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vFunction Tool Uses AI to Help Convert Monolithic Java Apps

2 weeks 4 days ago

vFunction today added the ability to employ artificial intelligence (AI) to automatically assess the level of effort required to convert a monolithic Java application into a set of microservices. Bob Quillin, chief ecosystem officer for vFunction, said the goal is to make it simpler for IT teams to more effectively employ the company’s vFunction Application […]

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Mike Vizard

Database Migration From Microsoft Azure to Snowflake on AWS: Part 2

2 weeks 4 days ago

In part one of this blog series, we looked at our approach to migration by leveraging the Azure data factory, tuning the performance of Data Factory Pipeline, using Parquet files and increasing computing power.  In this blog, we’ll look at some of the challenges encountered during the migration, cost-saving actions and our approach to data […]

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Amol Gawas

Libbpf Vs. BCC for BPF Development

2 weeks 4 days ago

If you’re into Linux development, you’ve probably heard BPF mentioned over the last few years. BPF stands for Berkeley Packet Filter, and the technology has a large number of use cases. BPF apps can get deep access into an operating system and enable you to perform tasks such as high-performance load balancing, DDoS mitigation and […]

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Matt Lenhard

Applause Report Surfaces Functional Testing Issues

2 weeks 4 days ago

An analysis of more than 340,000 bugs collected by Applause, a provider of a testing platform designed to integrate with a range of DevOps platforms, found functional bugs accounted for 68% of issues. The research gathered data from 13,000 mobile devices and 1,000 unique desktops running 500 versions of operating systems and found that the […]

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Mike Vizard

Self-Service Helps Devs Solve Cloud Security and Compliance

2 weeks 5 days ago

Organizations that need compliance must follow a growing number of security standards—PCI, HIPAA, SOC 2 and GDPR just to name a few. Every new standard gives rise to an exhaustive list of hard-to-implement security controls. Cloud providers like AWS have tried to help, but there is still a lot left for developers to do to […]

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Tony Barbagallo

Shedding Light On Toil: Ways Engineers Can Reduce Toil

2 weeks 5 days ago

It comes in many shapes and sizes and is embraced as a necessary evil. It lurks in the shadows, emerging now and again to stealthily creep into our workflows, where it feasts on our perceived shame. If not pruned, it grows and wraps its tendrils around the workforce, draining the energy out of every digital […]

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Bill Doerrfeld

CloudBolt Adds Modular Automation Framework to Tame Hybrid Clouds

3 weeks ago

CloudBolt Software this week added a framework consisting of eight modules that collectively make it simpler to automate, optimize and govern hybrid cloud computing environments. Jeff Kukowski, CloudBolt CEO, said the goal is to provide IT teams with a more modular approach to managing multiple clouds that they can employ as they gain additional expertise. […]

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Mike Vizard

BMC Integrates DevOps Mainframe Portfolio With Git

3 weeks 1 day ago

BMC has expanded its efforts to bring DevOps best practices to the development of mainframe applications by integrating the BMC Compuware ISPW continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform with Git repositories. In addition, the company tightened integration between BMC Compuware ISPW and BMC AMI Ops platform and integrated BMC Compuware Topaz Workbench for building applications with […]

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Mike Vizard

Game Developers Shouldn’t Overlook Python’s Potential 

3 weeks 1 day ago

Python is an object-oriented, general-purpose and high-level programming language developed in 1991 by Guido van Rossum. Since its development, Python has become one of the most popular programming languages in the world. It often ranks high in popularity surveys—for instance, it claimed the top spot in the Popularity of Programming Language index and came in […]

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Hubert Kozacz

GitLab Adds Fourth DORA Metric API to CI/CD Platform

3 weeks 1 day ago

The latest update to GitLab’s namesake continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform has added support for the application programming interface (API) for measuring change failure rates. This addition supports the fourth metric as defined in the DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA) framework. Version 14.10 of GitLab also expands the GitLab Runner Operator for Kubernetes to any […]

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Mike Vizard

Hasura Adds Join Capability to GraphQL Engine

3 weeks 2 days ago

Hasura today announced it has extended its GraphQL engine to make it possible to join data generated by multiple sources. Hasura CEO Tanmai Gopal said GraphQL Joins makes it possible to join data from across different GraphQL services that can then be accessed via a single GraphQL application programming interface (API). The extension of the […]

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Mike Vizard

SRE Vs. DevOps: The Wrong Question?

3 weeks 2 days ago

The age-old question about the competition between DevOps and SRE sets up a false dichotomy. DevOps is a methodology while SRE is a team within operations. Although the two are often pitted against one another, developers also embody the skills and the capabilities to implement fixes.  Traditionally, application changes were reactive. The process of SRE […]

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Prashanth Nanjundappa

Datadog Unfurls Application Security Service

3 weeks 2 days ago

Datadog, Inc. today made generally available an Application Security Monitoring (ASM) service that is based on the same agent software that many DevOps teams already use to monitor applications. Pierre Betouin, vice president of product for the cloud security platform at Datadog, said ASM is designed to make it simpler for DevOps teams to add […]

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Mike Vizard

The Future of Low-Code Development

3 weeks 2 days ago

The days when IT teams relied on clunky software development processes and labor-intensive hand-coding to build tangible, reliable and modern applications are coming to an end. With the rise of new automation technology, rapidly rising expectations and demands from innovation-craving customers and end users and a shortage of developers, the software sector has been forced […]

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Jason Beres

mabl Makes Move to Automate Accessibility Testing

3 weeks 2 days ago

mabl today made available in beta an automated accessibility testing capability that it added to its software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform for testing applications. Dan Belcher, mabl co-founder, said given the increased accessibility requirements included in various compliance mandates, there is a greater need to address these issues as early as possible in the application development life […]

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Mike Vizard

Digital.ai Extends Scope and Reach of DevOps Platform

3 weeks 2 days ago

Digital.ai today unveiled the Ascension release of its namesake DevOps platform that adds pre-built metrics and best practices dashboards using a Test Lens capability to more easily employ analytics to identify software delivery bottlenecks. In addition, the company has added autonomous testing tools that automatically generate performance and security tests for mobile applications. These tools […]

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Mike Vizard

Riverbed Unveils Unified Observability Platform

3 weeks 2 days ago

Riverbed today launched a beta of a unified observability platform it will make available under the Alluvio by Riverbed brand name. Jim Hansen, senior vice president for product management at Riverbed, said the Alluvio by Riverbed observability platform combines several existing network and application performance management platforms into a single offering that is now infused […]

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Mike Vizard

The Great Market Convergence is Coming

3 weeks 3 days ago

When you look around tech markets—almost any tech market—you can see an obvious overlap. Tons of markets that are complementary and that take different approaches to solving the same problem, or markets that have grown into each other over time. This happens in highly active marketplaces. People have great ideas and implement them but someone […]

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