Topic: devops

ShuttleOps to unite Dev and Ops for cloud-native app development with new drag-and-drop functionality

The new drag-and-drop functionality by ShuttleOps enables developers to build and deploy Docker container images to self-managed or hosted Kubernetes clusters. According to the company, this helps with managing application runtime configurations and automating application delivery across all of the major cloud platforms: AWS, Azure, and GCP. Users can now link to Docker container registries … continue reading

HCL Accelerate gets new governance and reporting features for DevOps visibility

HCL Technologies has announced the latest release of its value stream management platform. HCL Accelerate 2.1 features automated governance with data-driven intelligence, visible and predictable work insights, and time to value improvements.  The new automated-rule based gates leverages security and quality data integrations so no versions can go through without meeting specific criteria. “This feature … continue reading

CloudBees takes its software delivery management vision and DevSecOps solutions to the next level at DevOps World 2020

CloudBees announced at DevOps World 2020 the first two modules for its Software Delivery Management (SDM) vision are now generally available. The modules are designed for feature management and engineering productivity use cases. “We previously introduced our vision for Software Delivery Management as a market category,” said Shawn Ahmed, senior vice president and general manager … continue reading

‘Show Us Your World’: DevOps World brings content, engagement, leadership development under one virtual roof

What’s in store for DevOps World? Who better to ask than the CEO and co-founder of conference host CloudBees? Sacha Labourey offers his thoughts leading up to the conference, to be held on Sept. 22-24. Register today for free!  Conferences have had to be resourceful putting on virtual events during the pandemic. Why is DevOps … continue reading

DevOps World 2020: 5 sessions where users take center stage

Some of the most valuable takeaways at technology conferences come from sessions delivered by real users solving real problems at a ground level. DevOps World 2020 has a rich program planned featuring technology experts from some of the biggest names across a wide array of industries – names like Salesforce.com, eBay, Spotify, IBM, TIAA or … continue reading

SD Times news digest: The Red Hat Marketplace, Google Cloud introduces the Business Application Platform, and Klocwork 2020.3

Red Hat and IBM have announced a new marketplace designed to enable organizations to more easily purchase, deploy and manage enterprise software from a variety of vendors across hybrid cloud environments running Red Hat OpenShift. The release of Red Hat Marketplace Select adds control and governance with curated software for an additional cost, according to … continue reading

The path to mainframe agility

When Compuware, now a BMC company, came under new leadership in 2014, the company embarked on a mission to realign as an Agile business. It went from delivering customer requirements every 12 to 18 months to a publicly faced quarterly roadmap deeply engaged with customers. Once the company started to see some success, customers went … continue reading

Mainframe for DevOps puts an end to silos

“After the last nuclear bomb goes off and the earth cools, and the cockroaches come back out of the ground, they will all be dragging mainframes with them because it’s the only platform that will be able to withstand that,” Thomas Klinect, a senior research director at Gartner, told SD Times. While Klinect was joking … continue reading

Security Compass introduces Balanced Development Automation to tackle DevOps security

Security Compass introduced the new DevOps tool category Balanced Development Automation (BDA) in order to empower organizations to build secure digital products without compromising time to market. According to the company, development teams usually have to choose between “fast and risk” or “slow and safe.” BDA aims to improve processes that are manual, inconsistent, silo … continue reading

Taming heterogeneous tooling into cohesion

Over the last two decades, the swing of the pendulum from monolithic global tooling to highly specific tooling unique to each group and their needs has led to the birth of the tooling suite; the daisy chain of tools never intended to be linked together. One of the main challenges that has emerged is a … continue reading

Harness acquires continuous integration company Drone.io

Continuous delivery as a service provider Harness announced that it acquired Drone.io, the creator of the open-source project Drone. Drone is a continuous delivery system build on container technology. With this new acquisition, Harness hopes to enable DevOps engineers to build, test and deploy software on-demand, without delay or downtime. Drone.io plugins are containerized and … continue reading

A guide to Agile development tools

Broadcom: Rally Software is an enterprise-class agile management platform purpose built for scaling agile across the enterprise. It enables businesses to make faster and smarter decisions by aligning work with business objectives. Rally provides a central hub for teams across the organization to collaborate, plan, prioritize and track work, and continuously improve. Rally also enables … continue reading

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