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Building a Culture of Full-Service Ownership

1 month 4 weeks ago

In recent years, our reliance on software has exploded. It has been more than a decade since Marc Andreessen made his prophetic observation that “Software is eating the world.” Today, nearly every interaction is mediated through a screen and backed by software. With the massive shift to remote and digital interactions due to the pandemic, […]

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Michael Cucchi

Turnover, Documentation and Missing Links

1 month 4 weeks ago

When employee turnover spikes, IT in general and DevOps teams in particular need to be prepared. At the time of this writing, the stock market is roiling, and DevOps compensation is bouncing up. This has an impact on turnover because many in DevOps (and nearly all senior positions) have compensation that includes stock—stock that may […]

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Don Macvittie

How Work-From-Anywhere Impacts DevOps

1 month 4 weeks ago

Brian Lavallée from Ciena talks with Mike Vizard about how the work-from-anywhere movement has impacted DevOps, networking and security. The video is below, followed by a transcript of the conversation. Mike Vizard: Hey, guys. Thanks for the throw. We’re here with Brian Lavallée who is senior director for solutions marketing at Ciena. Brian, welcome to […]

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Mike Vizard

Secure Software Summit: Behold the SBOM

1 month 4 weeks ago

With supply chain security becoming more of a focus, the SBOM is now viewed as a critical element in shoring up supply chain security. SBOM stands for software bill of materials. At a very elementary level, an SBOM is a list of ingredients. Think about how every food product in the supermarket lists ingredients so, […]

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Steve Springett

Trustero Exits Stealth Mode and Launches its Compliance as a Service Platform

1 month 4 weeks ago

Proven best practices create integrity and trustworthiness.  Palo Alto, CA, March 22, 2022 – Trustero, an innovator in Compliance as a Service for emerging enterprises, announced that it has exited stealth mode and has raised $8 million in seed funding. Zetta Venture Partners led the round with participation from Engineering Capital and Vertex Ventures.  The […]

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Veronica Haggar

Your DevOps Teams Can Do Better. Here’s How.

1 month 4 weeks ago

As more organizations focus on digital transformation as the centerpiece of their growth strategy, software developers and IT teams are under heightened pressure to perform—quickly and efficiently. That begs two questions: Can we do better? And if so, how can we do better? The answers can be elusive, especially for DevOps teams that have over-relied […]

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Mark Lines

Trustero Completes SOC 2 Type 1 Certification for its Compliance as a Service

1 month 4 weeks ago

Palo Alto, CA, March 22, 2022 – Trustero, an innovator in Compliance as a Service for emerging enterprises, announced that it has completed the System and Organization Controls (SOC 2) Type 1 audit for its compliance platform.  A widely recognized auditing standard developed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), SOC 2 compliance […]

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Veronica Haggar

Survey Sees App Testing More Widely Distributed

1 month 4 weeks ago

A survey of 900 application testing professionals conducted by PractiTest, a provider of a platform for managing testing tools, suggested the number of organizations that have dedicated testing teams is declining at a steady rate. The survey found a 15% decrease in organizations with dedicated testing teams that have six or more members. At the […]

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Mike Vizard

Secure Software Summit: Reachability and Risk for Security Leaders

1 month 4 weeks ago

It is impossible to manage security posture without considering two key factors in any potential vulnerability or security flaw: Reachability and risk. The two factors are related. Reachability defines the degree to which a given security vulnerability that is detected, such as a CVE, can actually be attacked and exploited to gain privileged access and […]

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Malcolm Harkins

5 Steps to More Sustainable DevOps

1 month 4 weeks ago

The rise of remote workforces, cryptocurrencies and super-sized data centers brings to the forefront a concern in tech development that doesn’t get enough attention: The impact of computing and advanced technologies on the environment. About six months into the pandemic, people began to notice cleaner air, clearer water and an overall calming effect on the […]

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Bernard Brode

Secure Software Summit: Applying Chaos Engineering to Software Security

2 months ago

Today’s software systems are, essentially, controlled chaos—and lightly controlled chaos, at that. This makes it exceptionally challenging to model the behavior of those systems. Our systems are quickly becoming larger and larger, with more and more moving parts. It is not uncommon for enterprises to have over 1,000 microservices and millions of containers running thousands […]

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Aaron Rinehart

A Closer Look at Azure DevOps

2 months ago

Microsoft’s Azure DevOps Server is emerging as one of the most popular cloud application development environments. Like most continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) platforms, it provides features such as version control, reporting, project management, automated builds, and testing. It covers all aspects of the application life cycle and enables DevOps. Here’s a closer look at this […]

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DevOps Staff

Log Management Challenges Grow With Observability Adoption

2 months ago

It appears that, in many IT environments, observability is becoming too much of a good thing. A global survey of more than 315 IT executives, cloud application architects, DevOps professionals and site reliability engineers (SRE) conducted by Dimensional Research on behalf of log data management platform provider Era Software, found 96% are witnessing an explosion […]

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Mike Vizard

Glasswall Launches Freemium Version of its Desktop Content Disarm and Reconstruction App to Protect Against File-Based Cybersecurity Threats

2 months ago

Delivering Protection That Doesn’t Wait for Detection, Glasswall Desktop Freedom Enables Organizations to Trust Every File London, EN, March 17, 2022 — Glasswall, a global leader in Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR) technology, today announced the availability of Glasswall Desktop Freedom, a freemium version of its market-leading desktop CDR application. Developed to help protect organizations […]

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Veronica Haggar

Todyl Raises $28 Million in Funding and Launches Todyl Security Platform with Integration of SIEM, EDR/NGAV, and MXDR into Existing SASE Platform

2 months ago

Investment supports further development of Todyl’s comprehensive, unified security and networking platform DENVER, CO, March 17, 2022 — Todyl, an industry-leading security and networking company, announced a $28 Million Series A investment round led by Anthos Capital, with Tech Operators, Blu Ventures, and StoneMill Ventures increasing their existing investments to support Todyl’s mission of enabling […]

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Veronica Haggar

Rafay Systems Powers AI and Machine Learning Applications at the Edge by Streamlining Operations for GPU-based Container Workloads

2 months ago

Quickly launch and easily manage production-grade Kubernetes clusters for AI and machine learning applications at scale with Rafay Sunnyvale, CA, March 17, 2022 — Rafay Systems, the leading platform provider for Kubernetes Operations, announced the expansion of the industry’s only turnkey solution for operating Kubernetes clusters with GPU support at scale by adding powerful new metrics […]

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Veronica Haggar

Secure Software Summit: Measuring and Mitigating OSS Risks

2 months ago

Measuring and mitigating the security risks in open source software is becoming a major issue in the software development community. Attacks on open source software (OSS) are on the rise; open source supply chain attacks grew 650% in 2021—a staggering number. 2021 and early 2022 saw significant attacks which impacted more than 1,000 organizations. The […]

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