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Latest DevOps News


How to be an advocate for neurodiversity in the workplace with Equal Expert’s Georgina Shute
Ahead of Tech Show London, Techerati spoke with Georgina Shute, Delivery Lead at Equal Experts, about neurodiversity in the workplace and how business leaders can be an intersectionality ally. Georgina will appear on a panel to discuss the importance of intersectionality at DevOps Live 2023 on 8-9 March at ExCeL London. What is your experience... Read More

What is the difference between DevOps and platform engineering?
Building on from the concept of DevOps, platform engineering is seen by some as the next step or evolution of DevOps. For many years the DevOps methodology has been at the centre of the software development and IT industry. Its many advantages over traditional software development and management processes, namely the ability to enable engineers... Read More

Infrastructure automation firm Puppet bought by Perforce

While Perforce already has a strong DevOps portfolio, thanks to the purchase of Puppet, the business will be able to place a greater focus on scaling and hopefully address many long-standing automation challenges that face businesses of today.


The rise of Microsoft Azure

With Microsoft investing over $1 billion every year on cyber security research and development, Azure has a great deal of security layers that protect sensitive business data. The technology firm also says that they have over 90 compliance offerings, which is the largest portfolio in the industry.


Gitlab makes significant stock gains

Beating expectations, DevOps platform GitLab announced fourth-quarter financial results that reported an increase in revenue of 69% from a year ago to reach $77.8 million. These results are due, in part, to the increasing adoption of DevOps solutions by companies across the world.


Where do DevOps and DevSecOps meet?

As companies look for ways to improve their development cycles and modernised their approach to development, the DevOps and DevSecOps methodologies have become an essential part of many enterprises operations. On the surface, these two approaches may seem similar, but in practice they can have very different results.


iProov announces $70million in funding

iProov tripled its revenues and there were multiple days in 2021 where they processed more than 1 million verifications, illustrating the strong growth they have achieved.


Amazon to collaborate with AI giant Stellantis

Under the terms of the plan, the new Ram ProMaster Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) will be available to Amazon in 2023, which will improve the sustainable delivery network of Amazon. The online giant will also be the first commercial customer of this vehicle.


Bitrise raises $60M to help developers keep up with mobile DevOps

Bitrise will use this new funding to help address the intense pressure faced by mobile developers to build more advanced apps quickly and effectively.


AWS launches energy competency program

In a bid to enable firms in the energy sector to find effective partners to work within the AWS partner ecosystem, Amazon has launched a program to recognise leading AWS partners through the AWS Competency Program. These partners have been selected due to their “technical proficiency and proven customer success in specialised solution areas, industry… Read More


DevOps firm GitLab rises 35% on first day of trading after initial public offering

Leading DevOps software company GitLab, sees share price shoot up 35% above its initial offering price.


AWS Startup Showcase to focus on DevOps capacity to boost business

In recognition of the value of DevOps in growing business, cloud platform Amazon Web Services (AWS) and media company theCUBE are planning a livestream event on September 22nd at 9am titled ‘AWS Startup Showcase: New Breakthroughs in DevOps, Data Analytics & Cloud Management Tools’.