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Dynatrace Advances Application Environments as Code

3 months 1 week ago

Dynatrace, at its online Perform 2022 event, launched a bevy of updates to its portfolio that make it easier for DevOps teams to programmatically embed observability and other software intelligence capabilities within applications. At the same time, Dynatrace also revealed that it has extended the reach of its observability platform to now include all the […]

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Mike Vizard

Irreconcilable Differences: DevOps Grapples With Issues

3 months 1 week ago

DevOps issues can be a thorny subject. The coming together in harmony of Dev (developer) and Ops (operations) represents an arranged marriage of sorts that, for some, will never have a ‘happily ever after’ ending as both parties ultimately grapple with irreconcilable differences. But despite the naysayers, the very existence of DevOps as a portmanteau […]

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Matthew Clemente

How DORA Metrics Can Measure and Improve Performance

3 months 1 week ago

A technology company’s most valuable assets are its people and data, especially data about the organization itself. By knowing what data to track over time, engineering leaders can measure how efficiently their DevOps teams are operating and enable them to maximize their value stream to deliver the best possible product to end users. After years […]

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Ganesh Datta

Kong Enterprise 2.7 Simplifies API Management

3 months 1 week ago

Kong Inc. this week advanced its service connectivity platform strategy with an update to Kong Enterprise that makes it simpler to collectively manage groups of application programming interfaces (APIs). Michael Heap, director of developer experience for Kong, Inc., said that capability will make it simpler to, for example, assign rate limits to different tiers of […]

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Mike Vizard

Elevating Agile With Financial Discipline

3 months 1 week ago

A corporate axiom is changing, shifting from “Big eats small” to “Fast eats slow.” But change doesn’t happen overnight. While Agile and lean methods continue to chip away at the status quo, making gains and increasingly moving beyond pockets of teams to the portfolio and then enterprise-wide adoption levels, waterfall approaches to delivery persist. Rumors […]

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Andrey Mihailenko

Techstrong Research DevOps Radar Report 2022

3 months 1 week ago

You can’t control the pace of change; instead, consider that we are in a process of reinvention—both with regard to the way organizations use technology and how vendors position their offerings. At the same time, it’s never been more important for IT organizations to have complete visibility into the way technology is used from both […]

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Dan Kirsch

3 Technologies Driving Business Sustainability

3 months 1 week ago

The pandemic highlighted many things, not least of which was the shift in consumer behavior toward further encouraging companies to change their operations and act with sustainability in mind. An overwhelming 96% of businesses said the pandemic shifted their focus to the social component of environmental, social and governance (ESG) strategies. Technology has been a key […]

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Rick Veague

Day in the Life of a Site Reliability Engineer (SRE)

3 months 1 week ago

By now, most of us are familiar with the concept of site reliability engineering (SRE). The term was originally coined by Google and SRE has been gaining traction in recent years as a role dedicated to increasing the resilience of digital ecosystems. To accomplish this, a big part of the SRE doctrine is “automating your […]

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Bill Doerrfeld

A New Language for Digital Transformation

3 months 1 week ago

Charlene O’Hanlon and Rich Nanda discuss a new Deloitte study, “A New Language for Digital Transformation,” which explores why so many transformations fail to deliver concrete impact. The video is below followed by a complete transcript of the conversation.   Announcer: This is Digital Anarchist. Charlene O’Hanlon: Welcome back to Techstrong TV. I’m Charlene O’Hanlon […]

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Charlene O'Hanlon

The Evolution of Incident Management

3 months 1 week ago

Have you ever thought about the history of incident management? If you’re an SRE, you might be so caught up in the day-to-day work of managing reliability and responding to incidents that you never take time to step back and reflect on the evolution of your role and your responsibilities. And that’s a shame because […]

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JJ Tang

How Stream Processing Goes Beyond Real-Time

3 months 1 week ago

How fast is real-time? According to Robert Miller’s 1968 seminal study on human-computer interaction, we perceive a response time of 100 milliseconds or less as instantaneous. This is much quicker than the average human reaction time, which one online test clocks at 273 milliseconds. Nowadays, customer-facing applications need to respond in as close to real-time […]

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Bill Doerrfeld

Codenotary Launches Cloud Service to Generate SBOMs

3 months 1 week ago

Codenotary has launched a Codenotary Cloud platform that can automatically generate a software bill of materials (SBOM) and make it easier to discover what components have been included in an application. Moshe Bar, Codenotary CEO, said that capability can also play a key role in identifying which components in an application might contain, for example, […]

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Mike Vizard

Why Developer-First is the Future of AppSec

3 months 2 weeks ago

DevOps culture and rapid cloud adoption mean developers are shipping code faster than ever and, in many cases, security teams struggle to keep up. To avoid relegating security to afterthought status, organizations must shift left and adopt a developer-first approach to application security (AppSec). Organizations that depend on software development need a solution that accomplishes […]

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Harshil Parikh

4 Ways to Uplevel Your Software Engineering Team in 2022

3 months 2 weeks ago

In my 20 years leading software development teams, I’ve witnessed the industry’s continuous growth alongside technology’s evolution. As we enter 2022, the only thing we know for certain is that the industry will continue to change and winning businesses will be those that build with change in mind, backed by effective, fast-moving software teams. This […]

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Rob Zuber

WhiteSource Tightens Code Scanning Tool Integration with Azure DevOps

3 months 2 weeks ago

WhiteSource has added the Microsoft Azure DevOps platform to the list of continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) platforms its open source vulnerability scanning tools natively supports. Susan St. Clair, director of product management for WhiteSource, said while developers are always encouraged to scan for vulnerabilities, it’s more effective if organizations implement scanning by default every time […]

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Mike Vizard

Heterogeneous Hardware Needs Universal Software

3 months 2 weeks ago

As hardware advances and diversifies, we’re entering what many see as a new golden age of computer architecture. However, the idea of an ever-expanding hardware landscape can be daunting for software developers, because while hardware diversity is wonderful for price and innovation, it can lead to spiraling software complexity on the back end. So many […]

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