How containers and Kubernetes change deployment and DevOps

Source – techtarget.com Containers, a technology that easily packages multicomponent applications for deployment, are well-suited for enterprises. Those same organizations likely find Kubernetes even more exciting. Kubernetes is an orchestration tool that extends — and at the same time simplifies — management of containers to support large, distributed resource pools and application component redeployments. The proliferation of containers and Kubernetes has some enterprises wondering if these technologies will change DevOps, in particular the tools organizations use to standardize and automate configurations. Kubernetes

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Developing services with DevOps & legacy components

Source – devopsonline.co.uk DevOps methodology, tools and techniques are increasingly being used to provide services which will need to integrate with core legacy applications and, for those providing a robust end-to-end service using DevOps and legacy, it is sure to be a challenge. While we focus on DevOps and agile developments and explore the opportunities afforded to us by these techniques and the tools that support them – unless you are working in a start-up – most organisations will have legacy systems that

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Kubernetes Jenkins Master-Slave: Scaling the Scalability Issue

Source – devops.com Dell and many other companies use Jenkins as a CI/CD tool and builds happen with substantial code bases that run 365 days in parallel. Generally, you may not have as much code to build, but the slave that’s created during the build process is in an upstate even after the build is completed. That can result in higher cost, higher unnecessary resource utilization and a more complex delivery pipeline. Is there the process to overcome this situation? Yes.

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How Compuware is Bringing Agile, DevOps to Mainframe Development

Source – eweek.com Compuware is intent upon bringing the new-gen discipline of continuous iteration of software development to the old-school mainframe world, and it isn’t afraid to stand alone in that market. After all, about half of all companies with data centers have at least one mainframe, according to data center industry group AFCOM. Most of those are built by IBM, which remains the market leader, and Unisys. For at least the next decade, there is going to be a distinct need for

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Linking Collaboration to the DevOps Chain

Source – itbusinessedge.com Much of the focus surrounding DevOps is on the tools, technologies and platforms that strive to produce better products in a shorter timeframe. But at its heart, DevOps is about getting people to work together more effectively and efficiently. This is easier said than done, however, especially considering that DevOps replaces the linear “waterfall” style of development with a more chaotic workflow that stresses continuous change over the creation of a “finished” product. This is why some leading DevOps

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The Top 6 DevOps Tools to Know in 2018

Source – business2community.com DevOps is more than a buzzword; it’s a culture in which the lines between the traditional roles of software development and operations (system/network/database admins) are blurred to achieve continuous integration (CI) and delivery (CD). By getting software development (Dev) and operations (Ops) teams to work together as a unified front and placing an emphasis on automation and monitoring, DevOps aims to cut development times and increase deployment frequency without compromising quality. Let’s take a look at some of the

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How to spot a DevOps faker

Source – enterprisersproject.com The growth of DevOps careers – as illustrated in these eye-opening stats – is certainly good news for IT pros with relevant skills and experience. If you’re a DevOps pro, you’re popular in the job market right now and in a command position at the negotiating table. That popularity also means that some job hunters are probably getting a little, um, creative with their resumes and LinkedIn profiles in hopes of getting a foot in the door for a DevOps role. There

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Modern service management, DevOps streamline app administration

Source – techtarget.com The term DevOps is thrown around with such frequency and verve among IT professionals that it seems like a magic elixir for every operational challenge in the era of agile applications and virtual infrastructure. Bring developers and IT together, add in some code and automation tools and voila: The IT org runs as efficiently and swiftly as a cloud-native startup. The hard reality of execution collides with the idealistic conception; there’s more to modern service management than banishing organizational silos

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Serverless computing could unleash a new startup ecosystem

Source – techcrunch.com While serverless computing isn’t new, it has reached an interesting place in its development. As developers begin to see the value of serverless architecture, a whole new startup ecosystem could begin to develop around it. Serverless isn’t exactly serverless at all, but it does enable a developer to set event triggers and leave the infrastructure requirements completely to the cloud provider. The vendor delivers exactly the right amount of compute, storage and memory and the developer doesn’t even have

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Choosing the Right Monitoring Tools for a Full-Stack Solution

Source – devops.com According to the marketsandmarkets report on APM tools, the monitoring tools market is expected to grow to $4.98 billion by 2019, at a CAGR of 12.86 percent and the DevOps market would attain market size of $8,763.8 million by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 18 percent during 2017 -2023 (source: markets business insider), with more focus on monitoring and performance management, delivery and operations management, lifecycle management, analytics and other solutions. Selection Criteria for Full Stack Monitoring Tools With the amount of

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