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The Next Frontier for Enterprises: Moving to a Product IT Operating Model

8 hours 35 minutes ago

In the world of technology, there are few things as dramatic and impactful as enterprise IT’s recent ascent from an enabler to a strategic business driver. Tasked with powering next-gen digital business models, IT teams today are fast realizing the harsh truth that they must make a pervasive strategic shift from traditional project-based operating model […]

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Rohit Nand

Predictions 2020: The Future of APM Strategies and Tools

9 hours 6 minutes ago

As 2019 comes to an end, it’s safe to say that multi-cloud strategies are here to stay. We can predict that 2020 will bring an ever-increasing demand for application performance management (APM) tools and services. So what does the future of APM look like? Let’s dive in. Multi-Cloud Strategies Increase the Demand for APM Tool […]

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David Wagner

Creating a Full-Stack Team with Continuous Delivery as a Service 

11 hours 20 minutes ago

CloudBees sponsored this post. There’s no doubt that Kubernetes orchestration is so hot right now. There’s also no doubt that when you go from a single source of truth with a monolithic architecture to highly distributed systems, application delivery gets harder — especially for the developer. There’s no such thing as a full-stack developer anymore […]

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Will Kubernetes Drive Cloud Native Telcos?

11 hours 20 minutes ago

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon sponsored this post, following the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2019, Nov. 18-21 in San Diego. Perhaps the most global use case to come for Kubernetes is in the telecommunications industry. It does have about five billion users after all. And it’s inherently a hardware-backed, well-regulated industry. The New Stack founder and […]

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Why Infrastructure Has Become a Key Differentiator

20 hours 8 minutes ago

Packet sponsored The New Stack’s news coverage of IFX2019. A developer may be lucky enough to have everything they might want from what, for many, is a very large candy store of available open source tools. But while the DevOps team can configure a brilliant platform running on, for example, Amazon Web Services (AWS), organizations […]

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CrowdStrike and the Nation-State Threat to Cybersecurity: Facts vs. Hype

20 hours 8 minutes ago

Nation-state sponsored cyberattacks are far more common than most people think, according to a recently-released report commissioned by CrowdStrike, which found that 81% of the 1,900 senior IT leaders and security professionals agreeing with the sentiment. When asked what would motivate a nation-state to attack, only 5% believe their organization is not at risk. The […]

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Primer: Understanding Software and System Architecture

20 hours 8 minutes ago

This post is part of an ongoing series from Catherine Paganini that focuses on explaining IT concepts for business leaders. Some key concepts this article refers to are explained in her previous Distributed Systems Primer article. As technology becomes a key differentiator, business leaders are increasingly engaging in strategic discussions with IT leaders to better […]

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Singapore Researchers Shrink Quantum Chips to the Size of an Integrated Circuit

20 hours 8 minutes ago

As the world becomes increasingly interconnected through an expanding global telecommunications network, cybersecurity becomes a top priority, especially when it comes to transmitting sensitive information such as financial data or people’s health records. Traditional methods of securing data have us using passwords or biometric data, but these methods can be easily hacked and result in […]

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Katalon Makes Test Automation Accessible for Teams of any Scale with Newest Release

1 day 1 hour ago

ATLANTA, Ga., November, 2019 – Katalon LLC released its first-ever model of Katalon Studio 7 for large, medium, and small teams to automate their Web, API, Mobile, and Desktop application testing. This new version helps Katalon Studio shift to the next level of an all-in-one automation tool, promising to deliver the most enjoyable automation experience for […]

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Deborah Schalm

WhiteSource and Codefresh Combine Forces to Offer Built-in Open Source Management in CI/CD Pipelines

1 day 3 hours ago

The collaboration will allow Codefresh customers to detect and fix issues earlier in the development process   TEL AVIV, Israel, Dec. 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — WhiteSource, the leader in open source security and license compliance management, announced today a new integration with Codefresh, the Kubernetes-native CI/CD solution. The new integration offers customers to build-in open source security and license […]

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Deborah Schalm

The Role of DevOps in Custom Software Development

1 day 7 hours ago

Hundreds of tech giants and big retail companies such as Etsy, Netflix, Amazon and Target have adopted an ecosystem called DevOps. It establishes a good collaboration between cross-functional teams such as development and operations which simplifies the processes. DevOps has calibrated a new standard for building custom applications. Do you know any predefined technique to […]

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Hardik Shah

Predictions 2020: Ushering in 2020 Data Predictions

1 day 7 hours ago

2019 brought us more data organizations running more advanced analytics, AI and ML workloads than ever before. 2020 is the year where we’ll see a spike in both the number of technologies and data teams that support these types of workloads internally. We’ll see AI and analytics teams merge into one as the new foundation […]

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Haoyuan Li

SMBs Struggle with Digital Transformation

1 day 8 hours ago

It’s a cliché, but it’s as true now as ever: The only constant in business is change. Digital transformation efforts are as essential for small and mid-sized businesses as they are for large enterprises—and SMBs are engaged in their transformative efforts for largely the same reasons as large enterprises: to engage more effectively with customers, […]

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George V. Hulme

The Automated Data Center Emerges

1 day 8 hours ago

Hyperscale and automation seem to go hand-in-hand, at least when it comes to the data center. Synergy Research reported that, at the end of 2017, there were 390 web-scale data centers worldwide, up from 300 a year earlier. IDC identified that hyperscale data centers “have a minimum of 5,000 servers and are at least 10,000 […]

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Len Rosenthal

Practical Approaches to Long-Term Cloud-Native Security

1 day 9 hours ago

There is no shortage of advice out there about how to secure modern, cloud-native workloads. By now, most developers and IT engineers who work with cloud-native deployments have heard all of the mantras about DevSecOps, shift-left security, multi-layer defenses and dynamic baselining (to name just some of the key concepts that are driving IT security […]

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Chris Tozzi

Merging Logs and Metrics with Grafana Labs’ Loki 1.0 Launch

1 day 11 hours ago

Portworx sponsored The New Stack’s coverage of Kubecon+CloudNativeCon North America 2019. Grafana Labs has released version 1.0 of the open source Loki log aggregation software at this year’s KubeCon+CloudNativeCon, calling the tool generally available and ready for production use. While Loki was first released at KubeCon 2018, Tom Wilkie, vice president of product at Grafana […]

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AWS’ CodeGuru Will Point Out What’s Wrong with Your Code

1 day 11 hours ago

Amazon Web Services wants to bring the full power of machine learning (ML) to code development. At the company’s annual user Re:Invent conference, the company has launched a new service, called CodeGuru, aimed to automate code reviews and provide application performance recommendations. Manual code reviews are a pain, admitted AWS CEO Andy Jassy in a keynote […]

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What Is ‘Cloud Native’ (and Why Does It Matter)?

1 day 11 hours ago

Cloud computing adoption has accelerated rapidly as technology leaders look to achieve the right mix of on-premise and managed cloud services for various applications and workloads. And this adoption is only expected to increase further; according to IDC, public cloud spending is forecasted to nearly double from $229 billion in 2019 to almost $500 billion […]

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From IT Administrator to Kubernetes Administrator

1 day 11 hours ago

Dell Technologies sponsored this podcast, which was recorded at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2019, Nov. 18-21 in San Diego. We’re witnessing the next stage of digital transformation. The first stage saw both Waterfall teams and legacy architectures breaking into smaller and smaller groups to enable organizations to rapidly respond to customer needs. Now entire […]

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