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WhiteSource Report Finds NPM Vulnerabilities Fixed Fast

1 month 2 weeks ago

WhiteSource today published a report that found most of the vulnerabilities that affect node package managers (NPMs), widely employed to deploy JavaScript applications, are addressed long before they are assigned a Common Vulnerabilities and Exposure (CVE) in the National Vulnerability Database (NVD). The report, based on an analysis of the vulnerabilities that WhiteSource tracks in […]

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Mike Vizard

FinConDX: Leveraging DevOps in FinTech

1 month 2 weeks ago

The FinTech industry has experienced remarkable growth during the last couple of years as consumers increasingly turn to online shopping and contactless payments. Financial services organizations are adopting DevOps practices to enable faster software releases, improve quality and fulfill customer expectations. On Dec. 9, financial services and tech leaders will come together at FinConDX Virtual […]

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Veronica Haggar

A Pro Football Approach to Agile Vs. DevOps

1 month 2 weeks ago

Enterprises and professional football teams have a lot in common. The pressures of being more agile, more resilient while ensuring performance is felt both on and off the field. For CIOs, surviving and thriving requires a serious focus on operations tied to business mandates and growth. I am frequently asked questions around infrastructure and operations […]

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Rich Lane

Digital Transformation Driving VSM Adoption

1 month 3 weeks ago

The number of organizations using value stream management (VSM) to bridge the divide between DevOps and the rest of the business is expected to dramatically increase over the next two years. The shift is due, in part, to investments in digital business transformation initiatives. A survey of more than 500 executives, IT and business leaders […]

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Mike Vizard

Some Change is Bad

1 month 3 weeks ago

Some time toward the end of the year, I start considering the volume of change we, as practitioners, have been under for … literally years, even decades. And I start to try and think of ways to keep you all from drowning in change. And then I write something that I hope helps you all […]

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Don Macvittie

WhiteSource Adds SBOM Tool That Lists Vulnerabilities

1 month 3 weeks ago

WhiteSource has added a software bill of materials (SBOM) tool to its portfolio that, in addition to capturing the components of an application, also surfaces vulnerabilities that should be addressed. Many organizations are becoming more rigorous about making sure SBOM are attached to every software development initiative in the wake of an executive order issued […]

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Mike Vizard

ServiceNow Acquires DotWalk to Gain AI for App Testing

1 month 3 weeks ago

ServiceNow today revealed it has acquired DotWalk to gain an artificial intelligence (AI)-infused application testing capability that runs natively on its software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform. Joe Davis, senior vice president for platform engineering at ServiceNow, said that testing capability will be made available free of charge to all organizations that build custom applications on the company’s […]

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Mike Vizard

DevOps Teams Struggling to Keep Secrets

1 month 3 weeks ago

A growing number of organizations are suffering security incidents related to exposed secrets in DevOps CI/CD pipelines, according to a recent ThycoticCentrify report. The study paints a troubling picture: Only 5% of survey respondents said most of their development teams use the same secrets management processes and tools. The incidents run the gamut, from secrets […]

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Nathan Eddy

Logz.io Extends Open Source Observability Platform

1 month 3 weeks ago

Logz.io has enhanced its observability platform to include both unified dashboards and support for distributed tracing to monitor service performance enabled by the open source Jaeger agent software being advanced under the auspices of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). At the same time, Logz.io is making available a preview of an anomaly detection capability […]

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Mike Vizard

Top 10 DevOps Things to Be Thankful for in 2021

1 month 3 weeks ago

Thanksgiving has been observed in the U.S. since 1861 and was officially designated as an official holiday in 1863 by president Lincoln. Of course, the tradition itself traces its lineage to the early days of the Pilgrims. This past year, of course, has been one of recovery from a pandemic that caused the deaths of […]

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Mike Vizard

Ensuring Network Connectivity With SD-WAN and AIOps

1 month 3 weeks ago

Recently, Facebook experienced an outage. If companies relied on that app to do business, their IT teams were likely swamped with end-user complaint calls.  How would teams traditionally respond? They’d dive deep into the rabbit hole, analyzing issues on a case-by-case basis, asking countless questions, including:  Could there be a problem with the enterprise network? […]

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Abe Ankumah

Rethinking Programmer Education for Today’s Coders

1 month 4 weeks ago

The proliferation of low-code and no-code applications are changing the landscape for software. In the past decade, growth in these areas has empowered employees to generate solutions at the speed of a digital world, regardless of their technical background. This raises several questions: What kind of programmers do businesses really need? Should they still rely […]

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Mike Loukides

How to Build Healthy Engineering Teams

1 month 4 weeks ago

A common challenge today for engineering teams is the increasing complexity of their jobs and figuring out how to make it both productive and enjoyable without burning out. Over the last 10 years, the role of a software engineer has evolved drastically. Software continues to reach unprecedented scale, it is becoming more complex and customer […]

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Ravs Kaur

SAP Extends Developer Tool Portfolio

2 months ago

At an online SAP TechEd conference this week, SAP announced it has added additional low-code/no-code tools to the SAP Business Technology Platform (BTP) to enable both professional and citizen developers to build applications that invoke application services provided via the company’s cloud platform. The effort to increase the number of custom applications invoking those services […]

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Mike Vizard

Netlify Acquires OneGraph to Integrate GraphQL APIs

2 months ago

Netlify this week announced it has acquired OneGraph, a provider of a platform that simplifies the integration and management of application programming interfaces (APIs) based on the GraphQL query language. At the same time, the company is committing $1 million to sponsor open source projects and setting aside $10 million for a Netlify Jamstack Innovation […]

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Mike Vizard

Kyndryl Aligns with Microsoft in the Cloud

2 months ago

Following its spinout from IBM, Kyndryl has allied with Microsoft to increase the scope of IT services it provides on the Azure public cloud. Stephen Leonard, leader of global alliances and partnerships for Kyndryl, said that as part of this initiative, Kyndryl will be expanding the scope of the services it provides to both organizations […]

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