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But What About When You Fail?

2 months ago

One thing Agile and DevOps definitely brought IT was a more accepting view of the whole “mistakes happen” mantra. Crashing systems is no longer a guarantee of a free ticket out the door. Indeed, off the top of my head, I can think of at least two cases where a CIO themselves checked in sloppy […]

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Don Macvittie

Global Next-Generation Software Engineering Conference

2 months ago

GNGSEC sounds the clarion call for software engineering change! The pandemic made 2020 the year where we see some of this decade’s most exciting digital technologies become commercially viable, and others finally go mainstream. Software is the core of digital transformation. In the digital era, the methods by which we produce software also need to […]

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Best Practices for Codeless Test Automation

2 months ago

Low-code and no-code development platforms have revolutionized how companies think about application development. The same can be said for software for quality assurance (QA), where codeless test automation solutions handle the burden of coding for organizations that can’t allocate extra programming resources or keep up with extensive writing and maintenance of automated tests. Codeless test […]

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Rob Mason

ReleaseIQ Adds Orchestration Tool for Multiple Instances of Jenkins

2 months ago

ReleaseIQ has launched an orchestration framework for the open source continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) environment that makes it possible for DevOps teams to orchestrate pipelines across multiple instances of Jenkins. Seetharam Param, ReleaseIQ CEO, said ReleaseIQ Essentials for Jenkins is an implementation of an existing orchestration platform that enables DevOps teams to orchestrate pipelines across […]

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Mike Vizard

Tips for a Successful DevSecOps Life Cycle

2 months ago

A DevOps implementation, if done correctly, can do wonders for any organization that’s on the hunt for efficiency, productivity and speed. As per the 2020 survey conducted by Atlassian, 99% of survey respondents said that DevOps has had a positive impact on their organization. However, it won’t do any good if security isn’t prioritized while […]

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Deepak Gupta

The Role of APIs in Mainframe Modernization

2 months ago

Mainframes are historically clunky systems. They are incredibly secure and can process impressive calculations, yet they are complex to manage and challenging to extract data from. This reality is at odds with modern cloud-native infrastructure, which emphasizes distributed computing and portable microservices. So, how can existing mainframes adapt to this connected, data-driven economy? I recently […]

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Bill Doerrfeld

Perforce Melds Artifact Package Manager with Version Control Platform

2 months 1 week ago

Perforce Software has added a universal package manager, dubbed Helix Artifacts, to its portfolio that enables users of its Helix Core version control platform to store and track source code. Gerhard Krüger, product manager for Helix Core digital asset management at Perforce Software, said the goal is to enable DevOps teams that employ Helix Core […]

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Mike Vizard

Why an Embedded Analytics Maturity Framework is Essential

2 months 1 week ago

Contextual analytics, or embedding analytics directly into a business application’s transactional environment and core workflows, is the most sophisticated stage of business intelligence (BI) currently available to organizations today. It is one level ahead of the traditional integration of analytics, which is a standalone capability presented as a separate dashboard or reporting module. Today, there […]

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Glen Rabie

4 Tips To Plug The Cloud IT Skills Gap

2 months 1 week ago

Technical talent is few and far between. The programming world faces a developer shortage, and with this shortage comes a lack of cloud know-how. By now, most organizations have become multi-cloud, yet 86% of IT professionals believe a lack of these skills will slow down cloud projects. As more teams transition from older architectures to […]

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Bill Doerrfeld

Sumo Logic Extends Observability Scope and Reach

2 months 1 week ago

During the online Illuminate user conference, Sumo Logic revealed how it is integrating capabilities it gained with the June 2021 acquisition of Sensu, a provider of open source monitoring tools, with its continuous intelligence platform in addition to adding support for data collected via open source OpenTelemetry software. Sensu Go, a set of tools for […]

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Mike Vizard

CloudBees Acquires Neuralprints to Shift Compliance Left

2 months 1 week ago

At the online DevOps World 2021 conference today, CloudBees revealed it has acquired Neuralprints to provide the core technology for CloudBees Compliance, a real-time compliance and risk analysis platform that it will roll out in the first quarter of 2022. At the same time, CloudBees has enhanced the feature management capabilities of its namesake continuous […]

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Mike Vizard

Red Hat Extends Scope of Ansible Automation Ambitions

2 months 1 week ago

During the online Ansiblefest, Red Hat announced the availability of a preview edition of Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform 2 that is intended to make it easier to automate IT processes at scale. Richard Henshall, senior manager for Ansible product management at Red Hat, said previously most IT teams have been automating individual processes, but […]

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Mike Vizard

The New(ish) Complexity

2 months 1 week ago

The API economy and microservices architectures, led by Agile and DevOps, have introduced a massive amount of hidden complexity. I call it hidden complexity because we have a tendency in IT to focus on the problems in front of us, resolve them, then focus on the new problem in front of us. This leaves technical […]

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Don Macvittie

THE UPSKILLING IT 2022 SURVEY IS NOW OPEN

2 months 1 week ago

IT SKILLS IN FOCUS By Eveline Oehrlich, DevOps Institute According to McKinsey, nine out of 10 global executives and leaders are saying that their organizations are facing a skill gap or expect to develop additional skill gaps in the next three to five years. During the past few years, IT organizations, in particular, have already […]

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Eveline Oehrlich

IDC Tech Spotlight: Making Open Source Work for You

2 months 1 week ago

Starting from remarkably humble beginnings over three decades ago, open source software is the story of a better mousetrap that wins over the world. Originally, the intent of open source projects was to create software that system administrators and developers could use without having to pay licensing fees – but it has become much, much […]

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Coreen Wilson

Secure Coding Adventure Park Virtual Summit: Wilder, Faster and More Visionary Than Ever

2 months 1 week ago

DevSecOps helps secure code from the start of production, rather than patching and debugging it at a later stage. It brings development, operations and security teams together so they can release secure software faster. At Secure Coding Adventure Park Virtual Summit, taking place on September 29, industry-leading AppSec and DevSecOps practitioners, analysts and visionaries will […]

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Veronica Haggar

Transform Mobile DevOps into Mobile DevSecOps

2 months 1 week ago

Mobile developers are mostly focused on adding new features and functionality to their apps. Security features—such as RASP protection, obfuscation, encryption, jailbreak/root prevention and MiTM prevention—are usually addressed at the end of the development cycle if they are addressed at all. Unfortunately, most apps ship with significant vulnerabilities. One internal app test showed that most […]

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