Use event-driven architecture to design for DevOps 2.0

Source – techtarget.com When we begin to think about how DevOps 2.0 will function, event-driven architecture is a good place to start. An “event” can range from a left click of a mouse button to a request for a hotel reservation. The important thing to understand, though, is that in event-driven architecture, no one can really predict where a message will end up. The fact that event notifications can go anywhere at anytime has definite implications for systems in terms of design, implementation and

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Red Hat Positions PaaS as Cure to Heal DevOps Divide

Source – devops.com Red Hat is making a strategic bet that IT organizations increasingly will rely on platform-as-a-service (PaaS) environments to make a broad range of distributed services available to developers, which would eliminate friction without enabling IT operations teams to maintain control. Paul Cormier, president of products and technologies for Red Hat, said IT organizations are realizing PaaS environments such as OpenShift have evolved into a platform through which a broad range of curated distributed services can be exposed to

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How Microsoft, Google, AWS and Facebook are battling to democratise AI for developers

Source – computerworlduk.com Developer conference season is in full flow, with Facebook’s F8 last week and Microsoft Build, Google I/O and Amazon Web Services holding a London Summit this week, and they all had one thing in common: the goal of making AI technology more accessible for developers on their platforms. The big three cloud vendors made a slew of announcements this week, although AWS holds back most of its good stuff for re:Invent in Las Vegas later on in the year,

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DevOps or Agile: Which do software developers prefer?

Source – itweb.co.za While Agile is by far the most popular software development methodology, high-performing software development teams are more likely to have a DevOps culture. That was one of the findings of the Gitlab Global Developer Survey which took place towards the end of 2017. Of the 5 300 software professionals from around the world who participated in the survey, about 1.5% were from Africa. The majority of respondents were from Europe (46%) and North America (36%). According to the Gitlab 2018 Global Developer Report,

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How to use DevOps Slack to improve team collaboration

Source – techtarget.com DevOps relies on collaboration between developers and operations. Yet, ironically, the methodology based upon collaboration has yet to perfect its own strategies on the matter. So if you find collaboration challenging, you’re not alone. But if you can roll out DevOps Slack properly, collaboration will happen. Here are some ways you can benefit from it. A DevOps burden Before we begin, let’s try to understand why collaboration is such an issue among so many DevOps teams right now. As much

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DevOps Transformation: Leave No Ops Behind

Source – devops.com Have you ever found yourself struggling to explain something that you know how to do without a moment’s thought? I’m not talking about the amygdala, the part of our brain that initiates the automatic “fight or flight” response. No, I’m referring more to the muscle memory-type behaviors that we’ve collected through life and, likely, pay little attention to while executing. Things We Take for Granted Muscle memory is awesome. Through the magic of muscle memory I can type

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DevOps and Machine Learning are highly demanded jobs this year

Source – techworm.net DevOps and machine learning professionals to control technology opportunities this year Stack Overflow, a popular developer community and jobs site, published their eight Annual Developer Survey results this year, which saw over 100,000 developers around the world take the 30-minute survey. The survey conducted by Stack Overflow reveals that DevOps and machine learning engineers earn highest salaries in the tech sector, averaging between $70,000 and $90,000 a year worldwide. However, salaries for these two ranges between $110,000 annually for DevOps

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5 DevOps Mistakes that Can Crush ISV Startups

Source – devprojournal.com Industry experts will tell you the best way to evolve your startup ISV into an established ISV is with DevOps— and they’re probably right. DevOps, however, which has only been in the mainstream for a little less than a decade, can be a difficult concept to master, and many software developers—especially startups—are still navigating the learning curve. As you set the course for your business, make sure you don’t make these DevOps mistakes that can not only stand

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Making progressive (web apps) rock for DevOps

Source – computerweekly.com Kinsbruner wants to uncover the mechanics behind an application stream being called Progressive Web Apps (PWA) and examine why the could be the next big thing. Firmly of the opinion that PWAs are hailed as a means of pushingt the mobile web forward, Kinsbruner  reminds us that they can potentially bring parity to web and native apps, while also providing mobile specific capabilities to web users. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Google came up with the term itself and PWAs are seen

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DevOps and microservices driving container monitoring market growth

Source – rcrwireless.com Global container market to hit $706.2 million by 2022 The global container monitoring market is expected to swell from $169.6 million in 2017 to $706.2 million by 2022, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 33%, according to a report published by ResearchandMarkets. Containers are a lightweight form of virtualization that has taken the telecom industry by storm. According to the report, the demand for container monitoring is being driven by various factors, including increased use of

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