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Top 5 benefits of DevOps

Top 5 benefits of DevOps

Speed, quality, trust, and adaptability are just some of the ways DevOps improve business operations. Tom Merritt lists five benefits of DevOps. DevOps. You hear about it a lot. It’s supposedly the combination of your developers with your operations, so software development with IT with the promise of making it all better. Lots of people…
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The Emergence Of ML Ops

The Emergence Of ML Ops

ML – In the latter part of the 2000s, DevOps solutions emerged as a set of practices and solutions that combines development-oriented activities (Dev) with IT operations (Ops) in order to accelerate the development cycle while maintaining efficiency in delivery and predictable, high levels of quality. The core principles of DevOps include an Agile approach…
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Three Tools That Will Enable Your Team To Leverage DevOps Methods

Three Tools That Will Enable Your Team To Leverage DevOps Methods

DevOps – Almost 20 years ago, I worked at a company that did source code management with zipped files passed around via email at the end of every day. We crossed our fingers that there weren’t going to be any dependency issues. This might (read as: should) sound laughable today, but my personal experience tells…
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How DevOps and security teams can get along better

How DevOps and security teams can get along better

Are we stuck in a rut? DevOps – Agile software development has been with us for nearly two decades since the original Manifesto was published. Software development and IT teams all strive for better software that responds to customer needs, broadly in line with the principles of agile. However, there are still problems that exist…
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Why DevOps is (still) a work in progress

Why DevOps is (still) a work in progress

DevOps was supposed to fix everything, right? Okay well maybe not everything, but the coming together of Dev (developers) and Ops (operations) under the umbrella that is DevOps was meant to give us a new way of building software with greater team proximity that would ultimately result in better end products for the user. Don’t…
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How ops teams stay relevant during a shift left in DevOps

IT operations administrators should not perceive the shift left in DevOps as a threat to their relevance, but rather as a catalyst for a change in their priorities. In the age of automation and the shift left movement, the exact role of IT operations teams might seem fuzzy — but it’s far from obsolete.  The…
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