Topic: devops

Industry Watch: The Seven Habits of Highly Effective DevOps

I recently moderated a webinar in which Sam Guckenheimer, a Microsoft product owner and group product planner, discussed their development journey to DevOps. It was a “lessons learned” presentation that any company looking to benefit from DevOps can use. To sum it up: The first decade of doing agile development uncovered some key areas. First, … continue reading

2015: Testing catches up to DevOps

With mobile, agile, Continuous Delivery and DevOps becoming more popular, testing needed to catch up in 2015. Testers evolved this past year from working solo in silos, to joining developers to deliver code faster. Testers have become key components in the world of agile over the year, and they have been trying to maintain the … continue reading

Microsoft pulls Android’s ‘Hey Cortana,’ Amazon’s EC2 Container Registry, and Microsoft’s Coding4Fun—SD Times news digest: Dec. 22, 2015

Cortana has been pulled out from the Google Play Store because saying “Hey Cortana” was causing problems for the microphone of several Android devices. The saying was interfering with Google Now’s “Ok Google” feature, according to Android Community. It’s not determined yet if the microphone problems are the sole cause of the removal of the … continue reading

OpsClarity tackles the Ops in DevOps

Applications are getting more complicated, and the amount of data surrounding them is beginning to explode. OpsClarity, an operations analytics and monitoring company coming out of stealth mode today, wants to contain that explosion. The company is releasing an advanced operations platform designed to bring intelligence to Web-scale applications. “What we have built is an … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Cyber Monday highlights changes in software organizations

Cyber Monday: You’re soaking in it. If you’ve got the time to read this today, you clearly aren’t working in a company that has a major online retail component. Rather, you should be staring at your dashboards, religiously checking to see if anything has broken. Or if it’s broken now. Or now. Or maybe even … continue reading

Red Hat announces Ansible Tower 2.4

Red Hat wants to give DevOps teams more control and options in its latest release of Ansible Tower 2.4: the open-source automation tool designed to help DevOps manage and track their infrastructure. This is the first release of Ansible Tower since Red Hat acquired Ansible in October. “Adopted by Fortune 100 companies and government organizations … continue reading

Guest View: Agile should be an organization-wide initiative

Software teams that have migrated to agile processes are benefiting from better collaboration, faster release cycles and tighter QA processes. Yet for agile to reach its full potential in a software or services-based company, its practices and processes often need to extend beyond development to other areas of the business. Viewing agile as a business … continue reading

Guest View: The boardroom’s code problem—and what to do about it

Boards are increasingly concerned about code. This is primarily because code plays an ever more important role in company performance. Great code enables companies to better engage customers, make smarter decisions, and disrupt markets—or at least keep pace with disruptive competitors—while avoiding security and compliance risks. So boards have to worry about it. Code is … continue reading

Lookout discovers new Android malware, Google Play Services 8.3, and New Relic’s acquisition of Opsmatic—SD Times new digest: Nov. 6, 2015

Lookout, a mobile security company, has detected more than 20,000 samples of a trojanized adware pretending to be top apps like Candy Crush, Facebook, Google Now, NYTimes, Okta, Twitter, WhatsApp and more, according to its blog. Auto-rooting adware is a malware that roots the device automatically after the user installs it, embedding itself as a … continue reading

Making 3D-printed hair, Clutch partners with GitHub on enterprise DevOps deployments, and a ‘Universal API to Everything’—SD Times news digest: Nov. 5, 2015

You can create engagement rings, toys, art pieces and even casts, but researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have found a way to produce 3D-printed hair. 3D printers normally produce hard plastic objects, but the researchers found a way to produce hair-like strands, fibers and bristles using a common low-cost printer, they said in a press … continue reading

Getting all hands on deck with agile

“By and large people have a handle on team-level agile,” said Lee Cunningham, director of enterprise agile at VersionOne. “The next frontier is really how do we take what works really well at the team level in terms of quality, in terms of throughput, in terms of the morale of the people; how do we … continue reading

Guest View: How to create a successful NoOps team

It’s often easier to talk about what NoOps isn’t than what it is. It doesn’t mean you fire your Operations team. It doesn’t mean the end of Operations, or that Operations is dead. So just what is it? To explain NoOps, we must first explain DevOps. A DevOps primer DevOps is a software development model … continue reading

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