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CNCF Takes LitmusChaos Platform to the Incubation Level

1 week ago

The technical oversight committee (TOC) for the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) announced today it is elevating the open source LitmusChaos application testing platform to the incubation level. LitmusChaos is a chaos engineering platform donated to the CNCF by ChaosNative in 2020. Since then, it has seen adoption within production environments by more than 25 […]

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Mike Vizard

How Low-Code Enables the Composable Enterprise

1 week ago

Enterprises know that their customers and partners expect a superior personalized experience. After all, customer experience has been a top priority for organizations over the last decade. However, despite all the technological advancements and transformation initiatives, the ability to deliver innovation with speed continues to elude.  Without this ability, enterprises constantly play catch-up with rapidly […]

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Alessandro De Capitani

Step Aside, Monoliths: Meet the Composable Enterprise

1 week ago

A composable enterprise, defined by Gartner as “an organization that delivers business outcomes and adapts to the pace of business change”, relies on the assembly of interchangeable application building blocks. This architectural overhaul has largely been driven by a demand for more configurable application experiences, and the need to evolve existing application portfolios that are […]

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Rick Veague

Three Cloud Trends to Watch in 2022

1 week 1 day ago

Many developers and startups view cloud services as simply “compute”, “storage” and “networking.” The cloud has matured to the point where customers often don’t think about the underlying infrastructure, service levels or debate the merits of on-premises versus cloud&;mdash;instead, they are increasingly cloud-first. In fact, December of 2021 marked Amazon Web Services (AWS) marked its […]

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Dan Kirsch

GitLab Revamps Observability Strategy After Acquiring Opstrace

1 week 1 day ago

GitLab plans to make observability a more integrated element of its continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform after acquiring Opstrace. Opstrace’s open source project exposes a horizontally scalable application programming interface (API) created by Cortex for Prometheus, an open source monitoring platform being advanced under the auspices of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). It then […]

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Mike Vizard

Using Event-Driven Architecture With Microservices

1 week 1 day ago

Microservices architecture is on the rise, already forming a key part of several current transformation projects, breaking down traditionally monolithic applications into self-contained, independently deployed services that are identified using domain-driven design. Stats from a recent study found that more than 60% of respondents have been using microservices for a year or more. In particular, […]

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Jonathan Schabowsky

Enable Multi-Cloud Networking With Automation

1 week 1 day ago

As we enter a new era of technology, we’re experiencing a “third wave” of cloud innovation that brings new complexities into the IT landscape, mainly centered around multi-cloud networking. With every wave of cloud technology advancement, networking components are becoming more complex and distributed across multiple groups. Further, multi-cloud networking brings new challenges around connecting […]

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Peter Sprygada

Intel Expands Scope of OneAPI Toolkit Initiative

1 week 4 days ago

Intel has made available a 2022 edition of its oneAPI toolkit through which it makes processor extensions accessible to DevOps teams. James Reinders, chief evangelist for Intel software products, said the goal is to make it simpler for DevOps teams to expose extensions to any company’s processors in the runtimes developers use. At its core, […]

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Mike Vizard

Crafting an Agile Enterprise Architecture

1 week 4 days ago

Digital transformation, business agility and enterprise architecture are frequently heard terms in this era of digital technologies and rapid change. The appropriation of digitalized applications, solutions and processes has enabled organizations to increase efficiencies. In turn, this allows them to respond to shifting customer needs and trends in a more flexible and agile manner.  Digital […]

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Wilko Visser

CIS Benchmarks: DevOps Guide to Hardening the Cloud

1 week 4 days ago

DevOps and cloud computing have become inseparable. But while the cloud started as primarily a dev/test environment — without stringent security and availability requirements — it has evolved into a mature platform for running production workloads. Moreover, devastating supply chain attacks like SolarWinds and Kaseya taught us all that development environments must also be secure.  […]

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Gilad David Maayan

6 Top DevOps Technology Trends to Watch

1 week 5 days ago

Technology trends simply cannot be ignored in today’s dynamic environment. As the world enters a post-digital era, organizations are exploring disruptive technology trends. Artificial intelligence, machine learning, intelligent process automation, advanced analytics, and robotic process automation (RPA) are among the top DevOps technology trends to watch. According to a survey by Accenture, 94% of IT and […]

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Anurag Shah

Open Source Observability Comes of Age in 2022

1 week 5 days ago

Observability is growing in importance to meet envisioned business objectives. Despite the benefits to performance data, organizations have faced challenges in realizing the full potential of observability based on implementation, distributed software tools, and other technological hurdles. But with new innovation, the era of true observability is upon us. Innovative changes The open-source observability landscape, […]

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Michele Mancioppi

Secure Software Summit: Exploring Secure Coding Best Practices

1 week 6 days ago

In an era where software is dominating the world, the security and quality of code must remain a high priority. Delivering secure and reliable software at a rapid pace is crucial for most organizations today, but it’s not an easy task. What security best practices do organizations put in place to successfully produce secure software? How should DevOps teams […]

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Veronica Haggar

DevSecOps Will Cross the Chasm in 2022

1 week 6 days ago

We’ve been talking about DevSecOps and shift-left security for years. Although this approach probably didn’t “cross the chasm” in 2021, we did see some very telling milestones. Cybersecurity VC funding surged to record heights with a focus on DevOps and cloud security and the need for DevSecOps became glaringly evident with the Log4j vulnerability. On a […]

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Guy Eisenkot

CI/CD is the New Lock-In

1 week 6 days ago

Welcome to 2022! Let’s start this year’s blogging off with a bang, and point out that we are in the process of creating the biggest lock-in that we have ever had. And I do mean ever. Maybe the hardware lock-in of the old days where vendor A was incompatible with vendor B was worse, but […]

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Don Macvittie

LogDNA Survey Surfaces Observability ROI Concerns

2 weeks ago

A Harris Poll of 200 senior engineering professionals suggests it may be a while before most DevOps teams are able to achieve true observability in their IT environments. The survey was conducted on behalf of LogDNA, a provider of an observability platform, and found nearly three-quarters of respondents (74%) are struggling to achieve their observability […]

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Mike Vizard

Predict 2022: Back to the Future

2 weeks ago

After a year of innovation, rapid digital transformation efforts, new challenges and settling into a new normal, it is time to look back at all the lessons learned and look forward to the future. What does 2022 has in store for us? Will 2022 be a breakthrough year in terms of progress and opportunity? At […]

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