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DevOps has enabled organizations to more easily harness the automation and speed of deployment that cloud-native technologies such as containers and Kubernetes provide. However, if security is not tightly integrated into DevOps, organizations’ ability to take full advantage of the cloud-native model is severely diminished. If this sounds familiar, your company is at best getting The post Why DevSecOps is Critical for Containers and Kubernetes appeared first on DevOps.com.
The transformation towards modern digital infrastructure and digital business has been accelerated through the current pandemic and will even further accelerate in 2020 and beyond. The next normal will demand IT to balance budgets for key strategic projects of supporting the `work from home` and balancing product developments and changes to serve their digitally ambitious The post The Good, Bad and Ugly About Value Stream Management appeared first on DevOps.com.
The practice of DevOps promises to bring agility, speed and repeatability to software development and deployment. Unfortunately, the business value of DevOps is difficult to articulate and easy for leadership to overlook. That is a shame because DevOps has the ability to delight your customers, increase NPS with improved quality and reliability, and allows you The post DevOps is the Key to Differentiation appeared first on DevOps.com.
As enterprises adopt DevOps at scale, there is increasing tension between product, operations, and the business to manage competing incentives around release velocity and risk. In this webinar, you’ll learn how adopting a collaborative approach to implementing service level objectives (SLOs) gives software teams and leaders a shared language to focus engineering efforts and optimize The post How SLOs Enable Fast, Reliable Application Delivery appeared first on DevOps.com.
Much has been written about the three pillars of DevOps—culture, technology and process—but less discussed is the “human” element of DevOps—what it takes from a people perspective to take care of those “doing DevOps” to promote success and prevent issues such as burnout or job dissatisfaction. In this webinar, we’ll look at ways in which The post DevOps from the Human Perspective: A Panel Discussion appeared first on DevOps.com.
The known open source core model had many challenges which led several companies to try and find a better licensing model. Join Matt Asay, Head of Open Source Strategy and Marketing at AWS, as he discusses innovative companies like Cloudera, Redis Labs, MongoDB and RackN, and their solutions to problems like competing with cloud providers The post The Open Source Licensing World Today and Where It’s Heading appeared first on DevOps.com.
BAI Communications has built a public Wi-Fi offering in both the Toronto and NYC subway systems, where roughly 2 million unique devices totaling 14 million log-ins per month use the service. Using InfluxDB, the company can notify rail operators when platforms reach dangerous levels in near real-time. The post Detecting Subway Overcrowding in Real Time Using a Time Series Database appeared first on DevOps.com.
For organizations that will succeed in 2020 and beyond, airtight collaboration is a must — both as their teams work remotely and adapt to rapid change. Development and IT Ops teams can’t afford to plan and execute in a silo, but trying to get on the same page requires an attention to tooling and connective The post Accelerate Time to Market: AWS and Asana Talk Collaboration appeared first on DevOps.com.
If you’re beginning to learn more about DevOps, you may be confused about where to start or where to focus. The term “DevOps” refers to this idea that we no longer have pure and separated development streams and operations streams – and to a set of DevOps practices that optimizes and improves both functions. The post DevOps for Beginners: Where to Start appeared first on DevOps.com.
Today development is fast and cloud-based, with microservices architectures and Git-based repositories. However, application security workflows haven’t evolved in meaningful ways. Git is the center of modern software development and re-thinking security workflows for Developers should naturally be Git-based. The post Git-based Security Workflows for Developers appeared first on DevOps.com.