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Is AI Taking Over DevOps Functions?

2 months 2 weeks ago

Artificial intelligence has taken the tech world to a new level of automation. Today, almost every specialization demands the intervention of machine learning to develop AI technologies that help businesses do more with less time and resources. Still, some organizations question whether leading with AI is a good investment.  For DevOps, the answer is a […]

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Nahla Davies

How to Apply GitOps on Infrastructure

2 months 3 weeks ago

GitOps has become more than a buzzword in the DevOps community. It consists of a set of best practices designed to better deploy, manage and monitor Kubernetes clusters and applications. By adopting GitOps everything becomes code, therefore empowering DevOps teams to control every aspect of the development process from beginning to end. Viktor Farcic, developer […]

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Veronica Haggar

Sentry Integrates Code Observability Tool with GitHub, GitLab

2 months 3 weeks ago

Sentry this week extended its namesake observability platform for code to provide tighter integration with the DevOps platforms provided by GitHub and GitLab. Application development project managers can now assign issues to DevOps teams by integrating directly with the CODEOWNERS file in GitHub or GitLab. Error messages, for example, can now be automatically routed to […]

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Mike Vizard

Empowering Teams to Make Mission: Impossible Possible

2 months 3 weeks ago

“Your mission, should you choose to accept it….” That’s the way the original Mission: Impossible TV show and, later, the movie series drew us in. The bad guy’s operation was explained. The goal was clearly defined; infiltrate and destroy. And although the task at hand was extremely difficult and fraught with unknowns, the team of […]

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Lee Reid

Transposit Survey Shows DevOps’ Impact on CIO, CTO Relationship

2 months 3 weeks ago

A survey of 415 CIOs and CTOs conducted by Transposit, a DevOps process orchestration platform provider, finds that as organizations continue to adopt DevOps processes more widely, friction between these types of senior IT leaders is rising within many organizations. As a C-level role, ‘CTO’ first gained traction in the wake of the dot com […]

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Mike Vizard

5thColumn Rebrands As UncommonX with Launch of BOSS Intelligent Security Platform

2 months 3 weeks ago

Cybersecurity Managed Services Provider Experiences Transformative Growth and Rounds Out Executive Bench with Addition of New Chief Revenue Officer,  Cybersecurity Sales Exec Michael Connolly CHICAGO,  Sept. 14, 2021 — Undergoing transformative growth since its founding, 5thColumn, a SaaS-based cybersecurity managed services provider for midsize organizations, today announced its rebrand as UncommonX to reflect the company’s uncommon […]

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Veronica Haggar

MongoDB’s Atlas Turns Five

2 months 3 weeks ago

In June 2021, Andrew Davidson, VP of cloud products at MongoDB, talked with Alan Shimel about MongoDB and the fifth anniversary of launching Atlas, the company’s database-as-a-service offering. The video is below, followed by a transcript of the conversation. Announcer: This is Digital Anarchist. Alan Shimel: Hi, everyone. Welcome to another segment here on TechStrong […]

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Alan Shimel

3 Ways to Prevent Developer Burnout

2 months 3 weeks ago

Without developers, software companies wouldn’t exist—and yet, the experience of these experts can be far from ideal. A recent report from Haystack found that nearly 80% of developers report being burned out and the pandemic isn’t even one of the primary factors. Despite similar job requirements, the experience of developers significantly varies across the industry, […]

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Lorna Mitchell

DevOps Unbound: Lies, Damn Lies and Metrics

2 months 3 weeks ago

In this episode of DevOps Unbound, hosts Alan Shimel and Mitch Ashley are joined by Helen Beal of the DevOps Institute, Viktoria Praschl of Tricentis, Frank Ohlhorst, principal analyst with Accelerated Strategies Group and Alex Hidalgo of Nobl9 to discuss how to use DevOps metrics effectively to improve delivery performance and help teams become high-performing […]

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Alan Shimel

Sonatype Report Shows Spike in Supply Chain Attacks

2 months 3 weeks ago

Sonatype today released a report that finds there has been a 650% year-over-year increase in supply chain attacks aimed at upstream public repositories. Cybercriminals hope to compromise these repositories by injecting malware into software components that many organizations might be using, according to the report. The seventh annual State of the Software Supply Chain Report […]

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Mike Vizard

DevOps Dozen² Awards 2021 Nominations Now Open

2 months 3 weeks ago

The DevOps Dozen² Awards are back and open for nominations. This past year has been quite a journey and we are very proud of the DevOps community in their ability to pivot, innovate, adapt and think ahead in these challenging times. Some outstanding leaders and vendors have worked nonstop to reach their goals and achieve […]

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Alan Shimel

DevOps Dozen² Awards 2021 Nominations Now Open

2 months 3 weeks ago

The DevOps Dozen² Awards are back and open for nominations. This past year has been quite a journey and we are very proud of the DevOps community in their ability to pivot, innovate, adapt and think ahead in these challenging times. Some outstanding leaders and vendors have worked nonstop to reach their goals and achieve […]

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Alan Shimel

Solving the DevOps Accountability Problem

2 months 3 weeks ago

DevOps accountability is the idea that both the development and operations teams have equal responsibility for success. But putting this approach into practice has been a thorn in the side of DevOps teams for the past decade, largely due to outdated organizational structures that place responsibilities on a single employee or team. These outmoded structures […]

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Eric Mader

Meet the New(ish) Pipeline

2 months 3 weeks ago

My company keeps a sample project running pretty much all of the time. Our current project (multi-target web/Android app using Java and Spring built with Gradle and Ant that we’ll call “Finder” here) is getting a bit long in the tooth, so we have been casting about for a new one over the last several […]

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Don Macvittie

New Relic Survey Shows Greater Appreciation for Observability

2 months 3 weeks ago

A global survey of 1,300 software engineers, developers, IT leaders and executives found half of respondents (50%) are in the process of implementing an observability platform. Another 23% of respondents said that they cannot gain end-to-end observability at all, while 26% said they believe they have mature observability practices in place. The survey, published today, […]

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Mike Vizard

MediaOps, Boca Code Award ‘Engineer the Change’ Scholarship

2 months 3 weeks ago

I am really proud to announce that, in partnership with Boca Code, MediaOps has awarded a scholarship for the Fall 2021 term to the Software Engineering Career Course, a 10-week rigorous and fast-paced coding boot camp from Boca Code. Alina Maliuk, a first-generation immigrant from Ukraine, is the recipient. The Engineer the Change scholarship was […]

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