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Investing $3,000 in These 3 Cloud Computing Stocks Makes Sense

Source:-fool.com A lot of cloud-based platform providers are sky-high these days, but these three stocks have what it takes to keep reaching for the clouds. One of the better performing sectors since the growth stocks bottomed out in mid-March is cloud computing. If you want a little more tech stock exposure in your portfolio, putting some new money to work in the next wave of market darlings could be a smart call. If you have $3,000 to invest, taking positions

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Survey: Teams supported by mature DevOps practices more likely to integrate automated security

Source:-techrepublic.com Adding security into DevOps hasn’t been as easy as automating all the things. Sonatype’s survey shows the state of the industry—and what you might want to work on next. Teams are deploying software from DevOps teams at an accelerated rate, according to Sonatype, providers of the Nexus platform for application security, which recently released the 2020 DevSecOps Community Survey. The survey also showed that teams with mature DevOps support were happier in their jobs. SEE: Cybersecurity: Let’s get tactical

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Observability: Solving The Hidden Cost of Kubernetes Applications

Source: containerjournal.com Kubernetes, in many ways, has allowed software organizations to realize the benefits of microservices by providing a convenient and powerful abstraction for deploying, scaling and running distributed software systems. Those benefits, however, have come at a cost for traditional software operations. Indeed, as microservices have grown in complexity and scale, teams have often struggled to adapt to the hidden costs that these powerful new technologies have uncovered—spiraling monitoring costs, misunderstanding or not understanding service dependencies, the creation of

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GitHub Makes Private Repositories Free for Unlimited Users

Source:-devops.com GitHub this week announced is making available private repositories for an unlimited number of collaborators available to all GitHub accounts for free. Kelly Stirman, vice president of product strategy and marketing, said that subsidiary of Microsoft could make this move because it is now generating enough revenue from the enterprise edition of its platform to sustain its business model. Previously, organizations that wanted to use GitHub for private development needed to subscribe to a paid plan. DevOps teams that

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New Tool for Kubernetes Shifts Security Left

Source:-adtmag.com Alcide, an Israel-based provider of Kubernetes security solutions, today released a new command-line tool designed to allow developers, DevOps pros and Kubernetes app builders to scan their Kubernetes configuration and deployment files as part of their app development process, and to deploy it into their continuous integration (CI) pipelines. Called sKan, the tool is free, open source and available now from the company Web site. Effectively, the new tool provides “a software translation of DevSecOps culture” and shifts security

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Docker open sources Compose Spec, aims for added Kubernetes flavour

Source:-devclass.com Docker has handed its Compose Spec to the open source world and is looking for maintainers for the project to help it expand its Kubernetes footprint. As the project’s GitHub page puts it, “The Compose specification establishes a standard for the definition of multi-container platform-agnostic applications.” In a blog post this week, Docker senior product manager Ben De St Paer-Gotch said, “This new community will be run with open governance with input from all interested parties allowing us together

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How Enterprises Can Overcome Barriers to DevOps

Source:-eweek.com eWEEK DATA POINTS: The CEO of Coralogix explores barriers to DevOps and proposes potential solutions that enable deeper cooperation to ultimately deliver higher quality products at a faster pace. Data Point No. 1: Resistance to the unknown Humans are creatures of habit. We also need proof that new ways of doing things will benefit us and the way we work. One way to onboard skeptical employees to a DevOps culture is by creating a DevOps champion or champion team

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Latest Release of WSO2 API Manager Expands Security and Support for Kubernetes, Microservices, and Serverless Apps

Source:-globenewswire.com Mountain View, CA, April 07, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — APIs are the core building blocks of digital businesses—assembling data, events and services from within the organization, throughout ecosystems, and across devices. This is driving demands to maximize adoption and reuse across internal and external portals and API marketplaces; ensure API security; and support modern architectures, including containers, microservices, and serverless computing. WSO2 has added significant new functionality to support these enterprises with the newest release of WSO2 API Manager,

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AWS Migration Acceleration Program for Windows now generally available

Source:-zdnet.com The program helps customers execute large-scale migrations and modernizations of Windows workloads on AWS. Amazon Web Services on Monday announced the general availability of its Migration Acceleration Program (MAP) for Windows. First previewed at AWS re:Invent 2019, the program aims to help organizations execute large-scale migrations and modernizations of Windows workloads on AWS. Specifically, MAP for Windows offers prescriptive guidance, consulting support from experts, tools, training and service credits to help reduce the risk and cost of migrating to the

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Will the Pandemic Propel DevSecOps? Snyk Says Yes

Source:-sdxcentral.com Now is a great time to start a bug bounty program, says Guy Podjarny, founder and president of Snyk, a security startup that helps developers find vulnerabilities in open source code and Kubernetes-based applications. A lot of developers are working from home these days because of the COVID-19 pandemic. So why not pay them to find flaws in your software that you can fix before the hackers exploit these vulnerabilities to steal company data — or worse. “There’s actually

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