Topic: devops

Cyara brings DevOps to customer experience solution

Customer experience (CX) assurance platform provider Cyara wants to help businesses improve the speed and quality of their development, testing and production teams with the announcement of new DevOps integration. According to the company, the new features will enable businesses to increase their automation initiatives and provide an Agile approach to CX design and management. … continue reading

GitLab partners with TriggerMesh to deliver GitLab Serverless

GitLab is bringing serverless capabilities to its DevOps solution with the release of GitLab Serverless. This new solution was delivered in partnership with the multi-cloud serverless management platform provider TriggerMesh.   “The TriggerMesh founders have deep expertise in serverless. Sebastien Goasguen has been at the forefront of the technology since the very beginning. We found … continue reading

Angular Console introduces simpler UI for Angular CLI

A new developer tool is being introduced into the Angular ecosystem to provide a simpler UI for the Angular CLI, the command line interface for the open-source front-end web application platform. Angular Console has been under development for the last three months by Angular development consultation company Narwhal and the Angular team. It was designed … continue reading

premium Continuous testing for DevOps: Is it all just a bunch of hype?

Almost exactly one year ago, Forrester confidently predicted that 2018 would be “the year of Enterprise DevOps.” The blog, authored by the late Robert Stroud, began: DevOps has reached “Escape Velocity.” The questions and discussions with clients have shifted from “What is DevOps?” to “How do I implement at scale?” Continuous testing is not far … continue reading

Delivery automation leaders unveil Software Defined Delivery Manifesto

A group of industry leaders led by Rod Johnson, CEO of delivery automation company Atomist, say that the standard for delivering software should be software-defined. During his keynote address at the GOTO Copenhagen conference today, Johnson presented the Software Defined Delivery Manifesto, which outlines the value of the technology and the authors’ dedication to advancing … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Code Freeze!

With Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Chanukah, and Christmas right around the corner, online shopping becomes top of mind. And for retailers, these sale days can make or break their entire year. So, when it comes to making changes to your website at such as critical time, do you continue to look to maximize your release … continue reading

SD Times news digest: SignalFx Microservices APM, Dart 2.1, and Bugcrowd’s pen testing solution

Cloud monitoring company SignalFx has revealed SignalFx Microservices APM, which is a new application performance monitoring solution designed for DevOps teams. The solution is built on top of the company’s streaming analytics platform, giving it access to power data analytics. “The world happens in real-time and if something goes wrong, finding problems minutes later just … continue reading

OzCode makes debugging available as a service

OzCode is on a mission to reduce the time it takes to debug a service from days to hours to minutes with its latest debugging as a service solution. OzCode provides debugging extensions for Visual Studio. Its latest OzCode Azure DevOps offering is available through Microsoft Azure cloud. “Studies show that roughly 50 percent of … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Service management dragging down DevOps

Much of the movement in DevOps has happened from the perspective of software development. And, while systems managers have adapted to the new order, the one area that has been a drag on achieving greater DevOps success is in change and release management. And at least one service management provider believes automation is the key … continue reading

Fixvember aims to boost DevOps skills

For many developers, November is the time of the year where they look to sharpen their skills and dedicate more of their time to outside projects. Much like the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) initiative where writers commit to writing 50,000 words in the month of November, developers commit to writing code. A few years … continue reading

premium Analyst Watch: Overcome the people problem in DevOps

Through 2023, 90 percent of DevOps initiatives will fail to fully meet expectations due to the limitations of leadership approaches, not technical reasons. The value in adopting DevOps practices is substantial, but if initiatives are to be successful, organizations must appropriately implement. The most common cause of DevOps failures is people — not process. Many … continue reading

premium Guest View: Serverless: A bad rerun

In today’s fast-moving world, DevOps teams are struggling to solve the same problem: What is the best way to build, deploy, and maintain applications in a cloud-native world? From this problem has spawned a heated debate between the serverless and container communities. While I usually am a firm believer that the answer is somewhere in … continue reading

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