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The Graph Donates $48M to Advance GraphQL Platforms

1 month ago

The Graph, a provider of indexing and query tools based on the GraphQL language designed for blockchain platforms, today announced it has given $48 million to The Guild, a group of developers advancing an open source application programming interface (API) platform to further development of GraphQL-based technologies. Administered via The Graph Foundation, a nonprofit consortium […]

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Mike Vizard

Log4j Puts Effective IT Operations at Center Stage

1 month ago

News of the Apache Log4j vulnerability exploit is striking fear into the hearts of both software makers and users. Log4j is the most popular Java logging service used today, with over 400,000 GitHub downloads and has been embedded in most internet services and products from companies all over the world, including Apple, Amazon, Cloudflare, Steam, […]

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Kristin Hazlewood

AWS Outage and App Resiliency: Did a Roomba Replace the Canary?

1 month ago

Canaries were once sent into coal mines as an early warning sign against danger—for me, it was my Roomba failing to automatically search out dog hair and clean the floor under my sons’ dining room chairs. Cloud-enabled apps also were acting “weird”. Some were down, while others were just slow—although, in my view, slow may […]

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Dan Kirsch

Extending GitOps to the Enterprise

1 month ago

GitOps is a relatively new term, but it continues to gain momentum as more organizations embrace the paradigm. In DevOps, GitOps lands on the software engineering side of the development and operations continuum. Even though GitOps is more likely to be adopted by smaller organizations, larger enterprises can successfully implement GitOps with just a few […]

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Srinivasa Rao Gurubelli

NetApp Survey Shows Hybrid Cloud is Maturing

1 month ago

A small survey of 79 midsized to large enterprises conducted by NetApp suggests enterprise IT organizations might finally be embracing hybrid cloud computing beyond use cases involving backup and recovery. The survey finds 20% of respondents are currently employing both on-premises and cloud resources to support the same workload in a production environment, with another […]

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Mike Vizard

Low-Code: Bridging the Gap Between DevOps and Business

1 month ago

The need to innovate faster, manage multiple environments, optimize an application’s life cycle and achieve continuous delivery are aspirational goals that a successful DevOps team strives for. But there are loads of challenges, as meeting these goals increases the pressure on DevOps teams to adopt improved application architecture, new tools and developer workflows. The overarching […]

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Rahul Bhageeradhan

Overcoming Challenges to Automating DevSecOps

1 month ago

In the last few years, DevSecOps has been widely adopted among organizations looking to get proactive with their security. Traditionally, development teams would continuously implement and deploy new applications into the enterprise and security was an additional bolt-on at the end.  However, as the threat posed by cybercrime has increased, organizations have been ‘shifting left’ […]

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Gary Robinson

Red Hat Brings Ansible Automation to Microsoft Azure Cloud

1 month 1 week ago

Red Hat this week announced that a private preview of the Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform is now available on the Microsoft Azure Cloud. Tom Anderson, vice president of Red Hat Ansible automation, said making the Red Hat instance of the open source automation framework available on Azure is the first step toward making it […]

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Mike Vizard

Stacklet Embeds Collaboration in Compliance-as-Code Platform

1 month 1 week ago

Stacklet has added collaboration capabilities to its security and compliance platform that automatically groups related notifications, routes them to the right stakeholders and integrates with existing workflows and collaboration tools. The Stacklet platform is based on Cloud Custodian, an open source project that provides access to a domain-specific language that enables an IT team to […]

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Mike Vizard

5 Ways Low-Code Accelerates Digital Transformation

1 month 1 week ago

Organizations traditionally have struggled with build-versus-buy decisions when digitizing their internal operations and processes. While the build option offered the benefit of using internal teams or outsourcing to external vendors who could satisfy requirements, the downsides are a long wait, higher costs and the constant change and maintenance applications require. On the other hand, buying […]

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Divyesh Kharade

How Developers Can Handle the FinServ Data Deluge

1 month 1 week ago

A decade ago, if you were to ask developers what the biggest challenges in commercial banking were, they would likely cite the difficulty of accessing and collating high-quality data on the day-to-day operations of banking institutions. Today, that’s completely changed. Or it has to some extent, at least. Developers working in the banking industry certainly […]

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Sharon Florentine

Sentry Acquires Specto to Add Analytics Tool for Observability

1 month 1 week ago

Sentry this week announced it has acquired Specto, a provider of a set of tools for analyzing the performance of mobile applications. As the number of mobile applications being deployed continues to expand, developers are being asked to manage them as part of a general shift left that requires them to take on more accountability […]

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Mike Vizard

AWS Outage Exposes Weaknesses of DevOps Resilience

1 month 1 week ago

The December 7, 2021 Amazon Web Services (AWS) outage severely disrupted services from a wide range of businesses for more than five hours and highlighted just how reliant businesses have become on internet-delivered services. The outage mostly impacted web services in the eastern U.S., yet the implications are universal: It’s a reminder that many businesses […]

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Frank Ohlhorst

Vercel Acquires Turborepo to Gain Build System

1 month 1 week ago

Vercel today announced it has acquired Turborepo, a provider of a build system for JavaScript and TypeScript applications that provides developers with access to an easy-to-use monorepository for their code. In the wake of that acquisition, the command line interface (CLI) for accessing Turborepo will now be available under an open source license. Jared Palmer, […]

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Mike Vizard

Digital Business Transformation Driving More API Adoption

1 month 1 week ago

A global annual survey of 2,200 developers published today by RapidAPI, a provider of an application programming interface (API) hub, finds digital business transformation initiatives have led to an increase in reliance on external-facing APIs. According to the survey results, nearly three-quarters of developers (74%) are using APIs for internal applications. However, nearly half (49%) […]

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