Oracle: Cloud-Native Apps to Drive DevOps Change

Source- containerjournal.com Oracle is betting this coming year will see accelerated adoption of a raft of nascent emerging container and cloud-native technologies that will radically transform a range of DevOps processes. Siddhartha Agarwal, vice president of product management and cloud strategy for Oracle Cloud Platform, predicts 2019 will witness more organizations hiring platform engineers in place of traditional IT administrators as the shift to cloud-native technologies such as Docker containers and Kubernetes continues to gain momentum. Agarwal also expects to see

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The Truth About Cloud Storage and Its Future

Source- computer.howstuffworks.com When many of us upload a file to the cloud, we tend to think it will be there forever, ready to be downloaded and accessed on command, or at least when you have a good internet connection. But the truth about the cloud is that it’s actually just a bunch of other hard drives, and your files are really only accessible as long as your provider stays in business and the data formats in which your files are saved are

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What Happens When You Add Security to DevOps? DevSecOps

Source- informationweek.com I’ve gone head-first into the world of DevOps, and, it’s been an amazing ride. I’ve had many of my own misconceptions blown away after learning the deep culture and philosophy behind DevOps. That and surrounding myself with people who actually implement the concepts of DevOps have been absolutely enlightening as well. If you still need a primer check out my DevOps 101 article for a bit more detail. Otherwise, just remember that DevOps isn’t just two words combined together. DevOps is

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Step by step, how enterprises should embark on the journey to the cloud

Source- siliconangle.com Cloud computing has become the principal paradigm for enterprise applications. As businesses modernize their computing and networking architectures, cloud-native architectures are the principal target environments. As a result, enterprise deployment of all-encompassing cloud computing is accelerating. Many enterprises have embarked on a journey to computing in and across a multiplicity of clouds. These are the chief steps on this journey: Zero in on core cloud use cases The first step on the cloud journey is to identify the chief use

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Survey Indicates Container Security Concerns Limit Adoption

Source- datacenterknowledge.com A decade ago when a cloud was the latest disruptive technology, IT departments found they needed to rewrite the book on security. The old way of doing things — protecting the perimeter of the local network or data center with firewalls and other security precautions — wasn’t enough anymore. The data center and the LAN had expanded to include VMs, applications, and data sitting outside the firewall, on cloud servers owned and operated by the likes of Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, or

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With 2019 on its way, what new tech trends are on the horizon?

Source- jaxenter.com As we bid adieu to 2018 and welcome in 2019, it’s only natural to wonder what kind of progress we’ll see and what new advancements will soon be at our fingertips. In the past few years the development of tools and techniques around DevOps have seen changes that outpace what most organisations can keep up with, but the impact of these changes can be felt for years. This fast pace of change is unlikely to slow any time soon,

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The Future of Cloud Services

Source- cio.com Savvy businesses are increasingly turning to the cloud to reduce costs and increase business efficiency by moving from infrastructure-based operations to application-based operations. Put simply, the cloud is an offsite storage system maintained by a third party. And as the cloud becomes more sophisticated, the operational advantages are becoming clearer. No longer do businesses need to install, operate and maintain large and expensive server rooms. With real estate costs now at a premium, a server room can take up

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Amazon finds more efficient cloud computing solution

Source- digitaljournal.com To improve its cloud-based computing services, Amazon is to deploy an ARM-based Graviton processor. The e-commerce giant says this will lead to cost savings of up 45 per cent for “scale-out” services. Amazon is the world’s biggest player in cloud computing. This is delivered via Amazon Web Services (AWS), which is the company’s $27-billion cloud business. AWS on-demand cloud computing platforms to individuals, companies and governments, on a paid subscription basis. The reason behind Amazon changing the technology behind

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Should Your Agency Adopt DevOps?

Source- forbes.com It’s not you; the world actually seems to be turning faster. Ubiquitous access to digital content has created a demand for faster and faster services. Driven by the consumer, these changes have pushed agencies to respond faster to clients and deploy marketing, PR and communications services at a pace like never before. The laws of digital nature require strategies and campaigns to pivot on a dime with the ever-changing demands of the end consumer and clients. Today, the primary

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Continuous testing survey results released

Source- softwaretestingnews.co.uk Software developer, KMS Technology, has released the results of a software testing survey undertaken to explore the challenges and achievements of companies that use continuous testing as part of their overall software testing strategy. Respondents comprised of around 135 software developers and testers from several different industries. Results from the survey reveal that companies believe adopting continuous testing is key to accelerating release cycles and obtaining immediate feedback on defects. Benefits of continuous testing Continuous testing, according to the release, has various

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