Topic: operations

PagerDuty highlights disconnect between customer expectations, IT operations challenges

Consumers have high expectations when it comes to digital experiences and applications, and this is proving to be a challenge for IT organizations ability to resolve customer-impacting incidents quickly, according to findings from PagerDuty’s State of Digital Operations report. The report, based on a two-part survey of more than 300 IT professionals in development and … continue reading

Report: DevOps companies need to make the most of culture, monitoring, and incident management

What has 10 years of cultural change, infrastructure improvement and tooling done to the DevOps movement? That is the question Atlassian and xMatters wanted to answer in the latest DevOps Maturity Model report, which researched the current state of DevOps practices today. According to an Atlassian blog post, DevOps is here to stay, but key … continue reading

HPE launches containerized versions of its IT operations suites

HPE is embracing the benefits of container technology with the launch of containerized versions for its HPE IT Operations Management (ITOM) suites. The suites are based on container deployment foundations that are built to natively handle container clusters at scale. Container adoption and the container ecosystem have been growing exponentially on the application development side, … continue reading

Kubernetes founders start new company Heptio to support Kubernetes ecosystem

Accelerating software development was a top priority for Joe Beda and Craig McLuckie, two of the founders of the Kubernetes project at Google, which is why they started their own company announced this week: Heptio. Heptio raised US$8.5 million in a series A investment round led by Accel, with participation from Madrona Venture Group. With … continue reading

Security testing should be on every DevOps team’s Black Friday checklist

The holidays are a time for shoppers to reap the benefit of online deals—and for hackers to leverage software vulnerabilities in retail systems and applications. In order to prepare for this year, IT monitoring experts suggested developers and operations teams incorporate adequate security testing as part of their holiday preparedness checklist. The biggest mistake organizations … continue reading

HPE Security Fortify report finds application security is lacking in DevOps processes

The adoption of DevOps is transforming how companies deliver software, but this shift toward agility and Continuous Delivery is exposing some gaps that persist in application security. A majority of security teams and developers agree that adopting DevOps into their culture can improve application security, but only a small portion of them actually do application … continue reading

Red Hat updates its container platform, SOASTA releases new integrations, and a survey reveals how IT pros deploy software—SD Times news digest: Sept. 22, 2016

Red Hat made a few updates to its container application platform offerings to bring operations teams and application managers automation at scale. Red Hat’s OpenShift Container Platform 3.3 is now available, enhancing enterprise scalability and increasing speed and workflow automation. It also enables users to deploy their modern applications over multiple infrastructures. With new delivery … continue reading

Report: Research shows DevOps overlooks application security

A new report from TVP Strategy suggests that DevOps is failing to mitigate security flaws in code quality. The research also suggests ways for development teams to efficiently add automated security to continuous testing, without changing the role of the developer. TVP Strategy, formerly known as The Virtualization Practice, is an analyst organization that reports … continue reading

BigPanda gives DevOps teams new ways to monitor their infrastructure

BigPanda is helping DevOps teams troubleshoot and maintain infrastructures at scale with the latest release of its Alert Correlation Platform. The update features Unified Search, Incident Dashboards and new integrations. “Companies looking to mature their operational processes to better support end customers can now unify and visualize monitoring data across their organizations, drastically reduce mean … continue reading

Etsy developer an example of company’s ‘genuine inclusivity’

It might be a surprise to hear that Katherine Daniels, senior operations engineer at Etsy, studied art and creative writing before she switched to computer science. Feeling “burned out” in the liberal arts program, Daniels instead went on to obtain a degree in computer science from Colorado State University. She appreciated how her computer science … continue reading

Microsoft’s HoloLens store for developers, Google to index HTTPS pages by default, and Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview—SD Times news digest: Dec. 18, 2015

Microsoft has opened up a flagship HoloLens store for developers in New York. The store will allow developers to try out its untethered holographic computer, HoloLens, and start building HoloLens programs. Developers will have to request an appointment if they are interested in visiting the store. Developers can also sign up for the HoloLens Development … 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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