As we close out 2021, we at DevOps.com wanted to highlight the most popular articles of the year. Following is the sixth in our series of the Best of 2021. We all surf the internet mostly on our mobile devices because they are so handy and easily accessible. A vast majority of mobile device users […]
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With the pressure to release more rapidly, security is shifting left within the continuous development pipeline at most organizations. This imperative is increasing with the rise of cyberattacks. Yet both a lack of training and poor visibility are stalling many DevSecOps rollouts, a recent CSA study found. DevSecOps is still a relatively new practice and […]
As we close out 2021, we at DevOps.com wanted to highlight the most popular articles of the year. Following is the fifth in our series of the Best of 2021. DevOps is a culture, not a title. Therefore, companies should follow DevOps principles, rather than hiring one savant to fix an entire organization’s delivery model. […]
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In this week’s The Long View: Ruby on Rails 7.0 is go, working from home is still de rigueur, and HIBP gets far, far bigger.
As we close out 2021, we at DevOps.com wanted to highlight the most popular articles of the year. Following is the fourth in our series of the Best of 2021. DevOps is a software development strategy that incorporates agile practices for fast, efficient product creation and release. It focuses on integration of development and operations […]
As we close out 2021, we at DevOps.com wanted to highlight the most popular articles of the year. Following is the third in our series of the Best of 2021. Linux does, occasionally, raise security concerns. While many users see it as the most secure, robust and versatile operating system available — that’s this writer’s […]
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Quali has added a free tier of service to its Torque platform for automating infrastructure provisioning and application workload deployments. In addition, the company has updated the software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform to provide blueprints through which it provides tighter integration with Terraform, an open source infrastructure-as-code (IaC) tool, along with support for custom tags to make […]
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The recent discovery of the Apache Log4j vulnerability has wide-ranging implications for anyone who develops software, especially for those in the DevOps realm. What’s most troubling about the vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228) is how prevalent the use of Log4j is. The vulnerability is reported in a vast array of applications and directly impacts numerous Apache projects, including […]
As we close out 2021, we at DevOps.com wanted to highlight the most popular articles of the year. Following is the first in our series of the Best of 2021. We’ve got decades of experience in programming and language adoption under our belt at this point, and there are a few things we can say […]
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Red Hat this week announced a public beta of an Image Builder service that streamlines the process of building customized instances of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) operating system. Scott Herold, director of product management for RHEL at Red Hat, said the Image Builder service enables an IT team to define a “gold” template […]
Research estimates that cybercrime is going to cost the world $10.5 trillion annually by 2025, so it is no surprise that cybersecurity has become a top priority for business leaders. Today, security teams are striving to harden their systems against cyberattacks and improve their resilience through more employee security training, incident response programs and the […]
Hasura today unveiled a Data Hub repository for integrating application programming interfaces (APIs). The repository includes a connector that makes it easier for IT organizations to convert REST APIs into ones based on the GraphQL specification. Tanmai Gopal, Hasura CEO, said the connector eliminates the need to write custom code to connect existing REST endpoints […]
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In 2021, the security story in DevOps and DevSecOps has been the supply chain. So, it’s only fitting that we are currently experiencing the mother of all supply chain issues with the Log4j Log4Shell RCE vulnerability to close out the year. I won’t waste your time rehashing what Log4j is, why it’s so dangerous and […]
Speedscale today announced it is making a free edition of its observability tool for application programming interfaces (APIs) available to developers. Ken Ahrens, Speedscale CEO, said the goal is to expose more developers to the company’s API testing tool that can be accessed on their local machine via a command line interface (CLI). Dubbed Speedscale […]
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The developer role is changing. More and more often they are being rightfully viewed as key stakeholders who aid in setting company direction in this product-led world that we live in. For many technology vendors, earning the trust of developers is critical to their short-term and long-term success, but this presents a challenge. Developers have […]
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The Log4j vulnerability got me thinking: Is there such a thing as too much open source? Before anyone immediately fires off a flaming email, rage tweet or scathing blog post, hear me out for a moment. If you know me, you know that I am an open source fanatic. I’ve been asked many times, “Should […]
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