Tag: DevOps Culture

How AI can optimize our approach to DevOps

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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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DevOps Was Supposed to Kill Developer Jobs. Here’s Why it Didn’t

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The rise of DevOps is more an evolution than a revolution, and developer jobs aren’t going anywhere In reality, developers are doing just fine. There are currently almost 150,000 development jobs right now on one major job site, compared with only about 16,000 positions for DevOps. It seems that the revolution in which developers would be replaced with DevOps engineers never actually happened. In fact, and as we’ve previously argued,…

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Has the Pandemic Made DevOps Tougher or Easier?

Impact of pandemic on DevOps

How has COVID-19 impacted the way DevOps professionals approach their work? The current, unpredictable economic climate as a result of the global COVID-19 pandemic has exposed a glaring need for organizations to be able to do more with less. They have fewer resources and even less margin of error now to maintain customer relationships, keep up the pace of innovation and stay ahead of competitors. This global crisis has shifted…

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Choose the best programming language for DevOps workflows

The best programming language for DevOps

DevOps teams can choose from many available programming languages. All languages have both strengths and weaknesses — some inherent to the language itself, and others dependent on a given application or context in which the language is used. To evaluate programming languages for DevOps, consider factors such as developer experience and familiarity, speed of development and flexibility. DevOps programming languages: Some basics DevOps explores the intersection between software development and…

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5 Optimum Tips To Create The Right DevOps Culture In Your Organization

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DevOps is being widely accepted and adopted by leading software development companies as the right way to integrate the various functions of the development and operations team for ensuring flexibility, reducing time-to-market, and increasing end-to-end responsibility. These companies are constantly on the lookout for new strategies and techniques for inculcating better DevOps culture in the organization. Most of the time, DevOps consulting companies tend to focus more on bringing into…

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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 process — be it agile, DevOps, DevSecOps, or a mix thereof — remains a significant challenge for many reasons, beginning…

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Stackery Smooths AWS Serverless Integration for DevOps

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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 tool can be dropped into any IDE, either via a Stackery VS Code Serverless Tools Plug-In that automates installation or…

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Why Did DevOps Become So Popular? 3 Theories

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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. A Brief History of DevOps The very basic history of DevOps goes like this: First, there was agile, an idea…

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