What makes great DevOps teams tick

Source:-enterprisersproject.com The principles of DevOps go beyond just improving software development processes. They also help foster stronger, more productive teams Perhaps the most influential development philosophy of the last decade, DevOps brings together insights in psychology, sociology, technology, and economics, enabling IT teams to help digital businesses thrive. DevOps practices have played a key role in the success of organizations from AWS to Netflix. In “The DevOps Handbook” and “The Phoenix Project,” Gene Kim describes the fundamental practices of DevOps

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How DevOps Tools Are Contributing to Automation Initiatives Across the IT Landscape

Source:-devops.com Prolific advancements in IT, specifically in agile methods and culture over the years, has led to burgeoning needs for a more holistic end-to-end software delivery approach. Agile development is an umbrella term that encompasses numerous incremental and iterative software development practices — including Kanban, SAFe (Scaled Agile Framework), Scrum, Extreme Programming (XP), Lean Development, among others. Each methodology works on its own unique approach. However, the core commonalities they share lie mainly in their values and vision. The methodologies

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DevOps: Why shift left goes wrong

Source:-enterprisersproject.com The shift-left approach helps development teams make software better and faster. So why hasn’t it caught on – and how can you beat the barriers to success? Last year, “shift left” — the idea of automating and introducing a variety of activities earlier into the software build cycle — was one of the hottest topics in development. I have talked about it frequently, and I believe it is fundamentally important to ensuring the quality of software, making it faster

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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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5 open source projects that make Kubernetes even better

Source:-enterprisersproject.com Open source projects bring many additional capabilities to Kubernetes, such as performance monitoring, developer tools, serverless capabilities, and CI/CD workflows. Check out these five widely used options When it comes to cloud-native open source projects, Kubernetes gets a lot of the press. And why wouldn’t it? This container orchestration and management platform takes containers from something an individual developer might use on their laptop to a platform that can run the largest and most demanding containerized workloads in production.

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Kubernetes security: New tech, familiar attack vectors

Source:-enterprisersproject.com With Kubernetes, some old threat vectors may feel new again. Kubernetes security experts say misconfigured settings and privilege mistakes are examples that can open up risk. Mind these six items To call Kubernetes “new” is increasingly a misnomer: July 15, 2020, will mark the five-year anniversary of version 1.0 of the CNCF open source project. But it’s still plenty new to many teams and individual practitioners, with a corresponding learning curve about how to take appropriate measures to secure

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Pinpoint Unveils Dashboard for Multiple DevOps Platforms

Source:-devops.com Pinpoint today launched a namesake operations dashboard for software development teams designed to span multiple tools and platforms. Company CEO Jeff Haynie said the Pinpoint dashboard provides a holistic view of software development projects in a way that eliminates the need to open tabs in multiple management consoles for each tool and platform that make up a DevOps toolchain. IT leaders can employ a single issue workflow dashboard to track activity in real-time as it occurs within commonly employed

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Edge computing vs. cloud computing: What’s the difference?

Source:-enterprisersproject.com Is edge computing just new branding for a type of cloud computing, or is it something truly new? Let’s examine how the edge approach works, where edge makes sense, and how edge and cloud will coexist Doing enterprise computing in the cloud is no longer a novel concept. But what about the edge? You’re hearing more about edge computing, often in the same breath as talk about 5G and Internet of Things (IoT). So is edge computing just new branding for a type

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Home Depot, IHG and the 5 Principles of IT Management in a Multi-Cloud World

Source:-enterpriseai.news Proliferation of hybrid and multi-cloud architectures has resulted in rapid and remarkable technological advances. But it has also introduced monumental, multi-faceted complexities into IT infrastructure management, including: Managing multiple on-premises, private and public cloud resources Complicated and lengthy provisioning processes for resource deployment Continually evolving challenges maintaining visibility into multi-cloud ecosystems Ongoing concerns around governance, cost control and security In the face of these challenges, enterprise IT must enable innovation and digital transformation. Whether through self-service and intelligent automation,

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Kubernetes Security: Key Factors to Consider

Source:-containerjournal.com Here are six ways organizations can increase their Kubernetes security Containers and Kubernetes adoption have been phenomenal in the last year. According to the recently published CNCF report, container adoption has jumped to 84%, with Kubernetes being adopted by 78% of respondents to orchestrate those containers. However, there are security concerns regarding containers and Kubernetes. As StackRox’s ‘The State of Container and Kubernetes Security Report 2020″ notes, Kubernetes and container security have become pain points for technical leaders and

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