How to get into DevOps

Source:-opensource.comThese tips might be helpful for sysadmins or developers looking to transition into DevOps. I’ve observed a sharp uptick of developers and systems administrators interested in “getting into DevOps” within the past year or so. This pattern makes sense: In an age in which a single developer can spin up a globally distributed infrastructure for an application with a few dollars and a few API calls, the gap between development and systems administration is closer than ever. Although I’ve seen

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DevOps dictates new approach to cloud development

Source:-techbeacon.com It’s a fact: DevOps and cloud are joined at the hip. The overwhelming majority of cloud development projects employ DevOps, and the list will only get longer. The benefits to using DevOps with cloud projects are also becoming better defined. They include application development speed-to-delivery to meet the needs of the business units faster, user demands that quickly fold back into the software, and lower costs for development, testing, deployment, and operations. In this article, we define how cloud development is

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How to Overcome Resistance to DevOps Implementation

devops.comThe number of businesses adopting DevOps to make software releases happen faster without compromising on software quality continues to grow. Within the next five years, the DevOps market is expected to reach almost $13 billion. If you are among those who’ve decided to make a shift to DevOps, you are likely to experience resistance coming from the departments involved in a software development life cycle (SDLC), and even from end users, at the start of your DevOps journey. In this article,

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Transforming the Security Team Into a DevOps Partner

Source:- devops.com Securing DevOps environments is an increasingly important concern for chief information security officers (CISOs) and security teams. While developers often recognize security is important, it is not their top priority. More typically, the DevOps team prioritizes delivering new capabilities and features to the business and customers, often as part of a larger digital transformation initiative. And, developers often view security as something that will slow down deployments. Security teams usually have limited DevOps knowledge or expertise. Too often the

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Voices in DevOps – Episode 8: A Conversation with Christina Noren of CloudBees

Source:-gigaom.com In this episode, host Jon Collins speaks with Christina Noren about her experience running Agile organizations and how DevOps can be implemented at various stages in an organizations life. Christina has more than 20 years of experience in product, services and operations at successful, venture-backed companies, such as Splunk, Zuora, Portal and Sonic Solutions. She has a particular strength in identifying and refining product offerings in evolving markets. At Splunk, she was employee #12 in 2005 and remained on

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Is DevOps really that different from Agile? No, says Viktor Farcic [Podcast]

Source:-hub.packtpub.com No one can seem to agree on what DevOps really is. Although it’s been around for the better part of a decade, it still inspires a good deal of confusion within organizations and across engineering teams. But perhaps we’re all over thinking it? To get to the heart of the issues and debates around DevOps, we spoke to Viktor Farcic in the latest episode of the Packt Podcast. Viktor is a consultant at CloudBees, but he’s also a prolific

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Microsoft kills off SQL Server 2008, waves customers onto Azure

Source:- devclass.com Microsoft finally pulls the plug on SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2 today, while simultaneously teasing new services to tempt the remaining on-prem holdouts to its Azure counterparts to the aging databases. John Chirapurath, general manager, SQL Server and Azure Data + AI, marked the big switch off with a blog post that thanked customers “for the ten amazing years we’ve had together” while simultaneously pointing customers at its Azure platform. Microsoft is banking on customers moving to either

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Strategic Study on Research Report of Productivity Bots Software Market Top Companies like Any.do, Troops, Zapier, SurveyMonkey, Trello, Simple Poll, Zoom.ai, Polly, Jira, Geekbot, Statsbot

Source:- amarketresearchreport.com The Research Insights’ recently published report titled Global Productivity Bots Software Market presents a global study of Productivity Bots Software industry so as to understand all the profit possibilities in terms of investing in the competitive landscape. The historical growth has been traced to help readers formulate competitive strategies based on a solid databank. The report is titled ‘Global Productivity Bots Software Market Report 2019’ and is available for sale on the official website of The Research Insight. do

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The Benefits of Test-driven Development

Source :- It sounds like an oxymoron: Create test cases before coding. In the process of writing and using test cases before writing functionality, a developer can produce higher-quality software. That is the concept behind test-driven development (TDD), and it works. TDD Snapshot TDD has been around since at least 1999, and it is part of the emerging test-first approach to development associated with extreme programming. In 2003, American software developer Kent Beck “rediscovered” TDD and applied it as a

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Critical Security Flaws Lurk Inside 20% of Docker Container Files

Source :- sdxcentral.com A majority of the most popular Docker container files contain at least one notable security vulnerability, while one in five houses what is considered a critical security flaw, according to research from Kenna Security. The research, compiled by Jerry Gamblin, principle security engineer at the firm, scanned the top 1,000 containers in the Docker Hub. It found that some of the most frequently used containers had more than 100 million pulls, or downloads, and that those containers had

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