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What’s Next in DevOps?

Source:-infoq.com Key Takeaways The shift from project to product continues, with an eye towards long-term maintainability and adaptability. The shift to small, semi-autonomous teams continues, as does the market for platforms that integrate and aggregate information from disparate tools. The growing importance of data science and analytics on the development lifecycle. Concepts such as Value Stream Mapping that look at the entire Dev lifecycle become increasingly important, and pre-built tools to support this become more common. Increasingly specialized vendors and

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Aligning edge and IoT DevOps only needs SUSE

Source:-techhq.com All areas of the enterprise have their role to play in digital transformation: from HR through operations, logistics, F & A and, of course, IT. Because the digital transformation of any organization is reliant to a significant extent on the IT underpinning the process (although even basics like HR or procurement strategies need to be re-examined), it’s the IT function that needs to be most responsive, agile and business-focused. In this respect, all areas of the IT Department are

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Scaling DevOps for the Enterprise

Source:-devops.com Information technology has been an integral piece of the modern enterprise for multiple decades and that dependency is only growing. With digital transformation, there’s the inevitable increase in demand for new applications. As such, software development services will continue to be a vital component of the business amidst the mounting pressure to innovate and deliver. This has resulted in many organizations moving from traditional development practices to more flexible and agile methodologies. Conventional software delivery methods are also being

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NZ Internal Affairs shifts RealMe citizen digital identity services to Azure

Source:-zdnet.com The RealMe Login and Assertion Services will be transitioned from a custom-made, legacy platform to a cloud-based platform by 30 June 2020. The New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs will be shifting its citizen digital identity services to the cloud, with the “RealMe Login and Assertion Services” to be transitioned come June 30. CLOUD Cloud computing: Spending is breaking records, Microsoft Azure slowly closes the gap on AWS cto combine its Windows client and hardware teams under Chief Product

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VMware amps up its cloud and data-center security

Source:-networkworld.com Upgrades to VMware security software rely on technology it bought with the purchase of Carbon Black, Avi Networks, Cloud Coreo and CloudHealth. VMware this week further integrated and added new features to its security software in an effort to bring unified protection to resources in data centers, and private clouds and public clouds. The company rolled out three new offerings: VMware Advanced Security for Cloud Foundation – an integrated package of VMware Carbon Black technology, NSX Advanced Load Balancer

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How to back up Kubernetes and Docker

Source:-networkworld.com You don’t have to back up everything about every container, but it’s important to back up configurations for running and managing them in case of disaster. Yes, your container infrastructure needs some type of backup. Kubernetes and Docker will not magically build themselves after a disaster. As discussed in a separate article, you don’t need to back up the running state of each container, but you will need to back up the configuration used to run and manage your

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How to Use DevOps for Compliance

Source:-devops.com Picture this: You’ve been working in an organization’s IT department for a couple of years and tasks have become quite a routine. Some documentation here and there, code reviews, end-user training, routine meetings with the developers and so on. You can do literally everything with your eyes closed. Then, all of a sudden, the company is going public and you feel like you’ve been thrown into a different dimension. There are new procedures to follow, endless meetings to attend

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What is DevOps? Definition

Source:-sdxcentral.com DevOps is a methodology where the development of a product or service is integrated with its operation. In DevOps, the development and operations teams are broken down into smaller groups consisting of members from both teams. This integration allows teams to use methods such as continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) which allows them to deliver new features to market faster and fix bugs more efficiently. DevOps can be used for any type of software development but it is

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Microservices – how to redefine the possible in digital transformation

Source:-bobsguide.com Digital transformation is more akin to a journey than a destination and all banks start out from different points. Although the journey is necessary, there are many barriers to progress, including: inertia, existing structures and lack of knowledge of the required modern technologies. Find out how to progress at our upcoming event with AWS: ‘Embracing Monolith Modernisation’ The structure of many banks is an accident of history. Most have grown up along product lines. In the beginning, there was just

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Improving DevOps May Take Pain Out of Law Firm Tech Development

Source:- law.com Law firms are beginning to bring software developers into the fold, and as law firms’ IT departments make room, tech consultants say a clear understanding of priorities and expectations are paramount for efficient workflows. More law firms are developing legal technology to assist their clients or streamline lawyers’ or staffers’ workload. In turn, DevOps can be key in alleviating inefficiencies or burnout during legal tech development. DevOps, short for development and operations, is a set of practices used to quicken and

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