Best DevOps

The expansion of FaaS in edge: How it’ll merge IT with DevOps

Source:-itproportal.com With more enterprises continuing to integrate FaaS capabilities into both edge and cloud, we’ve seen big changes in the developer community. Deploying applications is easier than it used to be – thanks to cloud computing. IT professionals have a myriad of infrastructure choices including Virtual Machines, Containers and, most recently, Function-as-a-Service (FaaS) added to the list. FaaS capabilities further offload compute responsibilities to the service provider to better align with the needs of cloud-native, micro-services based applications. Shifting that

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Weave DevOps continuous learning into a CI/CD toolchain

Source:-searchitoperations.techtarget.com DevOps shops can bake training materials into CI/CD workflows to ensure IT and development staff constantly advance their skills — but be sure to keep those materials up to date. As the rapid proliferation of DevOps tools strains traditional corporate training resources, organizations seek new ways to keep IT skill sets up to date. Self-learning is key to the professional sanity and advancement of IT professionals — including those on DevOps teams. Embedded trainings within DevOps toolchains is one

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Do you really need Kubernetes?

Source:-itworld.com Is Kubernetes the perfect defense against cloud lock-in, or a needlessly complex solution to a problem nobody has? Oh, sure, Kubernetes is all the rage and of course you need one. Maybe three! But if you ever stop to think, “Why Kubernetes?”, as Paul Johnston did, well, expect lots (and lots) of opinions. One of the primary reasons IT professionals cite for embracing Kubernetes is to reduce lock-in by ensuring portability between clouds. This turns out to be better

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From DevOps to MLOps: The evolution of DevOps

Source:-itproportal.com Luca Ravazzolo explains how the evolution of DevOps is likely to continue, with potential far beyond its current form. The introduction of DevOps has had a profound effect on developers and the IT industry, completely changing mindsets with concepts like continuous integration and continuous delivery now much more commonplace. Over the last few years, DevOps has matured, becoming more mainstream and widely adopted, and this has led to a gradual evolution of the approach. During this time, DevOps has

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Tips for Modern IT Admins’ Career to the Cloud

Source:-devops.com Fifteen years ago IT professionals experienced a drastically different day-to-day on the job. While the main mission has always remained constant—to take charge of all internal infrastructure—the infrastructure itself has moved off-premises over time. The complexity rested in networking for IT professionals. Routers, switches, firewalls and other gear needed to be managed so the network would function. Employee devices also required attention from IT admins, but these devices were typically all Microsoft Windows machines. This allowed IT to standardize

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DevOps firewall: How pre-configuring your cloud deployment can ensure compliance

Source:- helpnetsecurity.com Following the recent massive Capital One data breach, it’s clear that even some of the world’s largest and most respected companies working in the cloud are still vulnerable to compliance and security issues. In this case, federal prosecutors charged a Seattle woman with stealing more than 100 million credit applications. As the details of the attack became public, the Capital One AWS environment came under scrutiny. It’s now accepted that the attack vector the hacker took began with

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What the DevOps movement has done for — and to — developers

Source:-searchsoftwarequality.techtarget.com It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the evolution of — and trends within — the DevOps movement fascinates Gene Kim. What practices and ideas manifest within productive DevOps initiatives and shops? Kim is a researcher, author and the founder of IT Revolution, an IT publishing and research company based in Portland, Ore. With the release of his book, The Unicorn Project, Kim joined the Test & Release podcast to talk DevOps, the five ideals covered in the novel, developer productivity — and

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Why You May Want to Hold Off on Buying Splunk Stock — But Not Forever

Source:-yahoo.comDemocratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang is fond of saying that technology is the oil of the new century. And part of that involves big data. Both a source of controversy and potential, tech firms have increasingly sought to economically harness our data. This progression drives the narrative for Splunk (NASDAQ:SPLK) and by deduction, Splunk stock. While the company may not be a household name right now, it’s certainly well on its way. Specializing in its “data-to-everything” platform, Splunk aims to radically transform how

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Redgate simplifies data masking further to respond to growth in compliant database DevOps

Source:-cambridgenetwork.co.uk  In its ongoing effort to help the increasing number of companies and organizations that need to use data masking in their development environments, Redgate has released another update for its Data Masker for SQL Server tool. The twelfth release this year, the new version makes it much easier for users to identify the best data masking rules to fit their needs. Alongside the 15 updates that were released in 2018, it’s part of the development team’s goal to ensure

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Is AIOps the future of DevOps?

Source:-information-age.com HP Morgan, business analyst at Tatvasoft Australia, discusses how AIOps helps DevOps to embrace the scale and speed needed for modern development For many years there’s been a constant demand placed on IT professionals and particularly in DevOps to become more proactive and flexible so that the businesses can accommodate and embrace the new challenges quickly to stay competitive. Such a paradigm shift has resulted in more processes by making them automated as a manual intervention that is in

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