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Weave Cloud for GKE aims to simplify DevOps pipeline

Source – rcrwireless.com Weaveworks announced free tier of Weave Cloud for Google Cloud Platform users. The platform is intended to make it easier to develop, deploy and oversee container-based applications. Weave Cloud is a software-as-a-service leveraged by app developers. It is made to alleviate challenges within the container-production pipeline. The platform can be integrated with CNCF Kubernetes, Docker Swarm/UCP, AWS ECS, Apache Mesos and Mesosphere DC/OS. To reap the benefits of the container-managed platform Kubernetes, DevOps teams have to combine various

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CyberArk and Ansible automate best security practices in DevOps pipeline

Source – indiatimes.com Mumbai, India – CyberArk that have made their way inside the network perimeter, today announced the integration of the CyberArk Conjur secrets management solution with Ansible. Organizations benefit from automating privileged account security best practices across DevOps environments while continuing to deliver new applications at high velocity. CyberArk will demonstrate the integration at AnsibleFest 2017. As more organizations embrace DevOps, secrets – which consist of privileged accounts, SSH/API keys, passwords, certificates and more – are proliferating throughout the IT infrastructure. As with privileged accounts, secrets can be misused

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Use Containers to Take Your DevOps Pipeline to the Next Level

Source – siriuscom.com Almost all of the businesses that we talk to have made significant strides toward DevOps maturity in recent years, but most of them still have the same obstruction that slows their DevOps pipeline to a trickle (at least compared to what it could be). That obstruction is the constraint of using shared environments. Some development teams are still sharing environments that are provisioned on bare metal, which means that you have to get in line and wait your

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Broken DevOps Pipeline? Fix it with ARA

Source:- xebialabs.com DevOps has brought big changes—and even bigger benefits—to the way applications are developed and deployed: shortened delivery timelines, cleaned up build processes, reduced downtime and risk, and increased likelihood that a release could be performed today if needed. But it hasn’t solved all of IT’s problems. Many organizations, for example, still struggle with structural changes longer than they do with tool implementations. And the scripting required to achieve many of the benefits that these tools offer imposes its

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