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Red Hat Adds Managed Ansible Service on Azure

1 week 3 days ago

Red Hat today announced general availability of a managed instance of the Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform on the Microsoft Azure cloud. Announced at the Red Hat Summit 2022 event, this offering makes it possible to deploy the control plane for Ansible on the Microsoft Azure cloud as an alternative to existing support for Amazon […]

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Mike Vizard

Jamstack Will Revolutionize How Websites Are Built

1 week 4 days ago

Today, every organization wants a website that loads quickly and looks sharp. The reasons go much deeper than cosmetic motivations, though—even a slight delay in loading can cause users to exit a page prematurely and site performance plays an important role in search engine rankings. Meanwhile, threats like ransomware and phishing are everywhere and are […]

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John Engates

Semiconductor Shortage May Be Here to Stay

1 week 4 days ago

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has cautioned that the semiconductor shortage will last until 2024, a scary reality for manufacturers, businesses and consumers alike. Semiconductor chips, or microchips, are essential for many digital consumer products. Anything that processes information uses these chips and with the exponential growth of technology, there has been a massive increase in […]

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Natan Solomon

OpenSSF Adds Open Source Package Analysis Tool Prototype

1 week 5 days ago

The Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) has made available a prototype of a package analysis tool that has already identified more than 200 malicious packages uploaded to PyPI and npm software components. Caleb Brown, an OpenSSF maintainer of the project, said the goal is to understand the behavior and capabilities of packages available on open […]

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Mike Vizard

Checkmarx Report Highlights Need for AppSec Collaboration

1 week 5 days ago

A research report published by Checkmarx finds the same basic malicious software developed using multiple programming languages as cyberattackers industrialize their malware development processes. Checkmarx, a provider of code scanning tools, shared examples of malicious packages written in multiple programming languages. These example packages share the same indicators of compromise that have gone undetected for […]

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Mike Vizard

Stytch Launches New, Flexibility-First SDK

1 week 5 days ago

Passwordless solutions have been a trend for a while now, improving user experience (UX) while reducing exposure to common attack vectors. Now, Stytch’s new JavaScript SDK aims to make password-free authentication a bit easier by increasing customization and flexibility while offering fully baked authentication out of the box. Julianna Lamb, Stytch CTO, said the solution […]

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Valerie Fenyn

DevSecOps: Realities of Policy Management

2 weeks 1 day ago

Policy management is essential to scale cloud environments and is key to secure DevOps practices. It enables organizations to manage policies put in place that secure the cloud environment, ensure Kubernetes configurations are secure and enable the continuous monitoring of a company’s overall security posture.   As businesses migrate workloads across multi-cloud architectures to achieve the […]

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Ritesh Patel

Synopsys Sets Course After Agreeing to Acquire WhiteHat Security

2 weeks 1 day ago

Synopsys, Inc. plans to add dynamic application security testing (DAST) tools to its software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform in the wake of agreeing to acquire WhiteHat Security from NTT Security Corp. for approximately $330 million in cash. Jason Schmitt, general manager of the Software Integrity Group at Synopsys, said the DAST tools developed by WhiteHat will complement […]

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Mike Vizard

Pulumi Extends Infrastructure-as-Code Reach

2 weeks 1 day ago

At its online PulumiUP conference, Pulumi announced it will make its Pulumi CrossCode translation technology available to third parties and DevOps teams. The technology was developed to integrate a wide range of programming languages with its infrastructure-as-code (IaC) platform. The company also announced it has added support for YAML—widely used to configure Kubernetes environments—as well […]

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Mike Vizard

Domino 5.2 Accelerates Model Velocity and Enables More Efficient Data Science Across the MLOps Lifecycle

2 weeks 2 days ago

New capabilities accelerate data preparation, model development, and enable model deployment in Snowflake’s Data Cloud New York City, NY, May 5, 2022 — Today at the Rev 3 conference, Domino Data Lab, provider of the leading Enterprise MLOps platform trusted by over 20% of the Fortune 100, announced its latest platform, Domino 5.2. This powerful […]

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Veronica Haggar

Internal Developer Portal: What it Is and Why You Need One

2 weeks 2 days ago

One main advantage of the cloud is that it offers developers flexibility and a self-service solution. Instead of having to contact the central infrastructure team whenever a dev team needs a new server or a cluster, the dev team can do it themselves through a simple web UI. This change drastically improves productivity. But there’s […]

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Dawid Ziolkowski

Smoothing the Transition From REST to GraphQL

2 weeks 2 days ago

Since its open source release in 2015, GraphQL has taken the development world by storm. GraphQL, the query language originally developed by Facebook, is a big boon for frontend developers, as it enables you to grab the exact data you need with a single request. This solves the problems of over-fetching and under-fetching, which classical […]

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Bill Doerrfeld

Citrix® and Google Cloud Simplify Shift to Flexible Work

2 weeks 3 days ago

New Citrix DaaS solutions available on Google Cloud Marketplace deliver cost and time-savings in making transition from procurement to deployment. Fort Lauderdale, FL, May 4, 2022 — Last year, Citrix Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CTXS) and Google Cloud announced their commitment to helping customers accelerate and embrace hybrid work models through Desktop as a Service (DaaS) […]

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Veronica Haggar

Git for Mainframe: Back to the Future 

2 weeks 3 days ago

Software delivery modernization should be done with care, especially with mission-critical mainframe apps. But for some, modernization will feel like a trip back to the future. Mainframe applications are typically systems of record with high-value transactions, significant compliance risk and an essential need for stability and security. They’ve been running reliably, often for decades, with […]

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Peter Wassel

This is Not Just a Test: DevOps and the Need to Automate

2 weeks 3 days ago

Creating software is as much about the process as it is about the product. In recent years, we’ve seen the speed of innovation reach new heights due to more efficient development and quality control. DevOps has further accelerated development by combining software and operations in unified, self-improving teams. With automation taking care of rote tasks, […]

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Sune Engsig

Why We Still Need Specialists

2 weeks 3 days ago

A few years back, I wrote here that specialists—particularly infrastructure specialists—were not going anywhere. I think it is worth updating that prediction and reminding you all that specialists across the bulk of DevOps subdomains are still necessary—even if you have broken down their silos. Spend time in any of the variety of places that DevOps […]

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