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How to Mitigate Software Supply Chain Risks

2 months 3 weeks ago

As new vulnerabilities are discovered on a daily basis, DevOps teams must integrate security into the early stages of the development lifecycle and be vigilant about what elements are incorporated into their applications. The Log4J vulnerability has dominated the headlines since it was discovered in December and it continues to send shock waves through the […]

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Veronica Haggar

Top Nine Skills for SREs to Master

2 months 3 weeks ago

It’s easy to talk at a high level about what site reliability engineers do: They ensure that IT systems achieve availability and performance requirements. But which skills, exactly, do SREs need to do to perform their jobs? That’s a more complicated question. To answer, let’s look at the top nine site reliability engineer skills that […]

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Quentin Rousseau

Return to the Office? Nah.

2 months 3 weeks ago

I was watching Charlene O’Hanlon’s interview with the CRO of Rollbar, discussing the slow growth of “return to office” policies. High-tech, because we are more mobile, had more options than many people—the janitor, for example, must be physically at their job to do it. High-tech employees did not have that issue—or if they did before […]

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Don Macvittie

Can Regulatory Mandates Secure Software Development?

2 months 3 weeks ago

Software companies have a long history of delivering incomplete and insecure products. This happens for a couple of reasons. Fast time-to-market has always been a business priority, taking precedence over security, especially as DevOps has become the norm in software development methodologies. And software, by nature, is easy to update and change, so some defects […]

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Ehsan Foroughi

How to Seamlessly Transition to DevSecOps

2 months 3 weeks ago

In the last few months, the cybersecurity world has been taken by storm following the discovery of the Log4Shell vulnerability. The zero-day had the potential to put much of the connected world at risk and left security teams scrambling to quickly apply security patches to software just before Christmas 2021. As a result of the […]

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Gary Robinson

Without a Universal Language, Business Systems are Doomed

2 months 3 weeks ago

Imagine a world without DevOps. Everything that could be automated isn’t. Any job you dream up isn’t possible and, instead, you have to dig 10 to 15 clicks deep into a friendly but oppressive software interface to make every single change. Oh, and there’s no way to run searches. Picture that and you have a […]

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Gil Hoffer

Database Migration from Microsoft Azure to Snowflake on AWS: Part 1

2 months 3 weeks ago

Technological advancements have increased the demand for enhanced infrastructure with quick deployments. Public cloud providers are constantly upgrading their policies and infrastructure to match ever-growing business requirements. This competition gives businesses the ability to choose the cloud provider(s) that best fit specific governance and cost-effectiveness needs. In this blog, we discuss migrating databases from SQL […]

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Amol Gawas

Merging Secrets Management and Configuration

2 months 3 weeks ago

Fresh from picking up $5.25 million in funding, CloudTruth CEO Greg Arnette talks with Mike Vizard on this episode of the View With Vizard about why configuration and secrets management need to converge. The video is below, followed by a transcript of the conversation. Announcer: This is Digital Anarchist. Mike Vizard: Thanks for the throw. […]

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Mike Vizard

Updating and Managing Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC)

2 months 3 weeks ago

Infrastructure-as-code (IaC), often embodied by open source Terraform, is an essential ingredient to cloud and cloud-native strategies. But without the ability to scale, secure and manage IaC, you very quickly experience drift. Tim Davis, DevOps advocate with env0, pronounced “N zero”, discusses establishing a single source of truth and reigning in drift by updating and […]

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Mitch Ashley

Natural Language Query (NLQ) is Key for Self-Service BI

3 months ago

Modern business intelligence (BI) and analytics software solutions offer more ways to explore data and find insights than ever before. However, ensuring everyone in the enterprise can use analytics independently, when they need it, remains a challenge. For analytics to be adopted across the full enterprise, your tools need to be tailored for all users. […]

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Geoff Sheppard

Automation is Key for Success of 5G at Scale

3 months ago

5G is more than a progressive step; it is a catalyst for individuals, society and industries to meet their digital aspirations. 5G goes beyond connectivity by providing a platform to collaborate across industries, and 5G networks will be at the center of an ecosystem that pushes society’s continued digital transformation forward. By design, 5G networks […]

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Suchismita Mohanty

Netlify Leverages GraphQL to Simplify Access to Backend Services

3 months ago

Netlify this week added a Netlify Graph tool to its portfolio that makes backend services available to developers via a single click. The tool aims to simplify DevOps teams’ access to those services when building their applications. Netlify Graph is based on the GraphQL query language for application programming interfaces (APIs) and enables developers to […]

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Mike Vizard

The Past, Present and Future of OpenStack

3 months ago

OpenStack, described as the world’s most widely deployed open source cloud software, will mark its 12-year anniversary milestone later in 2022. In September 2012, the OpenStack Foundation launched as an independent organization to manage and promote the technology—a watershed moment for a project announced just two years earlier. Today, with contributions from more than 34,000 […]

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Tytus Kurek

Agile and DevOps for Kiosks

3 months ago

Alan Shimel talks with Sam Zietz, the CEO of Grubbrr and Touchsuite, about how software for kiosks can use Agile and DevOps to keep up with a wide range of hardware profiles. The video is below followed by a transcript of the conversation. Announcer: This is Digital Anarchist. Alan Shimel: Hey, everyone. Welcome to another […]

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Alan Shimel

Snyk Acquires Fugue to Secure Cloud Infrastructure

3 months ago

Snyk today announced it has acquired Fugue as part of an effort to embed security within an infrastructure-as-code (IaC) provisioning tool. The Fugue platform combines a unified policy engine with an implementation of the open source Open Policy Agent (OPA) software, dubbed Regula, to ensure security and compliance policies are consistently enforced. OPA provides IT […]

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Mike Vizard

Cloudify Integrates DevOps Automation Platform With Terraform

3 months ago

Cloudify this week announced a free user interface (UI) module that extends its infrastructure provisioning platform and enables DevOps professionals to integrate unlimited Terraform modules. Nati Shalom, Cloudify CTO, said Terraform UI provides a familiar construct for DevOps teams using the open source DevOps automation platform to provision infrastructure-as-code (IaC). The module enables DevOps professionals […]

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