Topic: devops

OverOps Reliability Dashboards deepens DevOps visibility

Software reliability platform provider OverOps has announced new Reliability Dashboards to give QA, DevOps and Site Reliability Teams more insight across their pre-production and production environments. The dashboards include new machine learning-based scoring capabilities that automatically detect anomalies and prioritize them based on impact. “Most organizations are facing two primary dilemmas in their software delivery: … continue reading

Report: Developers want clear role requirements

Employers that want to keep their developers happy should make sure they’re clear about the details and requirements of a position. HackerRank released its 2019 Developer Skills Report, which found 68 percent of developers say nothing irks them more than being unsure of what is expected of them. “Hiring and retaining skilled developers is critical … continue reading

Perforce expands DevOps portfolio with Rogue Wave acquisition

Perforce has announced a strategic acquisition to expand its DevOps portfolio with new application development tools and components. The company has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire cross-platform software development tool provider Rogue Wave Software. “Software development is growing increasingly complex, driving the need for platforms and solutions that can help enterprises simplify their … continue reading

Unbounded analytics introduced in latest Instana EUM release

Application performance management company Instana launched a new version of its End User Monitoring (EUM) utility this week, introducing advanced filtering of trace and request data with its new unbounded analytics feature. According to the company, Instana EUM is part of the Instana APM service and is designed for site reliability engineers and developers to … continue reading

Android Studio 3.3 forgoes big changes for better experience

Google released Android Studio 3.3 this week with a strong focus on refinement and quality. The key updates featured a tidied-up UI, and support for IntelliJ 2018.2.2, Kotlin 1.3.11 and Clang-Tidy C++. According to the company, the updates are a part of a broader plan for solidifying the feature set of the IDE that the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: XebiaLabs’ new DevOps Risk and Compliance features, Split’s free Feature Flag Edition, and Google’s changes to its SMS/Call Log policy

XebiaLabs has launched a new security and risk assessment solution for enterprises. The new solution features enhanced chain of custody reporting, a new security risk dashboard for software releases, and new at-a-glance compliance overviews. According to the company, this will help organizations track app release status and understand security better. “To effectively manage software delivery … continue reading

The conversation about Agile and DevOps is far from over

By now, Agile and DevOps are proven methodologies and well known throughout the software development industry, but their stories are not over yet. Although the idea of Agile has been around for over a decade now with DevOps following closely behind it, there are plenty of organizations still looking to expand and improve their implementations. … continue reading

2019: The year of the value stream

Development teams thrive on precision. They need specific requirements to write clean, tight code. They need to write tests that will accurately reveal any flaws in that code. So when development managers are told they need to consider value when developing software, the reaction is, “Well, what do you mean by value?” In 2019, businesses … continue reading

DevOps in 2019: Seeking systems Unicorns, tackling toil, and saying ‘Yes’ to service silos

In the last few years, we’ve watched DevOps transition beyond a buzzword to become widely accepted by organizations large and small, global and startup. As we take stock of all the happened in 2018, it’s the perfect time to reflect on where we see things going in the new year. Everyone is seeking systems unicorns … continue reading

The missing KPI on your path to continuous delivery

KPIs (key performance indicators) are crucial to advancing DevOps in a world where business competitiveness depends on our ability to measure how well we are producing compelling, innovative software. But “KPI” is a term that gets thrown around haphazardly at times, and can get overlooked as simply a buzzword. This lack of focus was apparent … continue reading

XebiaLabs announces new DevOps as Code features

XebiaLabs is trying to break down the barrier to entry for DevOps for development teams with the release of its DevOps as Code features for its DevOps platform. According to XebiaLabs, DevOps as Code enables teams to specify end-to-end DevOps pipeline flows, infrastructure configurations, and deployment settings. “At XebiaLabs, our ‘as code’ philosophy goes beyond … continue reading

Harness launches ML-powered health checks and rollbacks

Continuous delivery provider Harness launched the 24×7 Service Guard for its continuous delivery-as-a-service platform today, a machine learning-powered tool for health checking of APM, monitoring and logging tools. According to the company, the tool provides a “safety net” for application services by automating code rollbacks and providing “total operational visibility” into how services run. ”For … continue reading

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