The First 5 Chaos Experiments to Run on Kubernetes

Even systems like Kubernetes need to be tested to verify that they can handle turbulent production conditions. By thoughtfully injecting failure into Kubernetes, engineers can identify bugs before migrating a new service over and ensure successful launches and the stable ongoing performance of their application. This reduces time fighting fires so teams can ship more … continue reading

Application security: Best practices vs. practicality

When building out your AppSec program, remember that something is always better than nothing. While achieving best practices should be your end goal, oftentimes budget, expertise and time get in the way. But even a few practical steps taken now can help craft an AppSec foundation that can move the needle while positioning your program … continue reading

A New Approach to Maintaining and Securing your Open Source Supply Chain

451 Research’s data and conversations reveal that while enterprises tend to embrace open source software, they are currently struggling to address the unique challenges that open source software can bring regarding support, software quality, licensing and security. Simply using open source software and making it available to users is not enough. This is where managed … continue reading

Modern Analytics on AWS

Businesses today struggle as a result of the three big challenges with traditional analytics products – legacy tools that won’t work with all of their data, that don’t have the architecture to handle big data, and that can’t take actions in real-time to keep them ahead of the competition. Qrvey is the next generation of … continue reading

The Ultimate Guide To a Successful Continuous Delivery Pipeline

In this eBook, we will explore the 5 keys to building a successful continuous delivery pipeline. Our discussion will highlight the importance of using a mobile device cloud, testing on real devices, and explain how to set up a test automation strategy. We will also walk you through the steps to set up a continuous … continue reading

7 Mainframe fallacies and the truths you need to know

Opinions vary, but only one is grounded in truth: The mainframe is positioned for a long, successful future. Compuware-commissioned Forrester Consulting research highlights two signs of this reality: 72 percent of mainframe-powered organizations say their customer-facing applications are completely or very reliant on mainframe processing 64 percent of mainframe-powered organizations have planned to run more … continue reading

A practical guide to observability for developers

Observability helps developers and operators (“DevOps”) understand distributed systems: what’s slow, what’s broken, and what needs to be done to improve performance. In order to manage and understand multi-layered architectures, we need more than traditional logs and infrastructure metrics. In this guide, we cover: Common observability challenges in distributed systems Understanding telemetry data: logs, metrics, … continue reading

A practical guide to observability for developers

Observability helps developers and operators (“DevOps”) understand distributed systems: what’s slow, what’s broken, and what needs to be done to improve performance. In order to manage and understand multi-layered architectures, we need more than traditional logs and infrastructure metrics. In this guide, we cover: Common observability challenges in distributed systems Understanding telemetry data: logs, metrics, and … continue reading

DevOps Deeper Look Part 3: How to get DevSecOps right

Moving from DevOps to DevSecOps isn’t a matter of putting a security team member on a DevOps team, because developers tend to outnumber security professionals by 100 to one. Since most developers aren’t security experts and most security experts aren’t developers, the two must learn to work together effectively. … continue reading

The Complete Guide for Open Source Licenses

The license is what turns software components into open source components, and allows developers to use that software -as long as they keep to the specific terms and conditions as laid out in the license. But there are over 200 open-source licenses out there, varying in complexity and requirements. In this whitepaper, you will learn: … continue reading

Getting Started with Distributed Teams

Hiring and retaining software engineers is hard– and it’s only getting more difficult.  A hiring strategy that allows engineering managers to source talent from a global pool will bring a wider range of skills and experience, reduce turnover, and attract the 53.3% of developers, as surveyed by stack Overflow, who rank distributed work as the … continue reading

Guide to Onboarding Developers

All too often, the onboarding process for new hires feels rushed and disorganized. Add in a remote/distributed engineering team, and the process is even more difficult. But, when onboarding is done right, it leads to better employee retention and improved on-the-job performance. … continue reading

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