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AI help desk software frees IT ops to take on SRE skills

Source:- A financial services company will retrain its help desk staff to be app developers and SREs, while AI handles the grunt work for the company’s call center employees. Software-based automation of menial tasks will pave the way for more meaningful work among IT ops pros at a financial services company. Until 2018, IT ops teams at Freedom Financial Network, a 17-year-old financial services company focused on consumer debt reduction, were largely focused on help desk tasks for the company’s

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DevOps Platform Market Key Manufactures And Chance Analysis-Puppet Labs, Chef, Docker Inc., Red Hat (Ansible)

Source: DevOps Platform Market report includes (6 Forces Forecast 2025-2019) an extensive analysis of competition by topmost prime manufacturers (Puppet Labs, Chef, Docker Inc., Red Hat (Ansible), Atlassian, Saltstack, CA Technologies, Rackspace, XebiaLabs, VersionOne, Cisco, CollabNet, HP, IBM, Microsoft, Spirent Communications plc, Vmware, DBmaestro) in terms of various attributes such as Company Overview, Financial Overview, Product Portfolio, Business Strategies, and Recent Developments. Then it analyzed the world’s main region DevOps Platform market conditions, including the product Price, Profit, Capacity, Production, Supply, demand, market growth rate etc.

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The Azure Blockchain Platform has adopted VeriSol, a smart contract verification solution from Microsoft Research

Source:- The Azure Blockchain Platform is taking smart contract verification seriously! Microsoft Research has recently come up with VeriSol, a smart contract verification tool and the Azure Blockchain Platform has adopted this. Blockchain promises much, however, it’s a new and evolving technology. There are challenges that require solutions, e.g., smart contracts bugs that are causing financial losses. Experts forecast that the blockchain technology market will grow up to $23.3 billion by 2023, and smart contracts will likely play a

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GitHub platform improvements are helping orgs keep their dependencies in check

Source:- Following its acquisition by Microsoft for $7.5 billion in stock last year, GitHub was keen to stress it would be business as usual, maintaining its independence and “developer-first” ethos. And the introduction of a series of security improvements for the repository hosting service aims to do just that, by giving businesses and users better visibility of their collaboration and dependencies. Take, for example, the beta launch of organization insights, a new function that allows GitHub Enterprise users to

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