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NetOps vs DevOps vs DevSecOps – What’s the Difference?

Source:-tripwire.com One thing I have noticed is that each industry comes up with their own terms and acronyms. Unfortunately, these inventions often vary depending on the person you speak to due to a lack of a governing body that decides on an exact definition. At times, acronyms can even overlap, causing further confusion. Therefore, when it comes to definitions, I always look to ask a variety of persons from across industries on how they would define certain terms. In fact,

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Why Google Is an Underdog in the Cloud Race

Source:-fool.com Google owns the world’s largest search engine, web browser, and mobile operating system. Yet it controlled just 4% of the public cloud services market last year, according to Gartner. That put it in fourth place behind Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN), Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), and Alibaba — which controlled 48%, 16%, and 8% of that market, respectively. Google still believes that it can challenge Amazon and Microsoft to become one of the top two cloud players by 2023, according to The Information, but

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Kubernetes is booming, but consolidation is coming

Source:-zdnet.com The crowded halls of the official Kubernetes conference Kubecon reflect a nascent but important technology whose best future might be to disappear into the background. Kubernetes is an important part of the future of computing infrastructure, because containers are an important new tool for the way we build applications. CLOUD Microsoft acquires cloud file-migration specialist Mover Red Hat OpenShift 4.2: Kubernetes for the hybrid-cloud developer Top cloud providers 2019: AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Adobe’s cloud pivot: What we’ve

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GE Aviation Passwords, Source Code Exposed in Open Jenkins Server

Source:- threatpost.com A DNS misconfiguration resulted in an open Jenkins server being available to all. A public Jenkins server owned by GE Aviation has exposed source code, plaintext passwords, global system configuration details and private keys from the company’s internal commercial infrastructure. GE Aviation, a subsidiary of General Electrics, is among the top commercial aircraft engine suppliers, and offers various airplane components. The server also contained a ReadMe file, outlining all the files it contained and their sensitivity. Jenkins is an

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Can DevOps and MSPs Work Together?

Source:- devops.com DevOps and the adoption of MSP-based IT operations are both surging trends in the IT industry today. They are also trends that contradict each other in some key respects. Here’s a look at what MSPs mean for DevOps, and vice versa. DevOps and MSPs: A Primer MSPs, or managed service providers, are companies that provide IT services on a contract basis. They’re a solution for organizations that want to outsource some or all of their IT needs. In turn,

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Cloud Automation and Orchestration Made Easy

Source – news.sys-con.com Step into any boardroom and the talk is all about speed and quality: How to accelerate the delivery of innovative new products and services, while improving the quality of existing ones. When this question is asked, all eyes turn to the CIO: How can IT bring business velocity to both the software lifecycle and the digital business, end-to-end from digital touchpoint to system of record? This is especially the case for cloud-based services. Today’s modern enterprise environments

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Monitoring Your IT Services Beyond Nagios

Source – opsview.com Over the last couple of months I have been talking to more and more customers about how to monitor their IT services properly and one thing pops up quite often: Do they need anything beyond Nagios® Core (aka Nagios)? If yes, what should they do beyond it? The Basics Nagios is free and so gets away with quite a lot but using it to manage complex systems can be a real challenge. It can also be unforgiving on

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The impact of new digital business models on IT services

Source:- cio.com Suddenly, on-shoring is becoming more in vogue. Like many U.S. CIOs and their C-suite colleagues, you may be actively exploring how to duplicate or offset the loss of cost benefits from offshore/labor-arbitrage services. I have good news for you, along with a crucial tip. Four primary factors are driving U.S. companies to make the move to onshore service delivery: Uncertainty associated with the potential of changing tax laws and border taxes, which could introduce a tax of 20

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