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The Eclipse Foundation in collaboration with the OpenAtom Foundation today launched the Oniro project and working group to create an independent implementation of OpenHarmony, an open source operating system. Created by the OpenAtom Foundation, the OpenHarmony operating system is based on a HarmonyOS originally created by Huawei. It is designed to support multiple kernels but […]
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9 hours 59 minutes ago
History has been marked by opaque and totalitarian power systems. Aided by prisons and walls that keep out the light. The concentration of power in the hands of a few individuals has marked human evolution. From feudalism to fascism, the annulment of the rights of individuals has been based on obscurantism and ignorance. Information has […]
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10 hours 29 minutes ago
Technical debt is a nightmare for product managers. It can slow down teams and inhibit response time for delivering quality products to market. Yet, there are times when technical debt can be beneficial; but turning it from a headache to a positive is a balancing act. Nimble project managers and developers should strive to develop […]
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1 day ago
New Relic and Mona, a provider of a platform for monitoring the models used to provide artificial intelligence (AI), announced today they have formed an alliance to help bridge the divide between DevOps teams and data scientists. Most data science teams today build models based on machine learning algorithms using operations platforms that enable them […]
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1 day 9 hours ago
In the world of reliability engineering, you’ll frequently encounter the three “-ability” words: Availability, maintainability and reliability. They sound similar and have similar meanings. In fact, these words may seem so similar that it can be tempting to use them interchangeably. That would be a mistake. Availability, maintainability and reliability all have distinct—if related—meanings, and […]
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1 day 10 hours ago
Serverless applications are growing in popularity among DevOps engineers. They provide a convenient, predictable way to run simple processes like CI/CD builds or automation scripts with no need to stand up infrastructure. They are also commonly used to deploy microservices. However, serverless applications present unique security challenges, one of them being authentication. How can you […]
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Gilad David Maayan
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For too long, IT has been largely isolated from an organization’s core business. Any division between IT and lines-of-business (LOB) is even more detrimental when speed is not just a competitive advantage but an existential necessity in today’s accelerating digital economy. As business leaders streamline and turbocharge every facet of their operations, savvy organizations are […]
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4 days 10 hours ago
Cloud implementations continue to grow in scope and complexity. Too often, this expansion also means costs keep spiraling out of control. In this article, we’ll examine why the emerging practice of cloud financial management (FinOps) is so essential to containing costs in the cloud. We’ll then discuss the challenges teams encounter as they start to […]
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4 days 22 hours ago
New Relic today revealed it has acquired CodeStream as part of an effort to make observability data more accessible to developers. Buddy Brewer, group vice president (GVP) and GM at New Relic said New Relic CodeStream makes application telemetry data collected via the New Relic One platform directly available within an integrated development environment (IDE), […]
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5 days 9 hours ago
Much like many other business sectors, the banking industry has had to accelerate their digital transformation efforts as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Today’s retail banking industry is a far cry from where it was even just five years ago. Consumers no longer have to physically appear in their bank to process payments or […]
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5 days 10 hours ago
Blockchain-based applications are growing in popularity and underscore the decentralized Web3 movement. Simultaneously, web APIs are helping port data and reusable functionality across application types and are driving microservices development practices. So, how do we bring these two paradigms together? There are many cases where a blockchain-based smart contract may require data updates that only […]
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A survey of 750 IT and engineering leaders found that while a full 83% of respondents agree that interdepartmental communication is critical for successful software development, only 41% of respondents view cross-collaboration to be a priority. The survey gathered responses from within organizations that generated more than $50 million in annual revenue and was conducted […]
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5 days 23 hours ago
During an online HashiConf Global conference, HashiCorp today made available a beta of an update to its open source Consul service mesh for virtual machines and Kubernetes clusters that makes it possible for multiple administrators to share the same instance of a multitenant service mesh. Version 1.11 of Consul will also add support for a […]
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6 days 3 hours ago
Pulumi this week added a public registry to its portfolio that makes it easier to discover packages that have been created using its tools to manage infrastructure-as-code (IaC). Joe Duffy, Pulumi CEO, said the Pulumi Registry will make it simpler for DevOps teams to share and reuse IaC tools that have been vetted versus always […]
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6 days 9 hours ago
Thousands of SREs, on-call engineers and DevOps pros all over the world dread nothing more than the late-night incident alert. The pager buzzing at 2:00 a.m. can cause panic for SREs and leave IT and DevOps teams with quite a mess to contain. But incident response doesn’t have to cause panic if you have the […]
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6 days 10 hours ago
Every once in a while, a trend becomes broad enough that I feel the need to offer career advice. This year it will be simple: Know enough about AI/ML to be dangerous. We are past the point where not having at least a basic understanding is a good idea. Looking around the data center, AI […]
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1 week ago
During its online .conf21 conference Splunk Inc. today revealed a bevy of updates that advance observability while at the same time reducing the total cost of deploying its platforms. As part of that effort, Splunk also announced it will now make workload-based pricing available to all customers. Previously, a select number of small customers had […]
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1 week ago
Software development has changed dramatically in recent years, as technologies like DevOps, application containers, and cloud-native transform how software is built and distributed. Unfortunately, attackers have been paying close attention to these changes, and have retooled their attack strategies to take advantage of relatively weak security controls in software development and build environments. Attackers recognize […]
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