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Cisco Aligns With Google to Meld DevOps and NetOps

Source:-devops.com The extension of a partnership between Cisco Systems and Google to drive tighter integration between their respective software-defined wide area network (SD-WANs) offerings and cloud platforms promises to accelerate the convergence of NetOps and DevOps. John Apostolopoulos, vice president and CTO for Intent-Based Networking Group at Cisco, said in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic it’s clear more organizations will be employing SD-WANs as an alternative to virtual private networks. Many of those SD-WAN deployments, however, will be on

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Mphasis Partners with Sauce Labs to Reduce Testing Time and Power DevOps Initiatives

Source:-expresscomputer.in Mphasis, an IT solutions provider specializing in cloud and cognitive services, today announced the continued success of its partnership with Sauce Labs Inc, the provider of continuous testing solutions that deliver digital confidence. The partnership between Mphasis and Sauce Labs delivers modern continuous testing technology and best practices enterprises need to build scalable, reliable, high-performance web, and mobile applications necessary for success in the digital era. The partnership between Mphasis and Sauce Labs continues to drive significant business results

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VMware Delivers More Tanzu Services for Kubernetes

Source:-containerjournal.com VMware has moved its effort to embrace Kubernetes forward by making elements of its Tanzu portfolio of services for building, deploying and managing applications in Kubernetes environments more broadly available. Tanzu Kubernetes Grid, which provides a service for managing any distribution of Kubernetes, is now generally available along with version 1.7 of Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Integrated Edition, formerly known as the VMware Enterprise PKS distribution of Kubernetes. Version 2.9 of Tanzu Application Service, a runtime environment for Java, .Net

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Seven Effective Tips to Get the Most Out of your DevOps

Source:-devops.com It seems that every firm is trying to include DevOps in their software delivery cycle these days. This is understandable. According to the 2019 Accelerate State of DevOps Report, companies using DevOps are more likely to achieve elite performance in software development and delivery. Companies such as Google and Amazon can be deploying thousands of updates a day. These rapid updates improve company performance and result in the provision of better software solutions for the end-user. In this article,

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Canonical Adds Managed Services for Kubernetes Environments

Source:-containerjournal.com As part of an effort to help organizations accelerate their transition to modern applications based on Kubernetes clusters, Canonical is making available 10 complementary databases and tools as a set of services that it will continually manage and update on behalf of customers. Canonical will manage databases including MySQL, InfluxDB, PostgreSQL, MongoDB and ElasticSearch along with Kafka, open source event streaming software and Open Source Mano, a platform for managing network functions virtualization (NFV) software. In addition, access to Grafana, Prometheus

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Copado Launches DevOps COVID-19 Initiative

Source:-devops.com Copado, a provider of a DevOps platform building and deploying applications on top of Salesforce software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, will make its platform available for free to anyone working on applications to help combat the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, Copado has launched a virtual DevOps training center and opened its DevOps community to anyone in the Salesforce ecosystem by making DevOps certifications available for free for 90 days to anyone who can pass an online examination. Previously, Copado charged $250

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DevOps isn’t enough — your team needs to embrace FleetOps

Source:-thenextweb.com Let me ask you a question: How many websites and applications do you think the average medium to large-sized organization runs? Dozens? Hundreds? How about thousands? You’re almost there. Way back in 2015, Forrester Research interviewed digital leaders at enterprise organizations and found that, on average, they were maintaining 268 customer-facing sites, which at the time felt like a huge number. Well, five years have passed, and enterprise organizations are now managing thousands of apps, with some corporations running

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GitLab Shifts 18 Features Into Core Open Source Platform

Source:-devops.com GitLab this week announced it has moved 18 features that previously organizations had to pay for into the core open source version of its namesake continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform. Scott Williamson, executive vice president of product management for GitLab, said as a general rule the company makes available DevOps tools for teams across the four tiers of services that organizations can employ. Features now being migrated to the Core offering include: Plan: Synchronize collaboration with “related issues,” “export

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Zettaset Adds Kubernetes Support to Encryption Platform

Source:-containerjournal.com Zettaset announced it has added support for Kubernetes to its software for encrypting data at rest. Company CEO Tim Reilly says Zettaset XCrypt Kubernetes Encryption is designed to make it easier for IT organizations that have adopted Kubernetes to centralize the management of encrypted data across multiple Kubernetes clusters. Previously, Zettaset had enabled the data stored on physical storage systems by Docker containers to be encrypted at rest. That approach makes it possible to now automate encryption policy management as part

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DevOps Brings Pressure to Bear on Database Management

Source:-devops.com The rise of DevOps is starting to have a significant impact on the rate at which databases now need to be deployed and updated. A global survey of more than 2,000 developers, database specialists and IT leaders conducted by Redgate Software, a provider of tools for automating the management of databases, finds nearly half (49%) are now deploying database changes in production at least once a week or more. Kendra Little, DevOps advocate for Redgate Software, said most of

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