Topic: devops

Tricentis automation @ DevOps speed

Remember the old adage: “Speed, Cost, Quality– pick any two?”  This tradeoff is no longer an option. With digital transformation initiatives driving DevTest teams to scale Agile and adopt DevOps, all three vectors must be addressed. This requires a fundamental shift in how you approach testing. It’s not a matter of acquiring more or better … continue reading

Going ‘lights-out’ with DevOps

People sometimes describe DevOps as a factory. It’s a good analogy. Like a factory, code goes go in one end of the DevOps line. Finished software comes out the other.  I’d take the idea one step further. In its highest form, DevOps is not just any factory, but a ‘lights-out’ factory. Also called a “dark … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Amazon announces AWS Chatbot for DevOps, Visual Studio 2019 16.2 released, and the Rust compiler

Amazon introduced a public beta of AWS Chatbot, which the company said will help facilitate interactions between DevOps teams in Slack channels and Amazon chime chat rooms.  AWS Chatbot uses Amazon SNS to integrate with other AWS services. Capabilities include fast responses, a quick setup, and easily definable permissions using pre-defined permission templates that can … continue reading

DevOps Institute named continuous learning track sponsor of DevOps World | Jenkins World 2019

DevOps Institute (https://devopsinstitute.com/), a  global member-based association for advancing the human elements of DevOps, today announced its unique role as the Continuous Learning Track Sponsor of DevOps World | Jenkins World 2019 from August 12-15 in San Francisco. The DevOps Institute will host several learning and upskilling opportunities to attendees, including two certification courses led by … continue reading

A developer’s guide to key storage providers

As a developer, you specialize in code – not security.  However, as DevOps continues to blend roles and responsibilities, the typical software developer has become responsible for more and more operational aspects like security. A core component of application and IoT security is code signing. Let’s start with a basic definition. Code signing is a … continue reading

Source{d} enables oversight over the entire SDLC

Lack of visibility into the entire SDLC is a problem, causing about 70 percent of large IT transformation projects to fail, according to source{d}. To aid enterprises through their digital transformation, source{d} launched source{d} Enterprise Edition (EE), which gives IT executives visibility into codebases, IT teams and processes, and offers the ability to add multiple … continue reading

Multigrain services: Micro vs. mini vs. macro

Many organizations say they are moving to microservices, but Gartner says that by the end of 2019, 90 percent of them will think microservices are too disruptive and switch to other methods, such as miniservices. In the meantime, enterprises are looking at how to transition away from monolithic apps, not knowing that microservices may not … continue reading

Testing all the time

Continuous testing marks the evolution of software testing to where it can keep up with the rapid pace of development, while adapting to new software architectures and development methodologies such as DevOps and Agile. Relying on automated test execution as a cornerstone, continuous testing is the embodiment of the “shift left” craze sweeping the industry. … continue reading

SKIL: A framework for humans, not the machines of DevOps

The SKIL Framework created by the DevOps Institute focuses on a holistic approach to the human aspect of advancing DevOps rather than the machines involved in it. The DevOps Institute aims to connect people in the DevOps community and provide networking and educational opportunities.  “We really feel very strongly that while automation is obviously a … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Oracle’s automated database, Qt and LG partner up on webOS, and Embarcadero extends FireMonkey

Oracle announced the expansion of its autonomous database dedicated service, which allows customers to transform from manually-managed independent databases on premises to a fully-autonomous private database cloud within Oracle’s public cloud.  In a post, the company explained this will eliminate customer concerns about security isolation and operational policies when switching to the cloud. The automated … continue reading

premium 3 pillars to lead your team through DevOps maturity

Many teams are now making the move to DevOps, and there is good reason: using DevOps practices helps enable teams to be more responsive to market changes. They can deploy code more quickly and more safely, and with less fear of breaking production. The industry is catching on to the benefits of DevOps as well. … continue reading

GitLab turns its focus to DevSecOps

GitLab is taking the next steps in its DevOps initiative with the announcement that it is integrating security into its single application. The company is also releasing auto remediation, security dashboards and plans to release security approvals in an upcoming update. “The advantages of a single application are numerous: A single sign-on eliminates the need … continue reading

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