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Closing the Education Gap for IoT Developers

2 weeks 1 day ago

The most common thing I hear from developers who are building internet of things (IoT) solutions is: It isn’t easy. And it’s not. Not because of a lack of skill—the developers I interact with are incredibly talented. There’s also no shortage of technologies to choose from for deploying an IoT solution. The challenge often comes […]

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Steve Hegenderfer

Does Shift Left Matter to SREs?

2 weeks 1 day ago

If you’re a software engineer, you’ve likely heard all about shift left, a practice that can streamline certain aspects of software development. But shift left isn’t just for developers. It can be equally valuable for site reliability engineers (SREs). Although the main mission of SREs is ensuring the reliability of software after it has been […]

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JJ Tang

Snyk Extends Tools Portfolio to Drive DevSecOps Adoption

2 weeks 3 days ago

During its online SnykCon 2021 conference this week, Snyk extended Snyk Code, a static application security testing (SAST) tool that already supports the Java, JavaScript and Python programming languages to include support for C#, Ruby, PHP and Go. At the same time, Snyk Open Source, a platform for remediating open source vulnerabilities, has been extended […]

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Mike Vizard

Microservices Adoption and the Software Supply Chain

2 weeks 4 days ago

Software development is undergoing industrialization, with more and more software rapidly assembled out of components and an emphasis on building automation around software validation and release processes. Modern cloud-native software is no longer a monolithic application living in a single repo with the majority of its dependencies self-contained. It is integrated from third-party components provided […]

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Jonathan Schneider

BMC Acquires StreamWeaver to Advance AIOps Strategy

2 weeks 4 days ago

BMC has acquired StreamWeaver, a provider of a platform that makes it simpler to capture streaming data in real-time, as part of an effort to extend the BMC Helix IT operations platform infused with artificial intelligence (AIOps). Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Margaret Lee, general manager and senior vice president for digital […]

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Mike Vizard

Verica Launches Database for Sharing IT Incident Reports

2 weeks 4 days ago

Verica, a provider of an incident management platform, announced this week it is making available a database to make incident reports publicly available via a single repository. Courtney Nash, senior research analyst at Verica, said the Verica Open Incident Database (VOID) initiative is part of an effort to enable organizations to learn from outages and […]

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Mike Vizard

Perforce Charts Testing Course After BlazeMeter Acquisition

2 weeks 5 days ago

Perforce Software has acquired BlazeMeter from Broadcom as part of an effort to extend the scope of its testing tools beyond the Perfecto tools for testing mobile and web applications it acquired in 2018. Broadcom gained control over BlazeMeter after it acquired CA Technologies in 2018. CA Technologies acquired BlazeMeter in 2016. Terms of the […]

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Mike Vizard

How to Pivot and Join Time-Series Data in Flux

2 weeks 5 days ago

Merging multiple time-series in InfluxDB using Flux may seem like a daunting task. This in-depth Flux tutorial will explain how to pivot, time shift and join time series in InfluxDB. In this InfluxDB tutorial, we will show you how to create an accurate overview of multiple time series with industrial data captured in consecutive production […]

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Jeroen Lavens

4 Container Orchestration Security Concerns

2 weeks 5 days ago

Container orchestration is a must-have technical skill, according to 51% of respondents to the 2021 Upskilling survey from DevOps Institute. So, it’s no surprise, then, that container technology is becoming increasingly popular. However, container environments are far more complex and dynamic than other infrastructure, making container security essential. Security ensures containers are running as intended, […]

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Jayne Groll

Welcome to Techstrong Group

2 weeks 6 days ago

Today is a big day in the neighborhood. What neighborhood, you ask? If you are involved in DevOps, cloud-native, cybersecurity or digital transformation, you are in that neighborhood. Today we launch Techstrong Group. Techstrong Group is a combination of all the companies I have been involved in within this neighborhood. It represents the greatest breadth […]

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Alan Shimel

Are ERP-Centric Enterprises Being Left Behind?

2 weeks 6 days ago

Many large enterprise companies are rife with departments that depend on customized ERP software applications. These systems accommodate vital business tasks ranging from inventory management to ordering capabilities to accounting programs to CRM platforms—all of which were custom-built to fit the enterprise’s specific needs and meet the KPIs of each unique organization. These applications tend […]

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Vaidya Aiyer

But What About When You Fail?

2 weeks 6 days 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

3 weeks 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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DevOps.com

Best Practices for Codeless Test Automation

3 weeks 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

3 weeks 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

3 weeks 1 day 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

3 weeks 1 day 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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