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DevOps Deeper Dive: Git Turns 15

Source:-devops.com Git, the version control system that arguably has enabled many DevOps advances over the last decade, is turning 15 this month. Git was developed by Linus Torvalds, best known for his contributions to Linux, and was so-named after he and the rest of the Linux community referred to it as “that stupid content tracker.” The term “Git” is British slang for “contemptible person.” Today, Git is now arguably one of the most important and successful open source projects ever

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How Enterprises Can Overcome Barriers to DevOps

Source:-eweek.com eWEEK DATA POINTS: The CEO of Coralogix explores barriers to DevOps and proposes potential solutions that enable deeper cooperation to ultimately deliver higher quality products at a faster pace. Data Point No. 1: Resistance to the unknown Humans are creatures of habit. We also need proof that new ways of doing things will benefit us and the way we work. One way to onboard skeptical employees to a DevOps culture is by creating a DevOps champion or champion team

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Spinnaker Pole Market Top Manufacturers forecast 2020 to 2026

Source:-westofthepond.com Latest Trends Report On Global Spinnaker Pole Market 2020 with Upcoming Industry Trends, Size, Share, Top Companies Profiles, Growth Report and Forecast By 2026. Spinnaker Pole Market is a valuable source of insightful data for business strategists. It provides the industry overview with growth analysis and historical & futuristic cost, revenue, demand and supply data (as applicable). The research analysts provide an elaborate description of the value chain and its distributor analysis. This Market study provides comprehensive data which

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Amazon settles non-compete lawsuit involving AWS sales exec who joined Google Cloud

Source:-geekwire.com Amazon settled a lawsuit involving a former Amazon Web Services sales executive who joined rival Google Cloud last year. Amazon sued Philip Moyer in July after he left the company to join Google. In its lawsuit, the tech giant argued Moyer’s move to Google would “threaten the disclosure of Amazon’s highly confidential information,” in an alleged breach of his non-compete agreement. Moyer’s new role as vice president of sales for healthcare and life sciences for Google Cloud didn’t violate the non-compete agreement

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A Case Study: How DevOps Plays a Role at Apple Headquarters

Source:-applemagazine.com Continuous updates and features are key to delivering a consistent and reliable user experience. Software companies need to go the extra mile to compete long-term and build strong relationships with their user base. This is where DevOps comes in. DevOps is a culture philosophy and agile methodology that combines development and operations. It’s clear that DevOps has a strong presence over at Apple headquarters; on any given day, you’ll find plenty of DevOps engineers positions listed on the Apple

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HOW TO STAY ON TOP OF THE GAME WITH CLOUD KNOWLEDGE

Source:-analyticsindiamag.com AMit7256Cloud computing is the on-demand provision of computing resources, database storage, apps, and other IT services through the web with a subscription-based cost model. Businesses and individuals can run a virtual server on Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform that can be used for a variety of tasks, applications and services. To succeed in the game, businesses are constantly looking to attract and retain the best professionals. The enterprise adoption of cloud services models has led to new opportunities for

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Cloud computing, robotics, bonds: ETF industry leaders talk 2020′s top themes

2020 could be a banner year for exchange-traded funds. With ETFs attracting more than $73 billion of inflows as of Feb. 7, according to ETF.com, this year is shaping up to be a strong one for the industry, particularly with the rise of thematic ETFs. As the industry expands and financial advisors more readily embrace ETFs as a viable investment option, the prospects for thematic funds are improving, ETF managers told CNBC’s “ETF Edge” last week. “One of the hottest

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What Will the Next 10 Years of Continuous Delivery Look Like?

Source:-infoq.com Dave Farley and Jez Humble talked at the DeliveryConf about their expectations for the next ten years of Continous Delivery (CD). For CD to succeed, the IT industry needs to focus on three performance aspects: technical, organizational, and cultural–all profoundly interrelated. DORA’s report has shown that technical practices can lead the change, but they alone aren’t enough. Ten years after the book “Continous Delivery” by Farley and Humble, many practices have emerged like distributed tracing, chaos engineering, and traffic

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Implementing DevOps Goes Beyond Technology

Source:-devops.com The implementation of DevOps is primarily toward a change of process. All you need is to break down the feed store and bring in the competing individual inducements to acquire the actual benefits from DevOps. Regarding the change of process, it will either be embraced by those who are making the change and succeed, or it will get rejected and eventually fail. The hardest part of successful DevOps is not the implementation of technology but much beyond it. It

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Development to Operations Market Size, Trends, DevOps Report, 2025

Source:-theanalyticsnews.com Trusted Business Insights presents the Latest Study on Development to Operations Market 2019-2025. The report contains market predictions related to market size, revenue, production, CAGR, Consumption, gross margin, price, and other substantial factors. While emphasizing the key driving and restraining forces for this market, the report also offers a complete study of the future trends and developments of the market. It also examines the role of the leading market players involved in the industry including their corporate overview, financial

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