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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The Datadog Has Been Maltreated, Foster Some Extra Shares

Source:-seekingalpha.com Datadog reported Q2 earnings on August 6th, resulting in a revenue beat and full-year guidance raise. However, the stock fell 16% after-hours, leaving some investors puzzled. The company posted solid Q2 earnings, but the soft guidance and some cost-saving comments are likely responsible for the hard drop. Management guidance was very conservative, revenue growth remains strong and the product offering keeps improving. Dollar-cost averaging is the go-to strategy for this stock, and the current mid-$70s level is a perfect

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Verizon, AWS Partner to Deliver 5G Mobile Edge Computing to Boston, Bay Area

Source:-thefastmode.com AWS last week announced the general availability of AWS Wavelength on Verizon’s 5G network, allowing developers to build ultra-low latency applications for mobile devices and users in Boston and the San Francisco Bay Area. Customers can now deploy parts of their application that require ultra-low latency at the edge of 5G networks using the same AWS APIs, tools, and functionality they use today, while seamlessly connecting back to the rest of their application and the full range of cloud

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Introducing Contour: Routing Traffic to Applications in Kubernetes

Source:-thenewstack.io We’re excited to share the news that Contour is now an incubation-level hosted project with the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). This is a very proud moment and on behalf of the other project maintainers we want to thank the community for all of the work they put in to get us to this point. If you don’t already know it, Contour is a simple and scalable open source ingress controller for routing traffic to applications running in Kubernetes.

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Why Secure DevOps is the New Sheriff in Town

Source:-securityboulevard.com We’ve listened to the pain points of CISOs around the country, many of whom say managing an effective application security program often feels like trying to survive in the Wild West. It’s a great metaphor. You’ve got cowboys and gunslingers and outlaws. There are open frontiers and endless opportunities for pioneers. But instead of dodging bullets, CISOs are now facing modern challenges like championing cybersecurity efforts, unifying DevOps with security, managing the security of complex IT infrastructures and complying

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Eficode recognized in Gartner Hype Cycle for Agile and DevOps, 2020

Source:-prnewswire.com ESPOO, Finland, Aug. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Eficode, Europe’s leading DevOps company, has been recognized in Gartner’s Hype Cycle for Agile and DevOps, 2020 (1) . The Hype Cycle report includes key approaches and technologies used to support a DevOps initiative. Eficode was recognized in the Gartner report as a Sample Vendor of DevOps Value Stream Management Platforms [VSMP], the report states “they provide visibility and traceability to every process in software delivery – from ideation through development to

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Inside Amazon: 3 Reasons AWS Is No Longer Jeff Bezos’s Growth Engine

Source:-cloudwars.co Oh, to have the problems Jeff Bezos has. You have to feel pretty good if you’ve got a business running at a $43-billion annualized rate and it’s getting knocked for growing “only” 29%. Such is the case with Amazon’s AWS cloud-computing unit, which for the past few years has been not only the fastest-growing business but also the biggest net-profit contributor within Bezos’s company. But that long-running and remarkable narrative got obliterated last week when Amazon reported that Q2 revenue for

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Kubernetes Updates Hit by COVID-19, BLM Recognition

Source:-sdxcentral.com The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and recent social strife has pushed the Kubernetes project to alter its quarterly update schedule through the end of the year, though it’s looking to get back in track (like the rest of the world) in 2021. The Kubernetes 1.19 release should have dropped at some point around June 30. That would have maintained what had been a near metronome-like schedule of platform updates dating back to its initial 1.0 release in mid-2015. However, external

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Cloud Computing Market Size, Share, Growth and Segmentation|CA Technologies, Cisco Systems, Google

Source:-eturbonews.com Pune, Maharashtra, India, July 31 2020 (Wiredrelease) MarketResearch.Biz –: The recent report posted via MarketResearch.Biz on Cloud Computing market offers critical market insights in conjunction with targeted segmentation evaluation. The report examines key using elements which might be anticipated to drive the increase of the market. Global Cloud Computing Market Research Report offers crucial data on numerous market situations, for example, ability improvement elements, elements controlling the advancement, market possibilities, and risks to the global market. Also, the report

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Is TerraForm Power (NASDAQ:TERP) Using Too Much Debt?

