Kubernetes’ next step could be to try orchestrating everything else

Source:-techrepublic.com Getting a Kubernetes cluster up and running isn’t as difficult as you might think. Kubernetes has become the darling of the enterprise world. Why? Because if you need the ability to quickly scale a deployment of containers, you cannot beat the power and flexibility of this tool. Data Center Must-Reads Quantum computing: Seven truths you need to know How to select a data backup system Data recovery do’s and don’ts for IT teams Server virtualization best practices and tips

Read more

Carbon Relay Brings AIOps to Kubernetes

Source:-containerjournal.com At the Open Source and Software Development (OSCON) conference this week, Carbon Relay announced a Red Sky Ops platform that leverages machine learning algorithms to optimize Kubernetes infrastructure resources. Red Sky Ops will be available in both open source and enterprise editions. The enterprise edition includes deep reinforcement learning capabilities to continually train the artificial intelligence (AI) agent, automatic Kubernetes application configuration, data sharing and advanced automation and scheduling capabilities. The core open source version of the platform provides

Read more

DevOps vs. the juice cleanse: Only one is a passing fad

Source:- enterprisersproject.com It’s easy to put off DevOps as just another trend: Culture change is hard. But your competitors aren’t waiting Many organizations view DevOps as aspirational. They treat it like a gym membership in January: they talk big, sign up and never go. We can easily imagine someone uttering the statement, “We’re a bank, not a streaming video service,” as an argument against DevOps. This whole scenario reminds me of the joke about two hunters in the woods who come

Read more

How DevOps Training and Certification Benefits the Team

Source:- devops.com Cisco Systems recently announced sweeping changes to its training and certification programs to increase the real-world value of both. Cisco’s move demonstrates a trend by organizations that provide training and certification to place more value on the practical aspects of educating technology professionals—which, in turn, should have a major impact on those looking to build DevOps teams. “Advances in network technologies have enabled new applications and business models—converged IP networks enabled voice over IP, 3G networks enabled mobile applications

Read more

How IT teams can implement DevOps

Source – gcn.com Today government agencies face an increasingly complex technical and operational environment; they must be able to design and facilitate secure information sharing and data analysis in highly complex network environments. To effectively defend networks and speed national security decisions, government IT teams need the flexibility to deploy any kind of solution — from advanced virtualization, big data analytics and cloud computing, to application development, training and simulation. Many government agencies, however, rely on aging legacy systems, which impede

Read more

HumanOps: It’s time to make DevOps personal

Source:- jaxenter.com Over the years, as our infrastructure has moved to the cloud it has become more abstracted and self-correcting. During this time it’s been far too easy to forget that, when something goes seriously wrong, it’s still a human at the other end of the system waking up to fix it. The tech world’s mantra of ‘move fast and break things’ has spread to many other industries and sectors relying on IT infrastructure for their products and services, however

Read more