Tag: Azure DevOps

What To Expect at a Virtual DevOps World 2020

DevOps World 2020

DevOps World is coming soon and this implies that you can look forward to many chances to learn about so many things in DevOps, network among like-minded professionals, join in-depth training programs and technical workshops and just have some enjoyable time in general. The event is set to have all this stuff. But, with the disease still impacting culture, this year’s experience will be different. It will take place on…

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Shifting Left: The Evolving Role of Automation in DevOps Tools

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One of the greatest challenges currently facing security and development teams is striking a balance between speed and security. Application security testing (AST) tools that leverage automation to produce high-quality results must continue to evolve, in order to help organisations bring these two components together. The goal should be to shift to a true DevSecOps model, by automating vulnerability detection and triage to reduce secure software time-to-market. According to analyst firm…

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How AI can optimize our approach to DevOps

AI and DevOps together

Companies continue to invest heavily in the now tried-and-tested DevOps methodology  But there’s plenty of room for improvement, and AI offers a solution across several components The market valuation of DevOps will reach US$17 billion by 2026, as more and more businesses pile in on the methodology. DevOps is aimed at unifying software development and operations to boost a company’s ability to deliver applications at high velocity. Its success is down to its tried-and-test ability to…

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What makes great DevOps teams tick

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The principles of DevOps go beyond just improving software development processes. They also help foster stronger, more productive teams Perhaps the most influential development philosophy of the last decade, DevOps brings together insights in psychology, sociology, technology, and economics, enabling IT teams to help digital businesses thrive. DevOps practices have played a key role in the success of organizations from AWS to Netflix. In “The DevOps Handbook” and “The Phoenix…

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5 Essential Digital Adoptions To Grow Your DevOps Enterprise

Digital Adoptions To Grow Your DevOps Enterprise

There are several essential digital adoptions to grow your DevOps enterprise. Studies show that the DevOps market is projected to expand to over $10 billion by 2025. In 2020, the software development demand is already increasing due to the novel coronavirus. As an enterprise developer, you know how DevOps communication and collaboration strategies can streamline your software pipeline for rapid deployment. To cope with the current climate, there are several enterprise…

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The Critical Collaboration: Cybersecurity and DevOps

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Cybersecurity is no longer about installing firewalls and antivirus software and forgetting about it. It’s an ongoing endeavour that demands continuous attention to overcome the challenges that lie ahead. In that sense, cybersecurity in the digital age complements the DevOps approach to developing, managing and maintaining continuous delivery and quality. However, this doesn’t seem to translate seamlessly into the real world. According to the Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report 2020, as much as…

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3 DevOps skills IT leaders need for the next normal

DevOps Skills needed by IT Leaders

As the triage phase of COVID-19 response ends and the transformation phase begins, individuals and organizations can achieve more by focusing on three areas that DevOps pros know well   Many IT organizations are moving out of the triage and stabilizing phases of their response to the COVID-19 crisis and into the transformation phase. In recent months, organizations had to learn to quickly shift into virtual operations and interactions not only with…

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Microsoft Describes its Own DevOps Journey

Microsoft DevOps Journey

This is what DevOps looks like inside one of the world’s biggest software factories. The goals: more collaboration, improved work lives. In this cloud-drenched era, software vendors have evolved from code-and-ship operations into 24×7 data center operators. So they, perhaps more than any other type of organization, need DevOps methodologies to keep development and operations efforts on track, pumping out releases with blinding frequency, while keeping teams in constant sync….

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