DevOps Skills Increasing Among Salesforce Developers

Source:-https://devops.com/ A survey of 521 attendees at a recent online Future of Salesforce DevOps Summit event hosted by Gearset, a provider of a continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform for Salesforce developers, found just under half (47%) of respondents now release software at least multiple times a week, with another 29% releasing software weekly or biweekly. More than half of respondents (52%) also noted they now can deploy software in less than an hour. Gearset CEO Kevin Boyle said the survey

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CircleCI Previews Support for Arm Platforms

Source:-https://devops.com/ CircleCI today previewed the ability to deploy applications on platforms based on Arm processors in a forthcoming release of its namesake continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform. Tom Trahan, vice president of business development for CircleCI, said that Arm processors are rapidly being embraced by DevOps teams seeking to take advantage of the price/performance advantages they currently have over conventional x86 processors. Amazon Web Services (AWS), for example, makes available an AWS Graviton2 service based on 64-bit Arm Neoverse processors

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Four reasons why application delivery is critical to DevOps

Source:-https://itbrief.com.au The move to continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) and agile development methodologies means that application development now requires network IT operation teams (NetOps) and security operation teams (SecOps) to work together, which puts increased stress on developers and engineers. Add heterogeneous computing environments to the mix, and it’s no wonder that the role of application delivery and security within DevOps has never been more onerous. Selecting an application delivery solution that maximises automation and integrates into an existing DevOps environment

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How to software upgrade the greatest machine ever built in minutes

Source:-https://www.ericsson.com/ Modern telecommunications networks – a distributed machine that spans the entire globe providing unprecedented value to people, businesses, and society –clearly aspires to be crowned the greatest machine ever built. By the end of 2026, we foresee that they’ll be 8.8 billion mobile subscriptions (Source: Ericsson Mobility Report, Nov 2020). We should be proud of how far we’ve come and sing songs for the unsung heroes in our industry, but the commitment to accelerate innovation and transformation for future

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Handling Continuous Integration And Delivery With GitHub Actions

Source:-https://www.smashingmagazine.com Before the invention of CI/CD (Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment & Delivery), software was generally developed by writing the code using a computer whenever it was time to move the software to production. The RedHat website defines CI/CD to be “a method to frequently deliver apps to customers by introducing automation into the stages of app development. The main concepts attributed to CI/CD are continuous integration, continuous delivery, and continuous deployment.” In other words, CI/CD is a process that

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Achieving gains in government IT performance with DevSecOps

Source:-fcw.com A software development team in the Boston office of Kessel Run, a program within the DOD’s Defense Innovation Unit (U.S. Air Force photo by J.M. Eddins Jr.) Eli Whitney, the inventor of the cotton gin, demonstrated the value of interchangeable parts in 1801 to the U.S. Congress, President John Adams and President-elect Thomas Jefferson. Whitney proved the viability and the military value of interchangeable parts by stripping down several muskets, then reassembling a functional musket from random parts from

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Impact of Remote Work on DevOps and Development

Source:-business2community.com The new normal of remote work is here. While the option to work from home was available at many organizations before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, this way of working has become a forced reality in certain industries. Lockdown restrictions are starting to ease up, but many companies are still enforcing or allowing their teams to work from home full- or part-time. Luckily, technology has made remote work possible to stay productive and collaborative in this environment, but it’s not

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How to champion security in DevOps

Source:-securityboulevard.com Making the shift from DevOps to DevSecOps requires better communication, which you can help your teams accomplish with security training and enablement. If DevSecOps isn’t working very well in your organization, you can probably sum up the issue in the same way as “Cool Hand Luke”: “What we have here is a failure to communicate.” Which should not be a shock. While DevSecOps has been around for at least five years, it is still working its way into the

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With DevOps, security is everybody’s responsibility. OK, so what’s next?

Source:-devclass.com Sponsored For some time now, DevSecOps has looked like the solution to the puzzle of how to get cloud applications out the door without turning throwing security on to the fire. Instead of trying to retrofit complex security policies to work in a hierarchical development pipeline, security becomes a distributed problem that every coder is asked to address. DevSecOps solutions are by nature designed to be preventative. The idea is to remove complexity by baking robust security methodologies into

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With DevOps, security is everybody’s responsibility. OK, so what’s next?

Source:-devclass.com Sponsored For some time now, DevSecOps has looked like the solution to the puzzle of how to get cloud applications out the door without turning throwing security on to the fire. Instead of trying to retrofit complex security policies to work in a hierarchical development pipeline, security becomes a distributed problem that every coder is asked to address. DevSecOps solutions are by nature designed to be preventative. The idea is to remove complexity by baking robust security methodologies into

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