How Kubernetes allows developers to deploy without worrying about DevOps

Source – siliconangle.com As an active distributor of the Kubernetes container orchestration management system, Canonical Ltd is giving developers a way to step up their game. The company is taking away the developer operations component to the developer job so they are free to focus on other important aspects of development that they have more expertise in, according to Stephan Fabel (pictured), director of product management at Canonical. “… We’ve been very active in this space fairly early on and have been an active distributor of Kubernetes and a

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Google Security Updates Target DevOps, Containers

Source – darkreading.com Data visibility is a chief concern for companies moving to the cloud. In an effort to help organizations control their information, Google recently announced security updates intended to protect containers and application development. Sam Ramji, vice president of Google Cloud product development, emphasized the importance of DevOps security in his keynote last week at InteropITX. “This explosion of connectivity has led to a golden age of software development,” he said, pointing to the opportunities and challenges that come

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Kubernetes And The Open Service Broker Make Multi-Cloud A Reality

Source – forbes.com The rise of open source software has changed the industry dynamics. One example of this phenomenon is the evolution of containers and container management platforms. Kubernetes, the popular open source container orchestration project has active contributors from Google, Red Hat, IBM and Microsoft among others. The industry immensely benefits when these large platform companies keep their ego aside and start working towards making an open source project successful. Kubernetes has become an excellent example of such efforts. Today,

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GitLab 10.6: CI/CD for GitHub, increased Kubernetes support

Source – jaxenter.com DevOps without CI/CD is like trying to build a house out of popsicle sticks. Sure, it can be done, but oh man, are you making your life harder than it needs to be. So, the fact that GitLab, one of the most popular Git-repositories on the internet, still didn’t support CI/CD with GitHub has been something of a thing. Now, that problem is gone forever with GitLab 10.6. GitLab’s popular built-in continuous integration, continuous delivery, and continuous deployment

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Integrate DevOps and containers with simple tool adjustments

Source – techtarget.com Organizations adopt DevOps methodologies to reduce application development time and improve code quality, consistency and security. They adopt containers for many of the same reasons. A typical implementation pulls together multiple tools for development and deployment tasks in a chain. It must be flexible enough to accommodate: different programming languages, such as C, Python and Go; application targets, both mobile and web; and diverse deployment platforms, including virtual servers, cloud services and containers. Given the ever-increasing popularity of

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What does DevOps do in 2018?

Source – infosecurity-magazine.com In 2018, we’re expecting DevOps to become the new norm for larger enterprise teams. This is because we’re likely to see developers on older, higher value systems implementing a more DevOps centric approach, having seen it work on projects that have traditionally been highly visible, but low value. In big enterprises in the past, DevOps practices have often been tested and trialed on projects which have low business impact. For example, in banking, teams have used DevOps

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How technology changes the rules for doing agile

Source – enterprisersproject.com More companies are trying agile and DevOps for a clear reason: Businesses want more speed and more experiments – which lead to innovations and competitive advantage. DevOps helps you gain that speed. But doing DevOps in a small group or startup and doing it at scale are two very different things. Any of us who’ve worked in a cross-functional group of 10 people, come up with a great solution to a problem, and then tried to apply the

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Software vendors line up Kubernetes tasting menu for devops

Source – theregister.co.uk With the advent of KubCon and CloudNativeCon in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday, assorted enterprise vendors have chosen this week to flog their latest devops-oriented wares, before the impending holiday torpor leaves IT folks too distracted, weary or inebriated to care. In the interest of jargon pruning and hype deflation, we present a few such developments here in brief as a sort of Kubernetes-flavored turducken. Kubernetes – a nod to Greeks, container-bearing ships, and those who steer them – is

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Amazon jumps on Kubernetes bandwagon

Source – zdnet.com Kubernetes is the most popular open-source container manager. It’s been officially supported on every cloud platform you’ve ever heard of… with one big exception: Amazon Web Service (AWS). Now, AWS has got on board the Kubernetes bandwagon as well by joining the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) as a platinum member. With this move, all five of the largest cloud providers — AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform, IBM Bluemix, and Alibaba Cloud — are CNCF members. Kubernetes has been validated as the DevOps tool for cloud native computing and

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DevOps engineers think Docker, Ansible and Kubernetes are the top 3 tools to learn

Source – jaxenter.com The data is in. According to Packt’s third annual Skill Up survey, Machine Learning, Big Data, and cloud computing are the top three trends in tech for 2017. Five thousand developers and tech professionals across the world responded to Packt’s third annual Skill Up survey to share their thoughts on the latest tech tools and trends, and how they work and learn. This year’s survey went even deeper than previous years, asking respondents to share their opinions on

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