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Google Makes Fuzz Testing Integration Tool Available

2 months 1 week ago

Google today made available a ClusterFuzzLite tool that makes it simpler to incorporate fuzz testing into a DevOps workflow. Fuzz testing refers to an automated software testing technique that involves providing invalid, unexpected or random data as inputs to an application to discover issues such as potential memory leaks. Jonathan Metzman, a senior software engineer […]

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Mike Vizard

Akamai Brings Web Application and API Security Together

2 months 1 week ago

Akamai Technologies, Inc. this week launched a service that consolidates the process of securing both web applications and application programming interfaces (APIs). Amol Mathur, vice president of product management and strategy for Akamai, said with the launch of App & API Protector the managed security services provider is making it easier for IT teams to […]

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Mike Vizard

Low-Code and the Rise of the Citizen Developer

2 months 1 week ago

Low-code technologies have become increasingly popular for helping businesses adapt to ever-changing environments quickly by allowing them to build, customize and deploy apps with little to no coding. At Low-Code/No-Code Virtual Summit, taking place on Nov. 18 at 9 a.m. ET, luminaries of leading organizations in the low-code community will share valuable insights on their […]

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Veronica Haggar

Understanding and Controlling Cloud Costs

2 months 1 week ago

The widescale migration to cloud and the embracement of cloud-native application architectures has been a blessing to developers and those responsible for deploying and maintaining modern applications. Container-based apps allow fast changes compared to monolithic apps. And cloud services let DevOps teams quickly launch instances and acquire resources for all stages of their work. The […]

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Louis Vistola

Data Theorem Adds Runtime Protection Enabled by Observability

2 months 1 week ago

Data Theorem, Inc. this week added an Active Protection offering to its portfolio of application security services that makes it possible for DevOps teams to embed observability and runtime defenses in their applications via a software development kit (SDK). The Data Theorem cloud services are based on Trustkit, an open source framework the company created […]

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Mike Vizard

4 Strategies to Manage Freelancers with In-House Dev Teams

2 months 1 week ago

Remote workers are a growing segment of the global workforce. Freelancers account for a big part of that segment, especially when development teams need to bring in specialized skillsets for upcoming projects. Working with freelancers offers many benefits, but there can also be challenges when integrating freelancers with in-house teams. Here are four strategies to […]

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Alexa Lemzy

Observability Matters. But Are You Observing the Right Things? 

2 months 1 week ago

It’s like clockwork. Every few months, a new buzzword descends on the tech industry, and soon it’s on everyone’s lips. Take your pick from the graveyard of buzzwords past: “Big data,” “internet of everything,” “hacktivism,” “gamification.” It’s not that these terms are meaningless—just that they go from relatively obscure to ubiquitous seemingly overnight. We can […]

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Nik Koutsoukos

Dynatrace Adds Security Gates to Advance DevSecOps Adoption

2 months 1 week ago

Dynatrace today added a security gates capability to its observability platform to make it easier to automatically embrace DevSecOps best practices within an application delivery pipeline. Steve Tack, senior vice president for product management at Dynatrace, said the security gates function much the same as the quality gates that Dynatrace previously added to that platform […]

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Mike Vizard

Allstacks Adds Free Dashboard to Track Software Dev Benchmarks

2 months 1 week ago

Value stream intelligence platform provider Allstacks today added a free live dashboard populated with anonymized data that DevOps teams can use to benchmark their own progress. Hersh Tapadia, Allstacks co-founder and CEO, said the company is making this data available to make it easier for DevOps teams to uncover bottlenecks in their software development processes. […]

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Mike Vizard

Grafana Labs Expands into Incident Management Realm

2 months 1 week ago

During its online ObservabilityCON 2021 conference, Grafana Labs this week previewed an incident management platform in addition to making available an on-premises edition of its distributed tracing tool. Tom Wilkie, vice president of product for Grafana Labs, said the Grafana OnCall incident management platform is a natural extension of the observability tools the company already […]

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Mike Vizard

Automated Refactoring with Moderne

2 months 1 week ago

Jonathan Schneider and Olga Kundzich are co-founders of Moderne, a Seattle-based startup. Moderne received $4.7 million in seed funding in July 2021 to commercialize OpenRewrite, an open source automated refactoring tool for code (initially Java) that Schneider started while at Netflix. Moderne’s technology reduces the tedium and time it takes for software remediation; a big […]

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Alan Shimel

The Need for Agile, Adaptable IT Infrastructure

2 months 1 week ago

Through the adoption of Agile concepts and new best practices such as automated testing, organizations can move beyond the innovation curve and bolster their IT infrastructure. In fact, the need to build agile and resilient IT infrastructure has become increasingly pertinent over the past 18 months.  From remote working and managing the diverse needs of […]

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Sachin Deshpande

How Dispersed Can We Be?

2 months 1 week ago

It is interesting to consider DevOps from the storage perspective. DevOps in general—and specifically newer development and deployment models—tried to pretend that long-term storage was not a necessary component of software delivery. In short, it appears that because there wasn’t a good answer to long-term state in stateless development models, the storage and databases that […]

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Don Macvittie

Neo4j Will Use Funds to Expand Managed Cloud Database

2 months 1 week ago

In July 2021, Neo4j announced a large round of fundraising—its largest to date. Philip Rathle talked with Alan Shimel about how the capital will be used to further Neo4j’s go-to-market strategy and what that means for DevOps professionals. The video of the conversation is below, followed by a transcript.   Announcer: This is Digital Anarchist. […]

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Alan Shimel

Debunking 6 Stubborn Public Cloud Myths

2 months 1 week ago

A lot of enterprises migrate to the public cloud because they see everyone else doing it. And while you should stay up on the latest and greatest innovations—which often happen in the cloud—you need to be aware of the realities and understand different migration strategies. You need to know why you’re moving to the cloud. […]

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James Roe

Developer Familiarity is Key to Digital Success

2 months 1 week ago

For some time, the goal of digital transformation was to replace legacy systems. It became a battle between all that was new and shiny and that which was old, outdated and “had to go.” However, this philosophy has since shifted as companies realized two crucial facts. First, legacy systems are often too important to be […]

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Chris Harris

Digital CxOs Have a Home, as Digital CxO Joins the Techstrong Group Family

2 months 1 week ago

Hello, and welcome to the launch of Digital CxO, the premier destination site and community dedicated to fostering collaboration among business and IT leaders driving digital transformation initiatives. As part of Techstrong Group, which also includes DevOps.com, Container Journal, DevOps Institute, Security Boulevard, Techstrong TV and the newly formed TechStrong Research Group, Digital CxO creates […]

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