are equipped to quickly and expertly squash them are the ones that come out ahead. Increasingly, those teams that prove to be masters of their codebase and fierce problem solvers operate in organizations that have come to embrace good DevOps practices. “Bugs” will inevitably come to delay a deployment or cause a crash,

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