Topic: devops

DevOps Summit highlights people, budget problems

For some, the term DevOps is already old hat. The word encompasses many ideals that have been espoused in software development for years, coupled with new ones. Configuring infrastructure as code, Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment, self-serve architecture: All of these things have long been the draw of the DevOps movement. But at the DevOps Enterprise … continue reading

Wind Tunnel brings developers ‘Back to the Future’

Perfecto Mobile’s newly launched solution, Wind Tunnel, allows developers to go “back to the future” by predicting how a mobile application will look before it is released into the market. Wind Tunnel is a new method of looking at functional testing, and it brings end users “into the lab,” so to speak, by offering developers … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Testing needs to catch up to agile, DevOps

CIOs today are concerned with three key areas: security, DevOps and the cloud. But DevOps is a misnomer, according to test platform provider Appvance CEO Kevin Surace, because it purposely leaves out QA. And as anyone who’s had to deal with the aftermath of buggy, poor-performing software knows, you have to test before you deploy. … continue reading

VersionOne acquires ClearCode Labs

VersionOne wants to extend its agile life-cycle-management platform to include software delivery. To do so, the company has announced it is acquiring ClearCode Labs, a Continuous Delivery platform provider. “I have for the last year or so felt that strategically it was in our best interest to extend the software delivery life cycle to encompass … continue reading

Application performance a key theme at Velocity NYC 2015

A word that was heard frequently when walking through the booths at the 2015 O’Reilly Velocity NYC conference was “performance.” The conference provided a new perspective to performance and Web operations, and it gave everyone from developers to technical executives solutions to solve their dynamic website and application challenges. (Related: How government is using DevOps) … continue reading

Electric Cloud moves into release automation

Electric Cloud, originally known for build software and later Continuous Integration, is extending its ElectricFlow product into DevOps with the release today of application release automation software. ElectricFlow Release gives organizations one place form which to manage traditional and Continuous Delivery pipelines and software releases, according to Electric Cloud’s director of product marketing Sam Fell. … continue reading

How to plug into DevOps

The DevOps movement is gaining momentum, albeit at different speeds in different organizations. While the goal has been to streamline workflows between development and operations teams, there are a number of technological and cultural challenges companies have to address to optimize DevOps, and more importantly the entire software life cycle. If you’re confused about how … continue reading

CTO and VC: What’s the difference?

When it comes to the Silicon Valley, there are two titans that make all the decisions: CTOs and venture capitalists. At least one newly minted VC finds that being a CTO is quite similar to being an investor. Steve Herrod was VMware’s founding technologist, having developed the virtualization technology behind the company while at Stanford. … continue reading

Guest View: Trends shaping the future of enterprise software delivery

If I had to make a prediction about the future of software delivery, I would say that it will look a lot like it does now—but closer to perfection. Over the next five years or so, I expect the process of software development and delivery to be much smarter, faster and better because enterprises will … continue reading

Rapidly growing Chef heads for compliance

It’s always easier to raise money when you don’t need it. That’s why Chef, yesterday, announced the latest round of series E funding worth US$40 million. That money will be used to help fuel growth inside the DevOps startup, said Barry Crist, CEO of Chef. That growth is “unequivocally hockey-sticking. 2015 is setting up to … continue reading

Guest View: Five tips for DevOps success in any business

DevOps—the integration of development and operations teams to drive faster and more efficient applications to the business—has been championed as delivering a wide range of business and technical benefits. Whether it’s more stable operating environments, faster delivery of features, quicker resolution of problems, or continuous software delivery, few industry pundits and analysts dispute the benefits … continue reading

DreamFactory and Verizon partner on enterprise cloud development portal

DreamFactory and Verizon have partnered to launch a free enterprise application development portal for Verizon Cloud. Built with DreamFactory’s open-source REST API MBaaS and hosted on Verizon’s cloud, the DreamFactory-Verizon Partner Solutions Portal gives developers a cloud-first development environment for desktop, mobile and IoT app creation. The portal provides enterprise developers with CloudSpace sandboxes to … continue reading

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