8 hours 2 minutes ago
DevOps has changed the game in almost every aspect of testing: who, what, when, where and even why. What’s working, what needs to change immediately, and what challenges—and opportunities—lie ahead? Hosts Alan Shimel and Mitch Ashley are joined by Abel Wang from Microsoft, Tracy Miranda from CDF, Caroline Wong from Cobalt, Kurt Chase and Ben […]
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10 hours 26 minutes ago
Harness today announced that it has updated its cloud cost management (CCM) module for its namesake continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform to add support for Kubernetes at the node level in addition to providing business intelligence tools to analyze overall cloud costs. Harish Doddala, senior director of product management for Harness, said the update surfaces […]
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15 hours 26 minutes ago
If you think all the way back to primary and secondary school, you may remember hearing something like, “open your ears while your teacher is talking to you.” It’s true that someone tuned in to listening learns more than someone who doesn’t, but opening your ears is a lot more important than that. Open ears […]
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15 hours 56 minutes ago
Alan Shimel talks with Ashley Mehta, CEO and president of Nolij Consulting, about the company’s deep expertise in health care IT, digital health care transformation, testing and evaluation, and the use of emerging technologies to solve issues in the government IT space. Now, the company is going commercial, and Mehta explains how their expertise can […]
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15 hours 56 minutes ago
The past year-plus has brought disruption and opportunity to businesses and software teams all over the world. Change is inevitable, but 2020 was a year of massive change: businesses pivoted, supply chains were disrupted, customer expectations shifted to contactless services, digital transformation projects accelerated, new digital experiences were created, the move to the cloud jumped […]
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16 hours 26 minutes ago
DevOps has been the answer to rising software development complexity, but the granularity and multiplicity of actors, technologies and environments brings added security requirements. Moving to DevSecOps will not only help with these requirements but also accelerate the software development life cycle (SDLC). As development projects mature, more developers get involved, the code base grows […]
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16 hours 57 minutes ago
Blockchain has many potential uses cases outside of cryptocurrency. Established sectors such as financial, automotive, supply chain, and mobility could soon move to adopt decentralized applications and distributed ledgers. The technology has even been hailed as the ideal foundation to maintain a connected economy once humans go interplanetary. Recently, spectators note a swelling interest in […]
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1 day 5 hours ago
A report published by the Continuous Delivery (CD) Foundation suggests that, in terms of achieving that goal, most organizations still have a long way to go. Based on analysis of the Developer Nation survey data collected by SlashData, nearly two-thirds of developers said it takes at least one week to go from code committed to […]
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1 day 11 hours ago
After over a year of dreaded isolation, many of us are ready to return to the networking and social atmosphere of pre-COVID life. While physical proximity continues to be a struggle, virtual proximity through events like virtual summits and teleconference meetings, is getting increasingly more helpful amidst the transition. Here are the top 10 reasons […]
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1 day 11 hours ago
What Happened As part of a bug bounty, the security researcher Uzsunny found a critical vulnerability on the Shopify platform. The vulnerability allowed the attacker to assign himself as a “collaborator” to any store on Shopify without approval from the store’s manager. Collaborators have full access to perform any action on the store, including reading […]
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1 day 15 hours ago
In this episode of DevOps Unbound, Alan Shimel is joined by Christine Yen of Honeycomb, Paul Bruce of Tricentis and Mitch Ashley from ASG/MediaOps to discuss how to effectively test the performance of your applications and how bringing observability into testing environments helps DevOps teams identify and resolve issues early in the SDLC. The video […]
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1 day 16 hours ago
The global pandemic forced companies to accelerate their digital transformations, pushing them toward new technologies and architectures as they struggled to adapt to a changing world. Companies wanted fast development and deployment and were happy to trade off efficiency, reliability and sometimes, security, to pursue their goals. Now that the pandemic is receding in many […]
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1 day 16 hours ago
Multi-cloud is often framed from the perspective of “lift and shift.” In other words, an organization takes a computing environment previously running on one cloud and transfers it over to a different service provider. Cloud migration may make sense for cost savings or performance benefits and such a shift may be necessary when migrating on-premises […]
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1 day 17 hours ago
4 days 4 hours ago
Join the Rocket Open Source Languages and Tools for z/OS forum. A place where you can ask questions about our open source languages and tools and get answers from other mainframe professionals like yourself, as well as members of the Rocket team. As a Forum member you can engage your peers, learn how they’re using […]
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4 days 5 hours ago
Cycloid this week unveiled a tool that makes it possible to reverse engineer code used to manually provision cloud infrastructure. The Infra Import tool is part of an effort to create a more consistent and reliable version of that code using open source Terraform software. Benjamin Brial, Cycloid CEO, said Infra Import is based on […]
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4 days 5 hours ago
What Happened: As part of a bug bounty program, the AppSecure cybersecurity research team found a vulnerability on the authentication mechanism of Facebook. It gave them the ability to potentially gain full control of the social media giant’s more than 1 billion users. The team won a $15,000 bounty for its discovery. This vulnerability was […]
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4 days 15 hours ago
What should you look for when choosing a DevOps vendor? What criteria are others in your industry using to inform their decisions? How do you choose a vendor that is a good fit for your organization? And how do you know if you made the right choice? In this episode of DevOps Unbound, host Alan […]
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4 days 16 hours ago
In the years that low- and no-code development tools have been available, the movement has been slow to gather pace. Until recently, the vast majority of app and workflow development has remained firmly in the hands of professional coders. That is about to change—and fast. Gartner forecasts that the global low-code development technologies market is […]
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5 days 3 hours ago
Logz.io this week announced an alliance with Microsoft that enables DevOps teams to deploy its observability platform—based on open source platforms such as ElasticSearch, Logstash, Kibana (ELK), Prometheus and Jaeger—on the Azure public cloud. Jonah Kowall, Logz.io’s CTO, said the multi-year effort enables those teams to deploy the Logz.io platform via the Azure Console with […]
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3 hours 16 minutes ago
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