Latest DevOps Opinions
Five more ways to measure what happens across the development process, and how this insight can improve outcomes.
By focusing on 10 important metrics, DevOps stakeholders can more clearly understand and act on the issues that determine the success or failure of any DevOps initiative. By Jeff Keyes, VP of Product at Plutora.
With increasing evidence that engineers will experience burnout at least once in their careers, we ask EMEA CTO at Dell Boomi, Mike Kiersey to unpack the scale of the problem and whether low-code, which tries to eliminate manual work out of developer hands, is a potential solution.
Essential guidance for keeping software truly secure A lot has been said about DevSecOps from experts, practitioners, pundits and vendors. However, recommendations that start and finish with securing code leave critical gaps. In order to keep software secure, businesses must go beyond just securing the code they are developing to also secure the pipeline that delivers that… Read More
For improved software development, monitoring, functionality, and speed – it is a must to adopt a microservices architecture.
Software Development has changed over the years. DevOps has taken the technology industry by storm, moving beyond the buzzword and becoming an integral part of every high functioning IT teams strategy. But are companies really using DevOps to their advantage and getting the best out of their teams? Nick Barton, lead engineer at Automation Logic, talks about his extensive experience in DevOps and how to ensure you have a motivated and productive team.
Docker enables an easier path to the cloud, with minimal disruption and maximum productivity, writes Jon Lucas, co-director of Hyve Managed Hosting.
It is often overlooked just how fundamental compliance offers are as ultimately, they can make or break the success of open source adoption. A change in skills and culture, to prioritise compliance and security, whilst simultaneously allowing developers to run with the innovation involved, will be key to the growth of the industry.
COVID-19’s challenges act as a catalyst for what is already required and will be even more required in the future: closer cooperation between developers and ops managers.
In this Q&A Matt Bates discusses Kubernetes potential, challenges and the state of maturity in the UK.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is always busy introducing new services, enhancing existing ones, and, quite often, driving trends. However, the company has upped its game even more in recent months.
Notwithstanding its benefits, Kubernetes can undermine organisations’ digital security if container admins don’t configure it correctly.