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Strategies for Successful Implementation of Enterprise DevOps

Enterprise DevOps

DevOps refers to the agile relationship that exists between development and IT operations. The key goal of DevOps is to improve the relationship between these units via better communication. DevOps mainly focuses on the idea of a continuous delivery pipeline, also considered as the main building block of an Agile…

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Realizing DevOps Potential with QA-Dev Collaboration

DevOps Consulting Companies

DevOps culture has brought about a significant change in the way the IT industry operates. Breaking the siloes among different teams, DevOps encouraged a new style of collaborative functioning with all the key stakeholders involved in the software development lifecycle. Unlike the traditional waterfall model, the DevOps process engages different…

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Securing DevOps Is About People and Culture

DevOps Culture and People

Preconceived notions and divisions make building security into the software development life cycle an uphill battle for many organizations. Security teams have long had the reputation of being “out of process” — that they add requirements, complicate processes, and disrupt DevOps. “The reality is that building security into the development…

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Why Security And DevOps Must Coexist

Top Devops Consultants

I recently had the pleasure of moderating a lively discussion with security leaders at the SINET Innovation Summit 2019 in New York. The conversation explored one central question: Can security and DevOps coexist? DevOps is a well-adopted practice that fosters an agile relationship between development and IT operations by advocating…

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Stackery Smooths AWS Serverless Integration for DevOps

Top Devops Consultants

Stackery today announced a plug-in capability that will allow developers to build and debug code destined to run on the Lambda serverless computing service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) from within an integrated development environment (IDE) running on a local machine. Company CTO Chase Douglas said the latest Stackery…

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Why Did DevOps Become So Popular? 3 Theories

Top DevOPs Companies

DevOps has now been a thing for a solid decade. As we look back at the history of DevOps, it’s worth asking: Where did DevOps come from, and why did it take off when it did? In honor of the 10-year anniversary of DevOps, I’d like to explore these questions….

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Datadog Fetches Bevy of Additional DevOps Services

DevOps consulting companies

At its Dash 2019 conference today, Datadog launched a series of DevOps initiatives that significantly expand the use cases for the agent software that drives the company’s monitoring services. Additions to the Datadog portfolio include Network Performance Monitoring and Real User Monitoring (RUM) services as well as the general availability…

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Boost application security in DevOps with DevSecOps

DevSecOps Application Security

Software developers have a lot to contend with when it comes to keeping their skill levels current. New features are constantly introduced to integrated development platforms, and programming languages evolve frequently, as do development methodologies, like Waterfall. On top of these moving parts, developers have to deliver projects on time…

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Self-Service Workload Protection for DevOps Teams

DevOps Security

Everyone (or almost everyone) in the DevOps world likes to talk about the importance of security. But too often, these DevOps security conversations end with generic recommendations such as, “Follow the OWASP Top 10.” Don’t get me wrong—reference frameworks such as OWASP are great resources for helping to guide DevOps…

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HPE Extends Hybrid Cloud Computing Strategy

HPE hybridcloud

Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) today advanced its hybrid cloud computing strategy by announcing at its HPE Discover 2019 conference an alliance with Google to embrace Kubernetes in hybrid cloud computing environments and then extending the reach of its software-defined infrastructure for building private clouds to legacy ProLiant servers. Lauren Whitehouse, director…

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The Top 3 Best Practices for DevOps Companies to Follow In 2019-2020

DevOps Best Practice

During recent years, DevOps has become a revolution in software agencies even after starting from an uncertain technical. Till 2019, it is growing. According to some organizations (like Google Cloud) research, DevOps is still gaining more customer satisfaction and market share than ever. It also has enhanced productivity and works-excellence…

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Moogsoft AIOps 7.2: A Boon For IT Operations And DevOps Teams

Moogsoft AIOps 7.2

Moogsoft, a pioneer and leading provider of artificial intelligence for IT operations (AIOps), released Moogsoft AIOps 7.2, the latest version of its enterprise platform. Release 7.2 features groundbreaking new capabilities that ease the burden of IT Operations and DevOps teams by optimizing service assurance. Significant new transparency, efficiency, and customization…

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CloudBees Acquires Electric Cloud to Reshape Continuous Delivery

CloudBees acquires Electric Cloud

Last year, CloudBees acquired Codeship, a provider of cloud-based continuous integration/continuous development. The news flew around CloudBees’ venture into DevOps as evidence of something big to come. Others discarded this as rumors. But no more. Now they have acquired Electric Cloud to boost their expansion plans and they are not…

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