Best DevOps

Improve your teams productivity using GitHub for DevOps–and Docs

Source – ibm.com As Steven Weaver recently discussed in his blog about GitHub and the DevOps toolchain, GitHub offers a powerful tool for improving your team’s collaboration and workflow. It makes processes and procedures much more repeatable and automatable. By design, GitHub also functions as a terrific tool for capturing the “tribal knowledge” that’s embodied in your DevOps team, and turning it into documentation that can bootstrap your team into even greater productivity. Anecdotally, IBM teams using GitHub Enterprise to provide

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Red Hat to Acquire Codenvy to Extend DevOps Tools Capability

Source – infoq.com Red Hat has announced the acquisition of Codenvy, an Agile and cloud-native tools provider. Financial terms of the deal are not being publicly disclosed. Red Hat’s acquisition of Codenvy adds to its portfolio of development tools providing capability for container-based and cloud-native applications. Codenvy will be incorporated into Red Hat’s OpenShift.io environment – a hosted development environment for developers building hybrid cloud services that the firm announced earlier in the month. Codenvy is based on Eclipse Che, an

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Continuous Delivery with Kubernetes the Hard Way

Source – infoq.com This post will discuss how to build up an architecture for continuous delivery from simple to complicated. At each point we’ll see the limitations of the simpler approaches, and justify adding complexity and/or refactoring the architecture. The ultimate approach described here is the approach that the Weaveworks team has found works best for them. Continuous delivery Continuous delivery is when software is produced in a way that allows it to be released little and often, rather than in

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Can DevOps make over network engineers into coders?

Source – siliconangle.com Software developers are now plying their trade deep down the stack with programmable networks, so why not give network engineers some Representational State Transfer (known as REST) application program interfaces (and perhaps hoodies) and make them developers? “One of the things in DevNet we’re working on is what we call the evolution of a network engineer,” said Amanda Whaley (pictured), director of developer experience, DevNet, at Cisco Systems Inc. Three years ago, Whaley brought her software development chops to work at networking

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Ansible Emerges As the Preferred DevOps Software

Source – Readitquik.com Ansible, an open-source software automation engine, is the latest in the league of DevOps tools to join well-known player Chef and Puppet. Founded in 2013 as an open source project, Ansible was bought by Red Hat in 2015 for a supposed amount of over $100 million. Since then, it has gained huge popularity with the DevOps community, and currently occupies third place in StackShare’s list of ‘Top Five Most In-Demand Devops Tools.’ Post its acquisition by Red

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Why DevOps May Be Wrong for Your Organization

Source – xebialabs.com The wide success of agile as a way to improve transparency and delivery is a great example of a better way of working that seemed to be making a real and positive change to organizations that were correctly embracing it. Similarly, the adoption of cloud services as a place to build new, highly scalable solutions was a “no brainer” for organizations looking at what other successful companies were doing. However, not all agile adoption was successful and not

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Which DevOps platform should you learn?

Source – certmag.com Business growth depends on a company’s ability to innovate in line with changing customer needs and market realities. Innovation requires fast and reliable software delivery. And great software is a result of integrating development with IT operations and functions in a manner that enables better communication and co-operation, resulting in greater speed and enhanced quality. What is a DevOps platform and how are they used? The term “DevOps” refers to the coming together of developers and operations personnel

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How To Automatically Update Running Docker Containers

Source – ostechnix.com Watchtower is a free, open source application that allows you to monitor the running Docker containers and updates them automatically if it finds any changes in their base images. When watchtower finds that a running container needs to be updated, it will gracefully stop the running container by sending it a SIGTERM signal. It will then download the new image, and finally restart the Container with the same options that were used when it was deployed initially. Everything will

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Atlassian spurs DevOps adoption for the enterprise

Source – theserverside.com Software development toolmaker Atlassian is moving to empower large organizations to adopt DevOps despite challenges, such as global scale, deep-rooted silos, disconnected tools and complicated compliance requirements. To help spur DevOps adoption in the enterprise, Atlassian has added new features in its Bitbucket Server and Data Center 5.0 and Bamboo 6.0 products. Bitbucket is a hosting service for source code and development projects that enables developers to collaborate on projects. Bamboo is a continuous integration, deployment and

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Roll DevOps tools into your AWS migration plan

Source – techtarget.com accelerated dePublic cloud platforms such as AWS have changed how many businesses develop applications. Cloud affords development times — and enables some dev teams to release new features and app updates multiple times a day. But none of this would be possible without a vast array of DevOps tools and services. After an AWS migration, businesses can model their infrastructure as code (IaC), build and test code with managed services and automate deployments using continuous integration (CI) and continuous

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