DevOps explained

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.

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The future of DevOps

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

A guide to release management tools

Digital.ai Release is a release orchestration tool specifically for continuous delivery. It enables teams across an organization to model and monitor releases, automate tasks within IT infrastructure, and cut release times by analyzing and improving release processes. It provides the backbone for DevOps release automation, integrates existing tools, and enables full visibility across the entire … continue reading

How does your company help organizations with software release management?

Mike O’Rourke Chief of R&D at Digital.ai: Digital.ai Release provides release orchestration capabilities that enable organizations to achieve continuous delivery. Teams across an organization can automate and monitor the stages of the most complex software deliveries, cutting release times by identifying bottlenecks and improving processes. Digital.ai Release provides the backbone for release automation by integrating … continue reading

It’s not all about deployment with software release management

Today’s software release methodology involves multiple aspects of the SDLC: planning, scheduling, and managing a software build through the stages of developing, testing, deploying, and supporting the release. Release automation, as well as methodologies like Agile development, continuous delivery, and DevOps have greatly contributed to the evolution of release management. It is a core function … continue reading

The SD Times DevOps Showcase

Digital.ai: Digital.ai’s DevOps intelligence provides the metrics and insight that enterprises need to deliver software more efficiently, with less risk and with better results. DevOps intelligence helps you better understand your software delivery process while measuring and proving the ROI of your digital transformation initiatives. Analyze the complete DevOps value stream from ideation and planning, … continue reading

Why value stream matters to DevOps and the business

Traditional DevOps initiatives have enabled businesses to become more Agile, automate more, make smaller changes, and get releases out faster… but that’s not enough to compete in today’s modern development world.  According to Mike O’Rourke, chief research and development officer at Digital.ai, there is a missing link between DevOps and the business. “There is no … continue reading

Debug anything, anytime, anywhere

The best way to deliver great app experiences consistently is to have visibility and control over what’s happening in production. In today’s real-time world, organizations can’t afford gaps between software development and IT ops. While a DevOps process helps bridge the gap, developers need to understand what’s happening in production and be able to intervene … continue reading

Improve DevOps with Octopus Deploy

Many organizations have adopted DevOps, but their results vary because some teams have been unable to optimize production-related processes and collaboration. For example, in some companies, developers build applications and deploy them into production. At other business- es, operations professionals have had to learn how to code. Even when teams have a healthy balance of … continue reading

Harness announces Continuous Integration Enterprise and Continuous Features modules for software delivery

CI/CD and DevOps tool provider Harness is preparing for the next-generation of software delivery with the announcement of two new modules at its {Unscripted} 2020 inaugural user conference this week. The new modules, Continuous Integration Enterprise and Continuous Features, are designed to enforce quality and compliance, reduce the time to remediate vulnerabilities, and provide continuous … continue reading

What unique capabilities to look for in newer DevOps value stream management platforms

The adoption of value stream management platforms is especially needed in DevOps environments. According to Gartner, “Organizations lack end-to-end visibility into product delivery and struggle to improve their flow of value. I&O leaders, together with application leaders, must implement a DevOps value stream management platform and analyze value stream metrics to optimize the overall health … continue reading

Pluralsight announced updates in DevOps, delivery, and its skills platform

Today, Pluralsight announced that it is acquiring the company DevelopIntelligence to accelerate digital transformation. The company is also offering a new delivery module tool as well as new strategies to its skills development platform that help to align skills development strategy with business objectives.  Pluralsight acquires DevelopIntelligence Pluralsight announced that it acquired DevelopIntelligence to broaden … continue reading

American Airlines’ journey into DevOps and beyond

The coronavirus has impacted many industries, but perhaps none more so than the travel industry. With airline seat booking down from March through August, some 76% from 2019, it was imperative for the industry to make changes that would give travelers a sense of trust that flying was safe. American Airlines (AA) responded by giving … continue reading

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