DevOps improve code quality, but security must happen sooner

Source:-computerweekly.com GitLab survey finds developers are adopting DevOps to improve code quality, but more needs to be done on secure coding. The annual GitLab survey of over 3,650 software professionals has reported that more than one-third (35%) are new to DevOps. Just under one-fifth of the software developers surveyed said they have been using DevOps for a year or less, and a further 20% said they have been practising it for over five years. According to GitLab, about 27% are

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After COVID-19: Demand of Version Control Hosting Software Market By Top Influencer GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket, Jfrog, Assembla

Source:-azizsalon.com The global Version Control Hosting Software market was valued at around US$ XX Bn in 2016, and is expected to register a CAGR of xx% over the forecast period (2020–2027). Global Version Control Hosting Software Market Competitive Insights 2020, professional and in-depth study on the Version Control Hosting Software industry with a focus on the Profit Margin Analysis, Top Brand Analysis, Market Value Chain Analysis, Market Entry Strategies, recent developments & their impact on the market, Roadmap of Version

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GitLab Positioned in the Niche Players Quadrant of the 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Security Testing

Source:-globenewswire.com Evaluation based on completeness of vision and ability to execute as an application security testing provider SAN FRANCISCO, May 11, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — GitLab, the single application for the DevOps lifecycle, today announced it has been positioned by Gartner in the Niche Players quadrant of the 2020 Magic Quadrant report for Application Security Testing (AST). GitLab was one of eleven vendors evaluated in the report. This is GitLab’s first year placed within the Magic Quadrant report for AST.

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DevOps Deeper Dive: Teams Adjust to New WFH Normal

Source:-devops.com In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic the level of software development activity has remained relatively constant, but developers—who, like everyone else—are now largely working from home, are putting in more hours. Organizations are now grappling with whether working remotely on software development projects now represents the “new normal.” A report published this week by GitHub shows that while there was a slight dip in activity in various regions of the world as the pandemic spread, activity on the

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GitLab Introduces First Channel Program To Drive DevOps Alliances

Source:-crn.com The breakout startup is looking to ramp engagement with resellers, services providers and tech partners as enterprises rapidly adopt its comprehensive DevOps platform. GitLab rolled out its first formal channel program Tuesday as the rapidly growing DevOps startup looks to ramp engagement with resellers, services providers and ISVs ahead of a public stock offering. The new partner program was “designed to expose the tremendous growth opportunity in the DevOps market,” said Michelle Hodges, vice president of global channel, who

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GitLab Expands Partner Program to Help DevOps Transformation Journey

Source:-channelfutures.com GitLab a DevOps platform, has expanded its global partner program for technology partners and channel partners to help with the DevOps transformation journey. The GitLap Partner Program expands the company’s customer reach and helps more organizations use GitLab for their DevOps transformation. It offers a one-stop shop for DevOps transformation combining GitLab’s expertise and single application with services and technology solutions from its partners. GitLab’s Brandon Jung Brandon Jung is GitLab‘s vice president of alliances. He said the revamped

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GitLab feeds requirements management to its monster platform

Source:-devclass.com As seems to have become the norm during the last few release cycles for repository management service cum DevOps platform GitLab, new key features in GitLab 12.10 are more geared towards the high end of the paying customer spectrum. As the outfit pushes its monthly release into the open, the most highlighted addition to the ultimate/gold feature pool is the capability to create and view requirements at a project level. This marks the first time the company has included

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DevOps Deeper Dive: Git Turns 15

Source:-devops.com Git, the version control system that arguably has enabled many DevOps advances over the last decade, is turning 15 this month. Git was developed by Linus Torvalds, best known for his contributions to Linux, and was so-named after he and the rest of the Linux community referred to it as “that stupid content tracker.” The term “Git” is British slang for “contemptible person.” Today, Git is now arguably one of the most important and successful open source projects ever

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GitLab expands into Australia as DevOps tooling market heats up

Source:-computerweekly.com DevOps platform supplier GitLab has expanded its footprint in Australia as part of its global expansion plan. The company has recently grown its sales, marketing, customer success and solution architect teams, bringing its total staff strength in Australia to 48. GitLab’s Australian expansion follows its year-over-year (YoY) growth in annual recurring revenue (ARR) of 116%, bringing its total ARR to $100m. The company has grown from fewer than 10 people in 2015 to currently over 1,250 employees in more

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Pinpoint Unveils Dashboard for Multiple DevOps Platforms

Source:-devops.com Pinpoint today launched a namesake operations dashboard for software development teams designed to span multiple tools and platforms. Company CEO Jeff Haynie said the Pinpoint dashboard provides a holistic view of software development projects in a way that eliminates the need to open tabs in multiple management consoles for each tool and platform that make up a DevOps toolchain. IT leaders can employ a single issue workflow dashboard to track activity in real-time as it occurs within commonly employed

