Best DevOps

GET STARTED WITH KUBERNETES — WHETHER YOU’RE AN IT PRO OR NEWBIE

Source:-techgenix.com Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration platform created to automate the scaling, deployment, and management of containerized applications. Google engineers Joe Beda, Brendan Burns, and Craig McLuckie developed this platform before it was open-sourced in mid-2014. Now, it is maintained by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), backed by major tech giants like Google, Microsoft, AWS, Intel, Red Hat, IBM, and Cisco. Many cloud services offer a Kubernetes infrastructure as a service (PaaS or IaaS). In his article, we

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4 DevOps trends to watch in 2020

Source:-enterprisersproject.com Whether you’re just beginning with DevOps or you’re pretty far down the road, this way of working is about constant improvement. Check out four big trends Just the phrase “DevOps 2020” looks and sounds somewhat funny: It’s a milestone reminder that the term – and the culture and practices the term represents – has shed its “new and shiny” status in IT. That doesn’t make DevOps passé; it means it has become pervasive, and it will mature in various

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Supporting digitisation in India a great opportunity: VMware

Source:-telanganatoday.com The California-headquartered company last year announced $2 billion investment in India over the next five years towards expanding its facilities, increasing headcount and ramping up research and development activities. New Delhi: How India digitises and extends more services to a larger section of the population is really important and supporting the country in incorporating these changes offer great opportunities, a top executive of enterprise software major VMware has said. The California-headquartered company last year announced $2 billion investment in

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The open source decade, fueled by cloud and GitHub

Source:-techrepublic.com Commentary: The last decade has been open source’s most productive by far. Find out why Matt Asay considers it a Cambrian explosion of choice and innovation. If the 2000s were the years when open source battled for survival with old world hegemonies, the 2010s was the decade when open source “won” and began to drive most every modern technological innovation. From cloud to mobile to big data to data science, open source has been at the heart of these

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Is AI Ready for DevOps Alert Management?

Source – it.toolbox.com DevOps requires monitoring of processes to ensure the adequate performance of systems and software. No one is going to sit in front of an updating dashboard continuously looking at system performance metrics. Likewise, and more commonly, messages or emails sent from systems or people about problems can be ignored easily. DevOps teams need systematic means of monitoring and alerts to problems as they occur. The threshold needs to be such that they see important issues immediately, without

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Untapping the Potential of DevOps, Part 2: Common Mistakes

Source:-devops.com Many companies are turning to software to differentiate themselves and drive success. But with an increased focus on software comes ever-increasing customer expectations on performance and updates. One of the best structures that IT organizations turn to is DevOps—a strategy that is designed to deliver value quickly and strategically. Being successful in DevOps takes careful planning and execution. Is the organization structured to execute on DevOps principles? Is the company aligned in culture and goals? But just as there

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Predictions 2020: Three Big Changes In Store For DevOps

Source:-forbes.com In this blog, I want to discuss what we’re predicting in the area of DevOps for 2020 and, as a bonus, provide a sneak peek at some other DevOps trends that we’ll certainly be digging into in 2020. So, what are we forecasting for DevOps this year? While our full report is here, here are three predictions: Chaos engineering as a controls strategy. Yes, you read that right. This crazy “chaos” thing meeting the staid world of governance, risk,

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DevOps and the database: Three reasons why you should integrate

Source:-jaxenter.com Most organizations know that in order to be successful, they have to be able to react quickly to external forces. And, with the constant uncertainty in today’s global markets, changes in regulatory compliance — such as the recent General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and upcoming California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) — as well as ongoing competitive pressures, organizations are working to increase their agility in order to adapt to these evolving conditions. This necessitates IT teams to embrace DevOps.

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Simplifying software: how Puppet aims to take the “soul-crushing tasks” out of IT

Source:-devopsonline.co.uk With over 40,000 companies relying on the firm to change the way they use software, Puppet wants to end repetitive tasks, simplify workflow and bring higher levels of security and infrastructure configuration to organisations through taking advantage of modern tech. The enterprise has recently announced two new developments. The first being ‘Project Nebula’ and the second being its plan to update its focus on continuous compliance, continuous deployment and incident remediation. Puppet spoke to DevOpsOnline to discuss their latest ideas and

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ESG Survey Sees Long DevSecOps Road Ahead

Source:- devops.com A study published by Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) in collaboration with Data Theorem, a provider of tools for securing application programming interfaces (APIs) and mobile applications, finds that while a lot of progress has been made in terms of adopting DevSecOps, most organizations still have a very long road ahead before they can claim DevSecOps practices have been implemented consistently across the organization. Based on a survey of 371 IT and cybersecurity professionals at organizations in North America, the ESG

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