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In the process of software development, many unforeseen challenges can arise. From internal business pressures to collaboration issues and weaknesses in technical leadership; any number of issues can impact the final product. While the goal of software developers is to create the most effective and user friendly end product, time pressures and hard deadlines can… Read More
Ever since DevSecOps has become an effective approach for organisations to embrace, there have been misconceptions around exactly what this system entails in practice. By embedding security throughout the entire software development life-cycle, IT teams are able to ensure that software is released quickly but also securely. While on paper embracing the agility of DevOps… Read More
For many companies that have embraced cutting-edge technologies over the past decade, a cloud-native approach has become almost second nature. Cloud-native computing is a term that encompasses a great deal of often diverse solutions, technologies and techniques. At its core, taking a cloud-native approach in practice means moving past conventional ways of building applications and works to leverage innovative cloud technologies to gain flexibility, scalability and resilience.
While DevOps teams have been tasked with managing the digital stacks they have built, the DevOps approach to monitoring – both in terms of its how and it’s why – is very different from the approach to monitoring characteristics of IT Ops. Can you spare 5 minutes to answer some key questions around observability? Your… Read More
Michael Fisher is Director of Product Management at OpsRamp. Following the announcement of a free version of their digital ops management platform, Michael caught up with us to discuss why cloud operators should take a DevOps approach to infrastructure management.
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.
Adopting DevOps has proven to be a powerful way for many enterprises to boost productivity, efficiency and profits. Countless studies have found that those firms who embrace the DevOps approach can expect to gain a range of positive business benefits, with a CA Technologies report showing that not only did DevOps result in a 51% increase in employee productivity, but DevOps firms also saw a 38% increase in growth originating from new revenue sources.
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.