Source:-simplywall.st Howard Marks put it nicely when he said that, rather than worrying about share price volatility, ‘The possibility of permanent loss is the risk I worry about… and every practical investor I know worries about.’ When we think about how risky a company is, we always like to look at its use of debt, since debt overload can lead to ruin. As with many other companies TerraForm Power, Inc. (NASDAQ:TERP) makes use of debt. But is this debt a

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Survey: DevOps Haves Benefiting Over Have-Nots

Source:-devops.com A global survey of 400 global IT executives and practitioners conducted by Longitude, an arm of Financial Times Group, on behalf of New Relic suggests organizations that have embraced best DevOps practices are starting to enjoy material financial benefits over rivals that have not yet made similar investments in modernizing application development processes. The survey finds 25% of respondents are leaders when it comes to application development, with 90% of those respondents identifying the development and deployment of more

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10 courses that can help upgrade your skills

Source:-tribuneindia.com The lockdown due to COvid-19 pandemic over the past three months has brought all economic activity to a standstill. With employees stuck at home and most companies resorting to work from home the contours of work and productivity standards are changing fast. It is very important for professionals to stay relevant in a fast-changing job scene. Fiscal constraints being faced by a majority of businesses have made it mandatory for professionals to broaden their horizons and stay relevant. Acquiring

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Red Hat Adds Java Runtime for Kubernetes to Subscription

Source:-containerjournal.com Red Hat has made available Quarkus, a Java framework that runs natively on Kubernetes, available alongside other runtimes it includes as part of a Red Hat Runtimes subscription. Rich Sharples, senior director of cloud services at Red Hat, says Quarkus provides an instance of a Java framework optimized to run in Kubernetes that removes code from the Java virtual machine (JVM), originally intended to make JVMs run anywhere. That capability is now provided by Kubernetes, he notes. Quarkus also

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Google Cloud and HCL strengthen partnership, bolster e-commerce CX

Source:-datacentrenews.eu HCL’s software offerings will soon be coming to Google Cloud as part of an expansion of the partnership between the two companies, it was announced today. Google Cloud will now be the preferred cloud platform for HCL Commerce, providing a global edge and expanded infrastructure to power businesses’ e-commerce strategies. Businesses will be able to leverage Google’s reach combined with HCL’s commerce platform, allowing for development of better, data-driven customer experiences, according to the two companies. “The collaboration between

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5 WAYS TO AUTOMATE KUBERNETES CLUSTER MANAGEMENT

Source:-techgenix.com Kubernetes is hard, there’s no arguing that. The good news, however, is that a little knowledge and guidance can go a long way, especially if you already know your way around Linux and shell scripts like Bash. Before we get into the different ways to automate Kubernetes cluster management, let’s take a look at what exactly that’s supposed to cover. According to the official documentation, this involves automating cluster creation and configuration, upgrading master and worker nodes, maintenance, and

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Is DevOps fatigue next? Don’t buy into the dogma

Source:-techbeacon.com Many organizations are suffering from agile fatigue—and DevOps may be next. The process of transitioning from one orthodoxy to another, such as from waterfall to agile, takes time and patience, and so does the move to DevOps. You will encounter many dead ends and wrong turns on the way, but you need to understand that your audience consists of intelligent, experienced, and very capable knowledge workers. They need your support, education, patience, and understanding as they adjust to new

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How DevOps Powered by AI and Machine Learning Is Delivering Business Transformation

Source:-devops.com The use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) is fundamentally changing the way we think about DevOps. Most notably, it is delivering a new form of DevOps that recognizes the need to have systems that are intelligent by design and underpinned by comprehensive security (DevSecOps). For many, this will be the crucial next step if DevOps is to shorten the software development lifecycle for all connected intelligent systems, ensuring the continuous delivery of secure high-quality software. By

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Atlassian Unfurls Bevy of DevOps Updates

Source:-devops.com Atlassian today made a dozen updates to its DevOps portfolio as part of an effort to better unify workflows spanning disparate tools. Suzie Prince, head of product for Bitbucket at Atlassian, said the latest updates are intended to enable DevOps teams to streamline workflows without requiring everyone in the organization to standardize on the same set of tools. Updates to the Atlassian DevOps portfolio include DevOps Automation Triggers, which makes it possible to create automation to keep development activities

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Theta Labs Welcomes Google Cloud As Enterprise Validator, Releases Mainnet 2.0

Source:-chainbulletin.com Other members of the Theta Enterprise Validator Node Program include Binance, Gumi Cryptos, and Blockchain Ventures. The popular blockchain video delivery network, Theta Labs, proudly announced that, from today, Google Cloud is involved in its Enterprise Validator Node Program, which also involves Binance, Gumi Cryptos, and Blockchain Ventures. Through the program, enterprises can verify transactions in consonance with the consensus protocol of Theta. Another big change for Theta is that Google Cloud will also become the preferred cloud provider.

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