Experts Attempt to Explain DevOps–and Almost Succeed

Source: linuxjournal.com What is DevOps? How does it relate to other ideas and methodologies within software development? Linux Journal Deputy Editor and longtime software developer, Bryan Lunduke isn’t entirely sure, so he asks some experts to help him better understand the DevOps phenomenon. The word DevOps confuses me. I’m not even sure confuses me quite does justice to the pain I experience—right in the center of my brain—every time the word is uttered. It’s not that I dislike DevOps; it’s

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Who said 3 was the magic number? Microsoft previews new Azure SDK in 4 programming languages

Source:- theregister.co.uk No more cloud-based DLL Hell or libraries snafus, vows Redmond beastie Microsoft’s new code libraries for programming its Azure cloud address a significant problem for developers: the inconsistency between the huge numbers of supporting libraries. The issue has arisen after the rapid development of new features on Azure over a stretch of several years. The new code libraries have started with four languages and four services. The supported languages are Python, Java, JavaScript and C#/.NET. The initial services are

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Azure DevOps report: How a bug caused ‘sqlite3 for Python’ to go missing from Linux images

Source :- hub.packtpub.com How Azure DevOps team detected and fixed the issue The Azure DevOps team upgraded the versions of Python, which were included in the Ubuntu 16.04 image with M151 payload. These versions of Python’s build scripts consider sqlite3 as an optional module, hence the builds were carried out successfully despite the missing sqlite3 module. The issue was first reported by a user who received the M151 deployment containing the bug via the Azure Developer Community on May 20th. But

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Global DevOps Tool Market 2019 Trends Forecast Analysis by Manufacturers, Regions

Source :- saginawdaily.com The utility of DevOps Tool most trending focusses in currently Information & Communication Technology industry. DevOps Tool Market report 2019 provides an unbiased and full analysis of the on-going trends, high growing areas, market drivers. The DevOps Tool Market report firstly introduced market size of various segments and their growth aspects together with growth trends, numerous stakeholders like investors, CEOs, traders, suppliers, analysis & media, international Manager, Director, President, SWOT analysis i.e. Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threat to

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Microsoft developer reveals Linux is now more used on Azure than Windows Server

Source :- zdnet.com Three and a half years ago, Mark Russinovich, Azure CTO, Microsoft’s cloud, said, “One in four [Azure] instances are Linux.” Next, in 2017, Microsoft revealed that 40% of Azure virtual machines (VM) were Linux-based. Then in the fall of 2018, Scott Guthrie, Microsoft’s executive VP of the cloud and enterprise group, told me in an exclusive interview, “About half Azure VMs are Linux”. Now, Sasha Levin, Microsoft Linux kernel developer, in a request that Microsoft be allowed to

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Google Chrome OS To Grow Beyond Cloud Computing With Android Integration

Source – dazeinfo.com Although Google Chrome OS is not the most popular OS of the likes of MAC and Windows, it is the first to narrow the gap between smartphone and computing environments. Among the host of announcements in the latest Google I/O show, a few developments related to Google’s web-based OS managed to create the ‘buzzword’ in the OS vocabulary. The Chrome OS has gotten closer to Android which will improve the transition between mobile and computing OS. The existing Android support

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Windows DevOps shops quickly gain on Linux counterparts

Source – techtarget.com Almost overnight, Windows DevOps has gained ground on the open source world. Windows shops have a well-earned reputation for conservatism, and a deeply entrenched set of legacy enterprise applications that often hinder automated application development. However, Microsoft products have recently focused on Windows DevOps support. There’s still work to do to underpin Windows container orchestration, but IT pros in Windows DevOps shops are determined to break free of stodgy stereotypes. Those stereotypes are based in reality. Microsoft shops have

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Improving Linux Security with DevSecOps

Source – linuxjournal.com Ask people who run IT departments these days what keeps them up at night, and they’ll probably tell you it’s security—or the lack of it. With the explosive growth of malicious attacks on everything from hospitals to Fortune 500s, security—not hardware, software and even staff—is what currently makes life miserable. That’s why organizations of all sizes are looking to change fundamentally how they do security. It’s no longer a single team’s job to make sure systems are secure

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10 Steps to Success with Your Distributed Network Monitoring

Source – opsview.com Setting up distributed network monitoring in mission critical production environments is a complex task; configuration can be challenging and mistakes costly. Opsview takes away much of the manual labor required to set-up your monitoring system with rapid Autodiscovery and REST API. Combined with powerful network and process mapping capabilities Opsview enables you to quickly set-up your monitoring and easily see how servers, applications and services are performing. Here’s 10 ways Opsview helps make your distributed network monitoring deployment

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Canonical launches Ubuntu Tutorials

Source:- betanews.com Linux is arguably the most successful open source project in all of history. The success of the kernel — and operating systems that use it — are not due to any one man or woman. Actually, the achievements are thanks to the Linux community. In other words, it is a team effort — developers, users, and more. For a Linux distribution, such as Ubuntu, to continue its progress, Canonical needs developers to remain interested — this includes getting

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