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Report Finds Most Log4Shell Vulnerabilities Unpatched

3 weeks 4 days ago

A report published today by Rezilion, a provider of a platform for tracking and analyzing software vulnerabilities, found that despite all the attention the Java zero-day Log4Shell vulnerability attracted, it appears that nearly 60% of the affected software packages remain unpatched. Rezilion used Google’s Open Source Insights tool to scan open source software packages, including […]

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Mike Vizard

Defining the Next Cycle of Technology

3 weeks 4 days ago

We’re in the middle of what we at ScyllaDB dubbed The Next Tech Cycle. Not “The World of Tomorrow” nor “The Shape of Things to Come” nor “The Wave of the Future”—because it’s already here today. We’re right in the middle of it. It’s a wave that’s carrying us forward, but it began with trends […]

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Peter Corless

MDR for DevSecOps: How Managed Security Can Help You Shift Left

3 weeks 4 days ago

What is managed detection and response (MDR)? Managed detection and response (MDR) is an outsourced service that helps organizations detect threats on endpoints, respond to them and carry out proactive threat hunting. MDR services typically include an endpoint detection and response (EDR) platform, which is deployed on company endpoints, and human security experts. MDR providers […]

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Gilad David Maayan

How to Avoid Crappy Culture and Keep Engineers Happy

3 weeks 5 days ago

Software engineers know how much they are worth—everyone wants them and there aren’t enough of them to fill that demand. While the need for tech talent is greater than ever, the pandemic has shifted priorities for many engineers. And they’re not alone. It’s a reality shared with millions of others in a variety of fields […]

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Shanea Leven

Tackling the Complexities of Multi-Cloud With a New IT Model

3 weeks 5 days ago

The pandemic put incredible pressure on organizations to modernize and accelerate digital transformation efforts, with many businesses rushing to embrace cloud strategies in response. According to this year’s Enterprise Cloud Index from Nutanix, multi-cloud—an IT operating model that combines multiple clouds, public or private—is the most commonly deployed IT environment and the only IT model […]

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Thomas Cornely

SolarWinds Unveils Unified Observability Platform

4 weeks ago

SolarWinds this week launched an observability platform that makes available a range of tools and technologies that the company has developed and acquired via a common user interface. Rohini Kasturi, chief product officer for SolarWinds, said the SolarWinds Hybrid Cloud Observability platform also makes an observability platform affordable for a much wider range of organizations. […]

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Mike Vizard

Optimizing Security in Data Collection Processes

4 weeks 1 day ago

How you collect and process your data has a direct impact on the security of that data. By following best practices for data collection and processing, DevOps professionals can minimize the risk of data breaches and other security threats. In this article, we’ll share some best practices and tips for optimizing your data collection processes […]

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Anas Baig

The Future of Cloud Strategy: Multi-Cloud

4 weeks 1 day ago

As Gartner’s Milind Govekar recently said, “There is no business strategy without a cloud strategy.” But in 2021, some of the world’s biggest brands suffered disruptions in their services due to outages from their cloud service providers, including Google, Slack, Venmo, Disney+, Facebook/Meta, Tinder, iRobot, The Washington Post and Sony. While the outages do not negate the […]

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Deven Samant

Report Finds Software Engineering Productivity Gains

4 weeks 1 day ago

An analysis of the time 23,000 software engineers spent working in 2021 that was published this week by Jellyfish, a provider of an engineering management platform (EMP), finds cycle times on average were down to 12.6 days, representing a 12.3% decline over 2020. The report, however, also finds commits were down 4% year-over-year, while the […]

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Mike Vizard

The Pros and Cons of Embedded SREs

1 month ago

To embed or not to embed: That is the question. At least, that’s one of the questions that companies have to answer as they decide how to implement site reliability engineering. They can either embed SREs into existing teams, or they can build a new, separate team. Both approaches have their pros and cons. The […]

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Quentin Rousseau

What’s the Difference Between SLI, SLA and SLO?

1 month ago

If you’re just getting into site reliability engineering (SRE) or platform engineering, you’ve probably come across a bunch of new terminologies, like SLI, SLA and SLO. These benchmarks are commonly referenced in the day-to-day life of an SRE but may seem foreign to outsiders. So, what are the differences between these abbreviations? Well, one of […]

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Bill Doerrfeld

Checkmarx Finds Malicious Open Source PyPi Repository

1 month ago

Checkmarx, a provider of a platform for testing application security, this week disclosed it has discovered a malicious instance of a PyPi repository for Python code that has been downloaded more than 70,000 times. Tzachi Zorenshtain, head of supply chain security, said this discovery represents another instance where cybercriminals have made available a malicious copy […]

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Mike Vizard

Shift Left is Only Part of Secure Software Delivery

1 month ago

We’re living in the age of accelerated consumption and delivery. You can get a seemingly infinite selection of products delivered to your door within two days, for free, from thousands of miles away. You can access an endless variety of services online within mere seconds: Movies, music, games, education and even health care. These modern […]

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Anna Belak

The Problem With Security

1 month ago

As an IT professional with decades of experience at every level of technology and organizations—from cell phone prototyping to banking enterprise architecture, from entry-level to CTO—I can state definitively that I have spent an inordinate amount of time dwelling on and dealing with security. And I know I’m not alone. This is a common theme. […]

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Don Macvittie

Encore Platform for Running Distributed Apps in the Cloud Arrives

1 month ago

Encore has made generally available a namesake backend development engine for rapidly building scalable distributed IT environments across multiple cloud platforms. Fresh off raising $3 million in seed funding, Encore CEO André Eriksson said the Encore platform analyzes source code to eliminate the need to manually configure, connect and set up portable cloud computing environments. […]

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Mike Vizard

Blast Radius of GitHub Breach Major Security Concern

1 month ago

The extent to which software supply chains may be compromised in the wake of a security breach disclosed by GitHub may include thousands of organizations. GitHub has revealed that unauthorized parties compromised OAuth user tokens maintained by Heroku, an arm of Salesforce that provides a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) environment, and Travis CI, a provider of a […]

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