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3 Pillars of Autonomous IT Ops

1 month 2 weeks ago

Imagine a future where human IT operators and intelligent systems work together in a virtual operations room; the systems do the heavy lifting while the humans supervise. This may seem like science fiction, but the truth is we are already on the way to that future with AIOps. While actual AI-augmented teams are still quite […]

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Shai Israel

3 Building Blocks for Enterprise Digital Transformation

1 month 2 weeks ago

DevOps has gone from a new idea to a buzzword in every boardroom over the last decade. With society increasing its reliance on digitization and pushing their preferences for speed and convenience, enterprises of all types have had to change their business culture to help their teams to work together with greater speed and autonomy. […]

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Simon Haighton-Williams

Google Donates Sqlcommenter to OpenTelemetry Project

1 month 2 weeks ago

Google announced today that Sqlcommenter, an open source project that provides access to an object-relational mapping (ORM) auto-instrumentation library, is being merged with OpenTelemetry, an open source project for building agent software to instrument applications. Nimesh Bhagat, a product manager for Google, said Sqlcommenter is designed to make it simpler to correlate application and database […]

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Mike Vizard

Do’s and Don’ts of Phased Rollouts Software Delivery

1 month 2 weeks ago

When it comes to app stability and user experience, the “move fast and break things” approach is a recipe for disaster. To protect brand reputation and to stay ahead of evolving needs and customer expectations, leading Silicon Valley companies’ software engineering teams have adopted phased rollouts, a software development method that involves the gradual implementation […]

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James Smith

Driving E-Commerce Transformation with Microservices

1 month 2 weeks ago

It’s no surprise that COVID-19 has accelerated digital transformation, but just how fast these changes have occurred is incredible. According to recent research, companies have accelerated their share of digital or digitally enabled products by up to seven years. These changes are impacting every sector in every region around the world, but they are being […]

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Andy Sen

Looking to the Future: What’s in Store for DevOps World 2021

1 month 2 weeks ago

Here in the U.S., when our calendars turn to September we know that some exciting things are about to happen. Trees change up their wardrobe. Pumpkin spice lattes warm the fingers and hearts of the masses. And the world’s premier DevOps conference opens its doors to thousands of enthusiasts. Yes, it’s that time of year. […]

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Kristin Baskett

Accelerating Software Testing

1 month 2 weeks ago

Yves Junqueira is the CEO of YourBase, a software testing accelerator for large codebases. He talks with Alan Shimel about the company, accelerating software testing and the impact on developer productivity. The video is below, followed by a transcript of the conversation. Alan Shimel: Hey, everyone. Thanks for joining us here on another segment for […]

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Alan Shimel

4 Ways to Simplify Cloud Performance Monitoring

1 month 2 weeks ago

Over the past 18 months, technologists across the globe have played a crucial role in the survival of brands and organizations via digital strategies. Across all industries, their skill and dedication have enabled businesses to rapidly launch innovative new digital services to meet huge fluctuations in customer needs and allow entire workforces to operate from […]

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Joe Byrne

How Does That Stack Up?

1 month 2 weeks ago

There’s an entire class of successful innovations made up of things that people didn’t realize they needed. Things that were an obstacle they found a way around and didn’t think about until the innovation showed them an easier way. Think of things like virtualization (hardware was the bottleneck, but “That’s just the way it is,” […]

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Don Macvittie

Progress Expands Chef Automation Portfolio

1 month 2 weeks ago

In advance of its ChefCon 2021 conference, Progress today unveiled a series of enhancements to its Progress Chef automation platform that includes managed services and a software-as-a-service (SaaS) edition of its offerings as well as tighter integration with cloud services and other third-party tools. Sudhir Reddy, vice president of engineering for the Chef business at […]

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Mike Vizard

DevOps World 2021: FinServ, Leadership, Practitioner and Government Tracks

1 month 2 weeks ago

What does it take to power a successful DevOps conference? For DevOps World 2021, it all starts with the ‘engine’—the content. This year’s event, hosted September 28-30, brings more than 100 sessions divided into a number of tracks designed to teach, inspire and guide the DevOps industry to the future. The diverse lineup includes financial […]

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Hope Lynch

The Next Phase of Pandemic Tech Transformation

1 month 2 weeks ago

Last spring, we were inundated with headlines, tweets and Medium posts applauding the rapid digital transformation that businesses were going through—almost overnight—due to the pandemic and the shift to remote work. It made for an interesting feel-good narrative at the time, but it didn’t paint the full picture. Companies were thrown into the deep end; […]

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Joe Berg

SRE’s Guide to Pragmatic Incident Response

1 month 2 weeks ago

In my past experience as an SRE, I learned some valuable lessons about how to respond to and learn from incidents. If you want the TL;DR, I’ll summarize them here: Declare and run retros for the small incidents. It’s less stressful, and action items become much more actionable. Decrease the time it takes to analyze an […]

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Bobby Ross

Securing Open-Source Apps

1 month 3 weeks ago

Securing Open-Source Apps with API Scans and Observability Businesses building applications have always made great use of open-source software. The move to cloud-native applications, use of low code development, and embracement of composable architectures have made open-source use even more pervasive. As such, businesses need a way to ensure the composite apps are reliable, perform […]

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Louis Vistola

How to Improve Cloud Management

1 month 3 weeks ago

Cloud technology underpins emerging technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), IoT, edge computing and containerization. Organizations must prioritize implementing effective cloud management practices to avoid spiraling costs and potential security and compliance violations. The COVID-19 pandemic has vastly accelerated cloud adoption. To support remote work, many businesses have moved workloads from on-premises servers to the public […]

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JT Giri

The Key Benefits of Observability for SREs

1 month 3 weeks ago

In today’s technology landscape, organizations strive to champion innovative ideas, techniques and technologies to achieve success and outshine their competitors. For this reason, site reliability engineering (SRE) has become one of the fastest-growing enterprise roles and a set of organizational practices for fast and reliable software delivery.  SREs use various tools and practices at their […]

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Jayne Groll

Enterprise Blockchain Adoption Hinges on DevOps

1 month 3 weeks ago

There is a lot of excitement around blockchain right now, for a good reason. Production use cases continue to emerge across sectors such as manufacturing, energy, air travel, insurance and finance. Gartner predicts that by 2023, organizations using blockchain smart contracts will see a 50% increase in their data quality. Yet, Gartner also predicts that […]

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Bill Doerrfeld

DevOps World 2021: 3 Sessions for Successful Scaling

1 month 3 weeks ago

Your business has grown from a startup of five people to a full-blown organization of 100 … congrats! But, now what? The practices that worked for a smaller company may have worked as you first started growing, but now it’s time to scale operations to fit your new needs. Just like a kid outgrowing their […]

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Hope Lynch

CircleCI Bets on Webhooks to Streamline DevOps Integrations

1 month 3 weeks ago

CircleCI today announced CircleCI webhooks, a feature that enables software engineering teams to build integrations that react to CircleCI job and workflow status notifications in near-real-time. Tom Trahan, vice president of business development at CircleCI, said this latest iteration of the company’s implementation of webhooks, which send messages any time an event occurs, will become […]

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