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Datadog Sees Spike in AWS Lambda Serverless Adoption

2 weeks 2 days ago

Datadog published a report that shows nearly half of organizations using the company’s IT monitoring platform have embraced the AWS Lambda serverless computing framework. Stephen Pinkerton, a product manager for Datadog, said that number shows serverless computing frameworks are being employed by mainstream IT organizations far more widely than initially might be thought, given the […]

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Mike Vizard

How to Successfully Adopt Mobile DevOps Practices

2 weeks 3 days ago

Mobile DevOps is more than simply adopting a new set of tools and practices. It also comes with the need to adopt a completely different mindset, in the form of a cultural-organizational change. The approach is based on the Agile methodology, but takes its practices further— not only by getting other teams more involved, but […]

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Nóra Bézi

How to Achieve a Converged Toolchain

2 weeks 3 days ago

In recent years, there’s been an explosion of tools for developing and delivering software. In a single pipeline, a company will have separate tools to ideate, plan, code, verify, configure, release and monitor new software, and every pipeline can have different tools for each individual stage (i.e. ideation). That’s a lot of tools, and providing […]

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Jeffrey Keyes

The Open Book Project: An eBook Reader You Can Build Yourself

2 weeks 4 days ago

An amateur hardware enthusiast wants to prove it’s possible for people to build their own ebook readers. “As a society, we need an open source device for reading,” explains the project’s page on GitHub. “Books are among the most important documents of our culture, yet the most popular and widespread devices we have for reading […]

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This Week in Programming: Forget Microservices, Monoliths Are the Way Forward

2 weeks 4 days ago

A few weeks back, we took a look at the curious case of the open source service mesh Istio and its on-its-face contradictory decision to abandon microservices and return to the monolith. This week, we find a headline from none other than Google cloud native adherent and evangelist Kelsey Hightower, who writes — as part […]

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Context: Diversity in the Board Room

2 weeks 5 days ago

Welcome to The New Stack Context, a podcast where we discuss the latest news and perspectives in the world of cloud native computing. This week, we chat with Yvonne Wassenaar, CEO at Puppet, about the announcement that Goldman Sachs will no longer go public with companies that have no female or under-represented minority board members. Subscribe: […]

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Devo: Faster Time to Insights from Data

2 weeks 5 days ago

Data holds huge value for organizations, especially for security and operations teams, but with volumes increasing exponentially, managing it remains a challenge. Data analytics platform Devo tackles the challenges that enterprises face in managing the explosion of data from various sources, focusing on observability rather than just data collection. (CA Technologies’ Peter Waterhouse previously outlined […]

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Tutorial: Apply the Sidecar Pattern to Deploy Redis in Kubernetes

2 weeks 5 days ago

In the last Kubernetes tutorial, we explored the concepts of node and pod affinity/anti-affinity to ensure that relevant pods are co-located or evenly distributed in the cluster. In this installment, I will demonstrate how to leverage the sidecar pattern to package, deploy, and scale two containers as a unit. The way the Pod is designed […]

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WireGuard VPN Protocol Coming to a Linux Kernel Near You

2 weeks 5 days ago

The WireGuard virtual private networking (VPN) protocol is coming to the Linux kernel, much to the delight of Linux creator Linus Torvalds. “Can I just once again state my love for it and hope it gets merged soon? Maybe the code isn’t perfect, but I’ve skimmed it, and compared to the horrors that are OpenVPN […]

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How Human Trust Varies with Different Types of ‘Explainable AI’

2 weeks 5 days ago

Autonomous machines — powered by artificial intelligence — are increasingly making their presence known in all corners of our lives, whether it’s doing automated fabrication on the factory floor, driving us to our destination, delivering goods, or even assisting with precision surgery. But despite all these remarkable instances of how advances in AI and robotics […]

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Atlassian Extends Road Mapping in Jira

2 weeks 6 days ago

Atlassian has updated its Jira project management software for managing software development initiatives to add more capabilities to road mapping tools that teams use to share plans and update progress. Matt Ryall, head of product for Jira Software at Atlassian, said the road mapping tools first provided in Jira a year ago are now being […]

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Mike Vizard

Setting Up Google Authenticator on Multiple Servers

2 weeks 6 days ago

Google Authenticator is pretty great. It allows me as an administrator to set up and configure multi-factor authentication into my UNIX boxes without having to spend money on a tool like YubiKey or RSA tokens. It’s easy to set up on any type of phone—no specialized hardware or dongles needed. It’s also pretty cool in […]

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Rajat Bhargava

SRE Is the Most Innovative Approach to ITSM Since ITIL

2 weeks 6 days ago

For over a decade, ITIL has been the leading ITSM framework adopted by enterprises across the globe. So, what is driving a rapidly increasing interest in Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) as a service management alternative? In its own words, Google refers to SRE as its approach to service management: “The SRE team is responsible for […]

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Jayne Groll

DevOps Chat: Increasing Delivery Velocity, with Launchable

2 weeks 6 days ago

Jenkins founder Kohsuke Kawaguchi (KK) and respected DevOps veteran Harpreet Singh have launched a new company called Launchable. Launchable aims to help you improve your delivery velocity by prioritizing and applying some ML and intelligence to testing. There is still much work to be done but with these two industry luminaries behind it, the expectations […]

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Alan Shimel

Add It Up: Atlassian Rises Above Crowd with Enterprise Integrations

2 weeks 6 days ago

Atlassian’s core product suite of Jira, Confluence and Bitbucket and other components for software development is the fifth most installed type of application among many Okta customers according to its “2020 Businesses @Work” report. Not too shabby considering that the leaders are Microsoft Office 365, Salesforce, AWS and G Suite. Based only on the identity […]

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Apstra’s Intent-Based Networking Brings Enterprises to Cloud Parity

2 weeks 6 days ago

For some companies, things like cloud native deployments on Kubernetes with microservices is a given. For others, those technologies comprise a still distant future, and contemporary complexities include the stuff of network switches, proprietary, vendor-specific configurations, and on-prem networks that require manual operations to manage. For companies in the latter category, Apstra delivers intent-based networking […]

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