Kubernetes – from internal project to world leader

Source :- Kubernetes’s flexibility and ability to evolve means it will continue to be at the heart of cutting-edge technologies like 5G and IoT, writes Carmine Rimi, Canonical Kubernetes, the container orchestration system for automating application deployment, recently celebrated its fifth birthday. Starting life as an internal project at Google, Kubernetes has grown to become the largest open source project in history. This dominance has been supported by the platform’s inherent benefits. After all, Kubernetes can scale to the requirements

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DevOps: Communication falling short between security and developers

Source :- itbrief.com.au Despite the benefits of adopting a DevOps culture within an organisation, a majority of IT leaders believe communications between IT security and software development must be improved. That’s according to a new survey from cybersecurity soltions firm Trend Micro, which revealed that while more than two-thirds (69%) of respondents claimed such initiatives had become more important over the past year, an even higher percentage argued that communication within the IT department needed to improve. Some 73% said software

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Reflect adds color to Puppet DevOps tools

Source – techtarget.com Data visualization specialist Reflect enlivens the growing Puppet DevOps tool portfolio, but it’s unclear if Puppet’s wares will catch enterprise customers’ attention in a busy marketplace. The purchase of Reflect, a startup company based in Portland, Ore., shows that Puppet has little choice but to reinvent itself as containers pull users’ attention away from traditional configuration management, analysts said. Data visualization, a way to portray data so that it’s easily understood by people, will also be increasingly important

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Securing DevOps Without Undermining It

Source – itbusinessedge.com Everybody wants to do DevOps right, and part of that equation is making sure applications and services remain secure even as development and integration transition to a continuous workflow model. But chaos, even the controlled chaos of DevOps, poses a particular challenge to security. It opens up too many attack vectors and introduces too much uncertainty into what is now a very staid, stable data environment. When everything, even infrastructure, is defined and managed as code, security requires

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7 risk mitigation strategies for the cloud

Source – itworld.com Cloud services are here to stay, and they are taking over more enterprise functions every year. Where once cloud services were limited to simple storage or contact management, core functions like ERP have now moved to the cloud. And with a broad array of essential services increasingly shifting to the cloud, IT leaders must keep an eye on the risks inherent in today’s cloud environment and take preventative steps to mitigate them. Here’s a look at what your organization

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These are the tech skills you need to survive in Singapore banking: adapt or die

Source – efinancialcareers.com Barely a week goes by without a major bank announcing a restructure, transformation programme, or rebalancing of their strategy, especially here in Asia. Despite this, banks are still investing heavily in technology in Singapore, but the mix of skills they need is changing. As they seek to achieve digital transformation to engage better with customers and hold off fintech start-ups, they need technology people who can collaborate with peers in other professional disciplines, both within the bank and with vendors,

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Does DevOps Plus Open Source Equal Security?

Source – forbes.com There is a cost to prioritizing speed over software quality. Today’s CIO is in a tough spot. As one of the fastest-growing professions, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, we are seeing more newly promoted CIOs enter the job market than ever before. In addition to this flood of fresh CIOs who have limited experience managing increasingly complex IT issues, we have CEOs and boards putting more pressure on IT organizations to deliver updates faster while

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Qualys: How to be cool with DevOps

Source – computerweekly.com Well, it was only meant to be an open question, a hypothesising supposition, a point of informed speculation that might lead to an informal pub discussion at best. But, as is often the way with these things, the industry has taken it as a clarion call for commentary and deeper analysis… and who are we to turn down the opportunity for deeper inspection of the DevOps state of the nation? First among a small group of spokespeople invited

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When DevOps And SecOps Collide: How To Improve Collaboration To Enable Agility

Source – forbes.com There are two kinds of companies today: the ones that are in the cloud and ones that will be in the cloud. The gravitational pull fueled by agility, cost and resource management cannot be resisted. Today’s digital transformation is invigorating companies around the world to increase performance and drive more output. The rush to harness new digital technologies often results in enthusiastic business owners taking initiatives straight to the cloud, putting DevOps and SecOps at odds by allowing

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DevOps the forgotten team when it comes to security: CyberArk

Source – zdnet.com Due to the dynamic nature of DevOps and the business “secrets” they have access to, security vendor CyberArk has highlighted the importance of ensuring these teams are protected from the threat landscape. According to Jeffrey Kok, senior director of solution engineering for Asia Pacific and Japan at CyberArk, exposing DevOps to the elements means privileged account credentials — such as SSH keys, API keys, and other credentials — are proliferating throughout IT infrastructure at a rapid-fire pace, creating

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