DevOps is one of those overarching terms that encompasses a number of technologies and techniques. Some consider continuous integration and delivery as the cornerstone of DevOps. Others say you can’t keep pace with Agile development and deployment without automated processes that kick off tests, builds and performance alerts.
On the development side, some organizations are taking test-driven and behavior-driven approaches. They’re shifting testing to the left, to find defects more quickly so that better quality code is delivered.
DevOps, though, it not a one-size-fits-all solution. Organizations need to evaluate their processes, see where benefits could be derived, and implement those methods and technologies that deliver real value to the business.
Data helps organizations make a number of important decisions, every day. It can be used to measure ROI of marketing campaigns and even aggregate user habits. It can also be used to better your DevOps team. In a Power Talk with SD Times, Steve Boone, DevOps head of product management at HCL Software, and Bryant … continue reading
Datatron released a new governance dashboard that allows data scientists and analysts to monitor and optimize their AI solutions. The new offering provides AI and machine learning model transparency risk management to help organizations comply with regulations while optimizing for business outcomes through visualizations and key metrics. “Just as cyberattacks can be devastating to companies, … continue reading
This week’s update of Progress’ Kendo UI includes 24 new UI components across all Kendo UI libraries as well as support for Angular 11 and React 17. Kendo UI for Angular introduces components including DropDownTree, MultiColumnComboBox, TileLayout, FloatingActionButton and more while KendoReact includes many of the same features alongside added built-in keyboard navigation and UI … continue reading
Infrastructure automation company Quali has announced a $53 million new round of funding co-led by Greenfield Partners and JVP. Quali revealed it intends to use the new funding to streamline enterprise DevOps infrastructure through its CloudShell platform, as well as continue to grow its partnerships and team. “With the growing adoption of DevOps and CI/CD … continue reading
If 2020 taught businesses anything, it is that they need to be able to adapt at any moment if they want to stay competitive and be successful. But in order to do that, they need actionable insight into what is going on throughout the entire organization and how that is translating into business value. Mik … continue reading
As companies shift their businesses to engage with customers online, developers are becoming a center point for innovation. So as these companies build out DevOps and DevSecOps practices, they’re assembling teams around the developer to ensure that as they’re building new features at a rapid pace, security and operations components move along with that. Yet … continue reading
When organizations discuss digital transformation, they’ll often rank processes, tools and culture — in that order — as keys to success. Yet it’s the people part that’s the toughest to pull off. One of the newer industry initiatives underway now is the idea of BizOps, which has been defined by a coalition of software providers … continue reading
Installing and configuring a fully integrated multi-software tool DevSecOps environment can be a long, tenuous burden for many organizations, often taking months from start to finish. Consider, instead, standardizing on a single application delivery platform — a set of integrated development, security, and operations tools — to increase productivity and accelerate installation and configuration of … continue reading
If you think of DevOps as a train, infrastructure is the track that the train runs on. According to David Williams, vice president of product strategy at Quali, when you think of infrastructure, you typically only think of common aspects such as the storage, compute, and network — but it is so much more. “It … continue reading
The practice of DevOps — bringing Agile development together with changes in infrastructure for running cloud-native applications — has changed the development industry over the last decade. And it has done its job well. A Fortune Business Insights report released in January of this year projected the size of the DevOps tools market will reach … continue reading
Atlassian is adding four new features to its Jira Software Cloud in order to give DevOps teams more ways to visualize and measure progress. In a recent 2020 DevOps Trend Survey, the company found that about half of DevOps teams are struggling to measure and improve business value. The new features are designed to provide … continue reading
The idea of DevOps was born from a need for organizations to deliver software more quickly, to remain competitive in a world gone digital. It called for developers and operation engineers to work together so developers could have the infrastructure resources they needed to deploy multiple times per day. But according to a report published … continue reading