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Atlassian Unfurls Bevy of DevOps Updates

Source:-devops.com Atlassian today made a dozen updates to its DevOps portfolio as part of an effort to better unify workflows spanning disparate tools. Suzie Prince, head of product for Bitbucket at Atlassian, said the latest updates are intended to enable DevOps teams to streamline workflows without requiring everyone in the organization to standardize on the same set of tools. Updates to the Atlassian DevOps portfolio include DevOps Automation Triggers, which makes it possible to create automation to keep development activities

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Is Apple Planning To Enter Cloud Computing Space?

Source:-forbes.com Apple plans to focus on streamlining and expanding its software and cloud-based services such as iCloud, Apple Music, News Plus, etc. along with the production of iPhones, iPads, and Macbooks. However, to ensure that these cloud-based services run across Apple’s 1.5 billion active devices efficiently, Apple is reliant on its cloud division as well as on Amazon Web Services (AWS), a subsidiary of Amazon that offers cloud computing solutions. As a matter of fact, CNBC reckoned that Apple pays

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An Executive’s View Of The COVID-19 Crisis: Cloud Computing Is Proving Itself

Source:-forbes.com The recent COVID-19 crisis has spurred increased more cloud spending, according to a survey of 750 executives from Flexera. More than half, 59 percent, said their cloud usage will be higher than planned before the pandemic hit. If anything, cloud is seen as a lifesaver for businesses through a period of uncertainty, with employees suddenly scattered across a corporate diaspora. All of a sudden, all doubts about the cloud model — especially with security and hidden costs — evaporated.

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VMware handily topped earnings estimates for its first quarter.

Source:-containerjournal.com VMware handily topped earnings estimates for its first quarter. As more and more companies are embracing the cloud-native DevOps journey, it is important to understand how tools such as Docker and Kubernetes enable digital transformation. As companies migrate their infrastructure and architecture to match the ongoing technology trend of a cloud-native and data-driven era, we’ve seen a rise in interest for cloud computing, containerization and orchestration solutions. When talking about cloud-native, it is hard to ignore names like Docker

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DevOps Institute Announces First Playbook to Ignite The DevOps Journey

Source:-devops.com The DevOps Journey Playbook is the first of DevOps Institute’s new SKILup Playbook Library to share a dynamic collective body of knowledge that aligns thought leadership from industry experts with curated research and pragmatic guidance regardless of where you are on the journey BOCA RATON, Fla., May 28, 2020 — DevOps Institute, a global member-based association for advancing the human elements of DevOps, today announced the introduction of its SKILup Playbook Library, a dynamic collective body of knowledge (cBok)

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Cloud Security: 5 Serious Emerging Cloud Computing Threats to Avoid

Source:-securityboulevard.com Data breaches that resulted from cloud misconfigurations cost businesses nearly $3.18 trillion in 2019, according to DivvyCloud — here’s what to know to protect your business The Covid-19 pandemic is having huge effects on the economy, our social lives, and the ways in which we work. With many staff around the world now being required to work from home, the crisis has focused attention on cloud security and the resilience of its infrastructure to stand up to cloud security

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The DevOps Imperative: Keep Up Or Get Lost

Source:-forbes.com When I started in the software industry more than 30 years ago, we were still writing code in low-level programming languages and handing projects off to other teams without even knowing if they worked. The process was time-consuming and prone to errors — a lot like moving at the speed of a horse and cart compared to a car. We were doing well if we released major updates every 12-18 months. That now sounds like the Dark Ages. Today,

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CONTINUOUS INTEGRATION (CI) TOOLS MARKET CONTINUOUS EXCELLENT GROWTH | AUTORABIT, APPVEYOR, DRONE.IO, RENDERED TEXT, BITRISE, NEVERCODE, AND PHPCI

Source:-jewishlifenews.com The subject matter experts behind the research have collected vital statistics on the market share, size and growth as a way to help stakeholders, business owners and field marketing personnel identify the areas to reduce costs, improve sales, explore new opportunities and streamline their processes. The different areas covered in the report are Continuous Integration (CI) Tools Market size, drivers and restraints, segment analysis, geographic outlook, major Companies in the market, and competitive landscape. Some of the Leading key

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Q&A on the Compose Specification Community

Source:-infoq.com Docker released a community for developing the Compose specification to help developers build cloud-native applications using compose. There’ve been different implementations of Docker compose to make it work in platforms like Kubernetes or AWS ECS. But Docker wants to work with the community to provide better support and define the future of Compose. The Compose spec is to let people use compose in different platforms and make any new features as a first-class feature in Compose. InfoQ recently talked

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Google Cloud VP discusses unprecedented computing needs because of the coronavirus

Source:-techrepublic.com Get details on how hospitals are using chatbots to answer COVID-19 questions, telemedicine is on the rise, and patients are using Chromebooks to communicate with relatives. CBS News and CNET Senior Producer Dan Patterson talked with Philip Moyer, VP of Industries for Google Cloud, about the needs that hospitals, healthcare workers, and other essential services are facing due to the coronavirus. The following is an edited transcript of their conversation. Philip Moyer: It’s been a pretty extraordinary thing to

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