Bridging the priority gap between IT and security in DevOps

Source- betanews.com Let’s start with a test. Suppose that you manage a corporate network gateway across which a critical programmed transaction is scheduled to occur in exactly one hour. Suppose further that the firewall protecting this gateway is functionally misbehaving and will almost certainly block any programmed activity with your transaction partner. This is a serious concern because your boss has reinforced to you several times the importance of this planned transaction. Your team continues to work the technical problem,

Read more

3 Steps to Building a DevOps Team Focused on Customers

Source – devops.com In most enterprises, Dev and Ops people inhabit different worlds, show scant regard for one another and communicate as little as possible—unless it is to vent about something done by “one of those” people over there. Dev and Ops are the chalk and cheese of software development and, mostly, that’s the way they like it. The concept of being on the same team—creating the best possible software for customers—might be quite alien. Obviously, Dev and Ops people are

Read more

Does Your DevOps Department Need More Attention? [Infographic]

Souce:- appdynamics.com There are some big red flags that signify your DevOps department needs an overhaul. Your deployment process seems to take forever. It only work from a few developers’ computers. It’s different for each server you deploy to. Sound familiar? Luckily the warning signs of a DevOps department in need of help are pretty easy to recognize. Read on to learn how to identify if and when your infrastructure team needs more attention—plus a few suggestions to implement those

Read more

How to build self-organizing DevOps teams

Source:- techbeacon.com The idea of a self-organizing DevOps team is enticing: Promote business growth by combining automation at all levels with the innovation that’s enabled when individuals with a sense of ownership focus on progressive transformation in an environment that encourages continuous improvement. Parties in self-organizing teams should have a keen understanding of their business goals and the ability to make decisions about how to achieve them on their own. In the context of swiftly and consistently changing market dynamics, in

Read more

3 things to ensure your team gets DevOps right

Source:- http://sdtimes.com It’s now old news to most people that the rate of change in the lifecycle of a business has accelerated dramatically over the past two decades. Ideas are born, concepts are funded, markets are created, ambitions are expanded, and business models are disrupted and abandoned at a rapid pace. This is equal parts exciting and terrifying, and IT practitioners are constantly seeking new tools to improve their responsiveness to business needs in this new environment. However, at the

Read more

The Value of Service Virtualization for Agile and DevOps Teams

Source:- techwell.com In our current software development and testing landscape, it’s critical to pinpoint and eliminate as many bottlenecks as humanly possible. If there’s something along your regular development lifecycle that can be tweaked or moved around for the sake of greater speed and better quality, it’s a no-brainer to make that move. If you’re looking to remove these constraints, service virtualization should be high up on your list of things to take advantage of in 2017. The idea is

Read more