DevOps and Cloud: A Symbiotic Relationship

Source- devops.com Most companies want to increase their competitiveness in today’s swiftly changing world, and so they cannot ignore digital transformation. DevOps and cloud computing have become two of the ways companies can achieve this needed transformation, though the relationship between the two is not easily reconciled—DevOps is about the process and process improvement, while cloud computing is about technology and services. It’s important to understand how the cloud and DevOps work together to help businesses achieve their transformation goals. Different

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A Guide To Building A Serverless Platform

Source- forbes.com It’s cold and deafening as I scan my hand and walk through aisle after aisle of humming and whirring machinery. I used to love sitting on the floor to physically plugin and troubleshoot some mission-critical issue. Now I’m turning it all off. Change in the technology space is seldom subtle. While I may have lost this experience to my memory, there is something incredibly liberating about a fresh start. The last few years have felt frenzied as companies race

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GitHub’s Actions Challenge Traditional CI Vendors

Source- forbes.com In the week since GitHub announced its new Actions capability, I’ve been speaking with developers and colleagues about the implications. There is no doubt that Actions was the most significant announcement at this year’s Universe conference, held in San Francisco, CA. It was met with considerable enthusiasm from those present, even taking into account the boosterism from the more committed GitHub employees present. In essence, Actions provide a mechanism for developers to write event handlers in a language of

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Important Practices for DevOps in the Cloud

Source- bdaily.co.uk Distributed computing and DevOps are two parts of the mechanical move which are totally indivisible. The point of DevOps is to streamline advancement with the goal that the necessities of the clients can make it into application generation while the cloud offers robotization to the way toward provisioning and scaling so application changes should be possible. The greatest test in managing the two is that IT experts honing DevOps in the cloud commit such a large number of errors

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You can now measure DevOps ROI

Source- devopsonline.co.uk An age-old problem in DevOps is how to establish measurable DevOps ROI. DevOps solution provider, Puppet, has released its new product, Insights, which provides data and analysis from DevOps processes that can be used to help companies understand the business value of DevOps. Measuring things such as sales pipeline velocity, win rates, and deal size are tried and tested methods business leaders use to tell them what’s going on in their sales cycle. Tools, such as Salesforce, make this kind of

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Software Delivery Depends on Infrastructure and Trust

Source- informationweek.com Cloud infrastructure plays a major role in a company’s ability to execute a high performing software delivery cycle. An advanced cloud architecture allows developers to spin instances up and down as needed and provides the bandwidth necessary to experiment and test an application or software update before pushing live. According to a report by LogicMonitor, 58% of respondents to their survey said DevOps was somewhat/significantly driving public cloud engagement in their company, only ranking below digital transformation (63%) and IT agility

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Putting Security on Par with DevOps

Source- darkreading.com DevSecOps: It’s not a very friendly acronym. It reeks of techno-babble, sounds a little military, and resists a consumer connection. But think again. This is a vital discipline that’s directly relevant to every enterprise and every individual, particularly within cloud infrastructures, and has long deserved greater attention. Maybe that’s why we’re now seeing greater research and more discussion devoted to the subject. But what’s really at stake here? And what needs to happen next? First, let’s understand the

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5 Reasons DevOps And Security Need To Work Together

Source- forbes.com There is nothing like speeding up your business processes and development cycles is there? DevOps has revolutionized the way businesses meet the constantly evolving needs of their customers, without sacrificing productivity. Even as good as it sounds, it can still come at a price if DevOps and security are not working together. With the speed at which new iterations are released, it can be tough for security to keep up. In fact, 68 per cent of cybersecurity professionals are demanded

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Steps on the Journey to DevOps

Source- devops.com There was a time when people thought DevOps was a simple movement that didn’t need to be defined. I have always been told that big leaps won’t get you to your destination immediately, but little steps will get you there one day. For DevOps, the day has come, gaining mindshare among organizations and given importance like never before. However, certain companies are unable to understand what’s going on in their respective industries or how one they make their digital operations

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How to drive an effective DevOps for business approach

Source- devopsagenda.techtarget.com In the majority of cases, this comes down to an organization understanding DevOps as a development or operational issue, one meant to speed the delivery of code from one group to another. This perception of DevOps, though, misses a couple of important areas. The first, as I wrote about a while back, is the need to have security baked into the whole process in the form of DevSecOps. The second, and possibly even more important, is the need to have the

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