DataOps and DevOps: A Match Made in Heaven

Source:-devops.com The adoption of IT technologies has increased exponentially over the last few decades. Nowadays, the need to create quality web applications while simultaneously managing their extensive data effectively is a major concern for any organization. As such, there have been continuous efforts to come up with better approaches to software development, data analysis and data management. In order to meet the needs of today’s internet users, technology companies have intensified their efforts and are increasingly making use of all

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Rubrik Looks to Meld Data Management and DevOps

Source:-devops.com During its FORWARD Digital Summit event last week, Rubrik made a case for the melding of DevOps and data management. The company announced that its Polaris Data Management Platform, delivered as a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform, has added the ability to protect workloads running on virtual machines on the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Rubrik already provides support for Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure clouds. In addition, Rubrik announced it has extended its AWS data protection support to include

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How to split workloads with Microsoft Azure Stack

Source:-bdtechtalks.com Hybrid cloud infrastructure allows an enterprise to split workloads between public clouds, private clouds, and on-premise resources. Reasons for doing this often include the need to split dynamic workloads from less dynamic ones so they can be processed in a public cloud at a more cost-effective rate. Another common reason is to separate out sensitive data and store it securely on-premise while storing the remainder in a public cloud. Public cloud vs on-premise A public cloud is operated by

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4 Kubernetes security challenges and how to address them

Source:-techbeacon.com The widespread use of Kubernetes is testament to enterprises’ faith in their ability not just to handle the complexity of modern app development and modernization initiatives, but to do so at scale. According to a recent survey of 1,340 technical experts in companies of all sizes, conducted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), 78% of respondents are using the open-source container orchestration tool in production. This is up from just 58% last year. But while Kubernetes is one

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Comparing Three Approaches to Multi-Cloud Security Management

Source:-devops.com Moving to a multi-cloud environment can bring many advantages, but it also brings huge challenges in managing both the everyday operations and security of multi-cloud infrastructures. To meet these challenges, several approaches to multi-cloud management have arisen. The most common can be roughly grouped into three categories: Cloud Management Platforms (CMPs), Infrastructure as Code (IaC) and cloud-native abstraction. The differences between these approaches reflect the differences between top-down and bottom-up cloud management, as each management process suits a different

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How to build a DevOps army

Source:-techbeacon.com As you scale DevOps, you need more people who understand the fundamentals—​including dev and test pros, IT operations pros, and even stakeholders. You could bring in external folks, but they’re expensive and in short supply. So start building your DevOps army now by training existing employees on the basics. Here’s what each role needs to know at a minimum, and how to provide —or where to go to get—that training. [ Continuous delivery and release automation (CDRA) demands speed

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DevOps at Scale: Winning Strategy for Modern Enterprises

Source:-devops.com DevOps is a word that has generated massive interest over the last few years among the software-powered organizations and developers, yet many people don’t fully understand what it actually means. One thing is for sure, as cool as it sounds, DevOps is not some kind of top-secret developer army group, job profile or even a tool. It is a wonderful ideology that any firm can help itself to unite their tech crew and take the company to newer heights.

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The Most Logical Federal Use Cases for DevOps

Source:-fedtechmagazine.com DevOps helps agencies modernize aging applications and processes, save time, and enhance quality of life for developers. Agencies are turning to a DevOps methodology to develop applications and increase innovation but face hurdles in increasing adoption of the approach, according to a newly released white paper. The white paper from ACT-IAC, “DevOps Primer: Case Studies and Best Practices from Across Government,” notes that DevOps remains “a small pilot effort on a handful of applications” because it “usually lacks visibility

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Survey: Cloud Skills Vital to Enterprise DevOps

Source:-virtualizationreview.com The DevOps Institute has published a report on enterprise DevOps skills, finding that along with bedrock CI/CD talent, knowledge of cloud platforms and cloud environments is vital. The organization’s emphasis on worker skills is obvious from its self description as a global association committed to advancing the human elements of DevOps by equipping people with Skills, Knowledge, Ideas and Learning (SKIL). While CI/CD (continuous integration/continuous delivery) is almost synonymous with DevOps and thus was the No. 1 response from

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The 7-Step plan for successful AIOps implementations

Source:-softwaretestingnews.co.uk The idea of applying artificial intelligence and machine learning to more rapidly and accurately resolve IT incidents and manage alerts has been gaining steam in the past year. While AIOps, as it’s frequently called, has spawned an entirely new market of startups, many enterprise IT leaders are playing a cautious hand so far – and for good reason. There are risks, though. If an AIOps tool goes wrong out of the gates, IT and executive trust diminishes. That’s why

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