SnapLogic Extends DevOps Reach via GitHub

Source – devops.com SnapLogic has extended the reach of its SnapLogic Enterprise Integration Cloud into the realm of DevOps by making it possible to store integrations creating using Snap connectors in GitHub. The company also announced integration with the DC/OS platform from Mesosphere along with a new service catalog and several updates to the Iris artificial intelligence (AI) software it uses make recommendations concerning the construction of integration pipelines. At the same time, SnapLogic has enhanced both its monitoring tools for application programming

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DevSecOps: How to conquer 3 big culture challenges

Source – enterprisersproject.com Just about any DevOps shop will hit speed bumps on the path toward continuous learning and improvement. “Organizations are increasingly adopting DevOps environments in hopes of achieving transformative velocity and innovation,” says Elizabeth Lawler, VP of DevOps security at CyberArk. “But like any new business initiative, this comes with challenges – and in the case of DevOps, it’s often around culture and areas of responsibility.” Even issues that seem technical in nature are often rooted in people. Take security: It’s as

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OverOps Brings Machine Learning to DevOps

Source – devops.com OverOps has launched a namesake platform employing machine learning algorithms to capture data from an IT environment that identify potential issues before a DevOps team decides to promote an application into production. Company CTO Tal Weiss said the OverOps Platform is unique in that, rather than relying on log data, it combines static and dynamic analysis of code as it executes to detect issue. That data then can be accessed either via dashboards or shared with other tools via an

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SOME OF THE BENEFITS OF DEVOPS FOR YOUR BUSINESS

Source – irishtechnews.ie Historically, the DevOps movement ascended from an utter aspiration to employ the principles of agile software development for IT operations. Essentially, the model involves practices like automated testing, continuous integration, proactive monitoring, continuous delivery, agile development and automated configuration management. As explained by experts from Firewall Technical, DevOps is a combination of tools, philosophies and cultural practices which work in unison to bolster a business’s capacity to offer services. Its principles and ideologies expedite a company’s ability to adapt

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DevOps Experts Share Advice on Measuring Success

Source – informationweek.com Sears is at risk of bankruptcy, but not for the reasons we’re used to reading about here. While Sears has been in decline for many years, most recent CEO Eddie Lampert’s plan to sell “member” (employees aren’t allowed to say “customer”) data from subscription sign-ups floundered when an aggressive customer sign-up campaign called Shop Your Way slowed down check-out lines at Sears-owned stores. This aggravated customers and resulted in a loss of sales and decreased sales per minute, according

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Red Hat Ansible Engine 2.6 Boosts Multicloud DevOps Capabilities

Source – eweek.com Red Hat is updating its Ansible Engine technology with the new 2.6 release that became generally available on July 17. New features in Ansible Engine 2.6 support automation across multicloud application deployments. Enhanced networking features in Ansible now make it easier for organizations to support different types of software-defined networking (SDN). In addition, Red Hat has boosted support for Microsoft Windows environments in the new Ansible update. “There are a few all-new capabilities in Ansible that are focused

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A proactive flavor of DevOps grows at Google

Source – zdnet.com Everyone wants to do DevOps these days, but what does a well-humming DevOps environment really look like? What is the vision to strive for? To date, DevOps has been popping up as a hodgepodge of activities and initiatives across companies, perhaps in the name of doing it because it’s the thing to do. As a result, companies really aren’t seeing the full potential of DevOps. Consistency in DevOps approaches is a rare thing indeed, relates Kurt Marko, citing a recent

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DevOps lessons learned: What I wish I knew sooner

Source – enterprisersproject.com The DevOps movement is nearing its 10th anniversary. A lot has changed since 2009, the year of the first major DevOps conference led by Patrick Debois (now known as the Father of DevOps). Today, DevOps practitioners and enthusiasts are no longer the “lone wolves” at their organizations. DevOps skills are in increasingly high demand as organizations realize that digital transformation requires the speed, agility, and efficiency that come with DevOps. Since DevOps Engineer ranked second in GlassDoor’s 10 Best Jobs in America for 2018, many

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How to turn DevOps fakers into believers

Source – enterprisersproject.com We recently shared some strategies for sniffing out DevOps fakers in your recruiting and hiring. By DevOps fakers, we mean candidates whose qualifications for a DevOps role might be more hype than substance. But what if the “faker” is already on your team? Moreover, what if they’re faking not their technical skills or other qualifications – you hired them, after all – but their commitment to your organization’s ongoing DevOps transformation? They’re talking the talk but not walking the walk, perhaps. Or

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Back to the Future: Stick to the Fundamentals for DevOps Security

Source – tripwire.com In early August, I will be leading a couple of sessions at the Community College Cyber Summit about cybersecurity fundamentals. I’ve also been spending time working with my amazing colleagues here at Tripwire on a really cool new offering for DevOps pipelines – Tripwire for DevOps. Spending so much time going back and forth from “back to basics” and “the future of development” had me thinking that securing DevOps is really Back to the Future. There have been a number of great posts about

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