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Cortex Expands Microservices Catalog to Improve Collaboration

2 months ago

Cortex, a provider of a catalog for tracking the ownership of microservices, today announced it has added a service creation capability that enables developers to use templates to scaffold new services in five minutes. In addition, the company has added a Cortex Teams offering that improves collaboration across teams of developers working on interdependent microservices. […]

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Mike Vizard

Are You Feeling the Hiring Crunch?

2 months ago

After years of experience, we can now definitively say one thing about information technology: There is always a hiring crunch, and it will always be better soon. I first noticed this trend in InfoSec years ago. Everyone was short-staffed and looking for available candidates. Everyone wrote their recruitment text like there was no shortage and […]

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Don Macvittie

Managing GraphQL at Scale

2 months ago

GraphQL, the query language invented by Facebook, has attracted a lot of interest as a means to conveniently access data programmatically. GraphQL structures internal services with a unified schema for data, empowering product engineers to easily grab what they want from many microservices to populate the user interfaces (UIs) they’re creating. By unifying company data […]

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Bill Doerrfeld

LogicMonitor Introduces Unlimited Log Data Retention

2 months ago

LogicMonitor today announced it will provide an option that allows IT organizations to retain an unlimited amount of log data on its software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform. Tej Redkar, chief product officer at LogicMonitor, said one of the issues that is holding back advances in observability is the cost of storing log data. LogicMonitor has decided to […]

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Mike Vizard

Finalists Named in Techstrong Group’s DevOps Dozen² Awards 2021

2 months ago

Techstrong Group has unveiled the list of finalists for the DevOps Dozen² Awards 2021 and has officially opened public voting to determine the winners in each of the 24 award categories. Boca Raton, Fla.—November 17, 2021—Techstrong Group, the power source for people and technology, has announced the finalists for the 24 categories in the seventh […]

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Veronica Haggar

DevOps Dozen² 2021 Finalists Announced

2 months ago

Today, we are delighted to announce the finalists of the DevOps Dozen² Awards 2021, celebrating the greatest innovators and their achievements in the DevOps space. Despite the many challenges of the past year, these individuals and companies have taken an active role in the DevOps community, demonstrating their leadership and commitment to the improvement of […]

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Alan Shimel

4 Keys to Developing Ethical AI

2 months ago

Companies continue to grapple with how to use artificial intelligence (AI) technology in a way that doesn’t compromise privacy and that takes into account other key ethical considerations. It is undeniable that AI is one of the fastest-growing categories today. But if we are unable to build tools that live up to high ethical standards, […]

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Sagar Shah

Mastering the Shared Responsibility Model

2 months ago

It’s no secret that cloud-native application development is growing exponentially, with Agile development, IaaS and PaaS from providers like Amazon, Microsoft and Google, enabling innovation at a pace that is challenging for security to keep up with.  A global pandemic and the resulting remote work mandates have only accelerated this movement. And with this change […]

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Yonatan Eldar

Plutora Enhances VSM Platform with Release Insights

2 months ago

Plutora has enhanced its value stream management (VSM) platform to provide dashboards that enable DevOps teams to better optimize application delivery. Jeff Keyes, vice president of product marketing and strategy for Plutora, said dashboards added to the platform will make it possible for application release managers to leverage predictive analytics to manage application delivery in […]

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Mike Vizard

Nobl9 Adds Hydrogen Platform to Surface Technical Debt Issues

2 months ago

Nobl9 today unveiled a Hydrogen platform that makes it simpler for DevOps teams to identify technical debt issues as they manage service level objectives (SLOs) as code. Hydrogen enables DevOps teams to define SLOs using a simple wizard or by embedding code within their application as part of a DevOps workflow. That code is then […]

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Mike Vizard

Stopping Mobile Fraud With Automation and DevSecOps

2 months ago

Mobile fraud is a multibillion-dollar problem that’s only getting worse. One study showed that mobile click fraud alone rose 64% during the first few months of the COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, during the pandemic, about one in five mobile ad clicks were fraudulent. And that’s just one form of mobile fraud. Weaponized botnets, mobile malware, […]

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Tom Tovar

Building on Terraform: Evolution, not Revolution

2 months ago

Terraform is widely adopted among both enterprises and service providers who embrace infrastructure-as-code (IaC) as their model for infrastructure provisioning automation in DevOps environments. And while the technology has limitations, innovations seeking to unseat Terraform are highly fragmented and have seen tepid adoption. This points to a market that’s settling on a de-facto standard, so […]

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Nati Shalom

Era Software Adds SaaS Edition of Log Management Platform

2 months ago

Era Software has unfurled a software-as-a-service (SaaS) edition of its platform for collecting and managing log data that is based on a time-series database it built. At the same time, the company has revamped the user interface of the underlying EraSearch log management platform that IT teams can deploy themselves to make it simpler to […]

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Mike Vizard

Successful Software Development in a Hybrid Environment

2 months ago

The desire to work from home or from anywhere has only increased as the COVID-19 pandemic lingers. Employees cite a number of reasons why they prefer to skip the office, including cutting commuting times, being more productive, caring for family members and exploring new locations. People are increasingly comfortable with remote interactions and the new […]

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Juan Hoyos

What Developers Need to Know About Edge Computing

2 months ago

More and more companies are living “on the edge” as they move from “I’ll think about edge computing” to “I don’t think our business can optimally grow and compete without edge computing.” Developers will play a key role in helping organizations use the edge, but their effectiveness will depend on having edge-aligned processes, products and […]

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Frank Zdarsky

Enabling Developers with Infrastructure Automation

2 months ago

Enabling developers with infrastructure automation Being first to market with new and improved applications and services is how successful organizations grow and differentiate business offerings.  Continuous software delivery means everything is fluid and constantly changed to enable the speed and agility required to ensure applications deliver on increasingly higher consumer satisfaction expectations. Everything released and […]

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Louis Vistola

Building and Leading Product Teams in Uncertain Times

2 months ago

The world seems to be changing faster than ever, and there’s no reason to believe it will slow down anytime soon. The pandemic has compounded this sense of constant flux, with customer priorities shifting overnight. Against this backdrop, product teams need to constantly evolve their development work without losing focus or feeling they need to […]

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Sumeet Arora

Prioritizing Scalability, Reliability and Security in Engineering

2 months ago

As digital products and services are more deeply embedded in critical industries and infrastructure and the implications of problems grow in scope, engineering organizations are renewing their focus on building platforms that are scalable, reliable and secure. More importantly, they are recognizing that this isn’t the responsibility of an SRE or CSO, it’s an ethos […]

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