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Scalable Software with Devops for Industrial IoT

Source:-iotforall.com Scaling Industrial IoT (IIoT) solutions requires a DevOps organization that can manage increased software and hardware complexity in terms of capability, capacity and footprint. DevOps is derived from Development and Operations and is one of the buzz words for ICT companies. Often it is the amalgamation of Software Developers from R&D and senior engineers from Operations into a new organization. Startups are faced with the challenge of how to quickly create a functioning DevOps organization that can scale with

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GitLab Shifts 18 Features Into Core Open Source Platform

Source:-devops.com GitLab this week announced it has moved 18 features that previously organizations had to pay for into the core open source version of its namesake continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform. Scott Williamson, executive vice president of product management for GitLab, said as a general rule the company makes available DevOps tools for teams across the four tiers of services that organizations can employ. Features now being migrated to the Core offering include: Plan: Synchronize collaboration with “related issues,” “export

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GitLab moves 18 of its DevOps features to open source

Source:-sdtimes.com GitLab announced that 18 of its features are moving to open source including related issues, export issues, issue board focus mode, and service desk. “This marks a major milestone in our efforts to empower the community to collaborate more robustly and to take our single tool for the DevOps lifecycle to the next level,” Sid Sijbrandij, co-founder and CEO of GitLab wrote in a blog post. The newly open-sourced feature set covers areas that span planning, creating, verifying, packaging,

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5 Jenkins alternatives for Java developers

Source:-theserverside.com In need of an alternative to Jenkins as part of a CI/CD environment? Consider options from Atlassian, GitLab, Spinnaker, JetBrains and CloudBees to see if they would be a better fit for development teams. Jenkins is one of the most popular open source CI/CD tools in the Java community, but it’s by no means the only option. If Jenkins isn’t the right fit for CI in a development environment, there are other tools that could fit the bill. Let’s

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Prisma Cloud Native Security Platform Embeds Security into DevOps Lifecycle

Source:-securityboulevard.com Palo Alto Networks is pleased to announce the latest release of Prisma Cloud, the industry’s most comprehensive Cloud Native Security Platform. This release offers DevOps and SecOps teams added visibility and security with advanced “shift left” capabilities and central CI/CD policy management, along with several other host security features and architecture improvements. These enhancements empower organizations to implement cloud security across the full DevOps lifecycle on any cloud and any stack, and ultimately unite previously divided lines of business

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Kubernetes jumps in popularity

Source:-zdnet.com The Cloud Native Computing Foundation finds in its latest survey that Kubernetes and other cloud-native programs exploding in popularity. A few years ago, if you’d heard of Docker or containers, you’d thought of shipping containers. My how things have changed! In the latest Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) survey, it found 84% of companies are using containers in production this year — up from 23% in the first survey in 2016. And what are they using to manage them?

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Cumulus Rolls Out Open Source Network Automation Toolkit

Source:-sdxcentral.com Cumulus Networks today rolled out an open source toolkit that automates network testing and configuration. It uses Ansible for automation, and it helps companies deploy networks using infrastructure as code instead of configuring and managing their IT infrastructure manually. “Everyone understands the concepts of CI/CD, everyone understands the value of infrastructure as code, but they struggle to put it into production,” said Partho Mishra, president and chief product officer at Cumulus Networks. The SDN vendor has been using this

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DLT Framework to Spur Government DevOps Adoption

Source:-containerjournal.com DLT Solutions LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Tech Data, has defined a Secure Software Factory (SSF) framework that provides U.S. public sector agencies with a framework for implementing a set of best DevOps practices based on Kubernetes. Company CTO David Blankenhorn says the SSF framework spans tools and platforms from Checkmarx, CloudBees, Dynatrace, GitHub, GitLab, Eggplant, MindPoint Group, Parasoft, Red Hat, Sonatype, StackRox, Sysdig, XebiaLabs and ZenHub. The goal, he says, is to make it easier for government agencies and

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World Application Release Orchestration Software market research report 2025

Source:-whatech.com Ricerca Alfa offers a recently published research report on the Application Release Orchestration Software Market that gives an in-depth analysis of the key factors that are affecting the market. It also provides key quantitative as well as qualitative market information that helps customers in finding factors that are contributing to the market growth worldwide. A 200 pages report contains information pertaining to the important Application Release Orchestration Software Market insight including competitive analysis, on-going industry trends, market sizing, and

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Google Cloud embraces GitOps with new Application Manager for Kubernetes

Source:-theregister.co.uk Cloud giant aims to attract developers with code-oriented deployment automation Google’s new Application Manager, now in beta, is geared toward simplifying setting up GitOps with Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) as the target platform. GitOps is the idea that developers include a definition of the infrastructure required to deploy an application in a repository alongside the application code. Devs can then automate deployment with a script that sets up the production environment as well as compiling the code. If coders

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