Tag: DevOps

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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Why DevOps Is An Attractive Target For Cybercrime Syndicates

Why DevOps Is An Attractive Target For Cybercrime Syndicates

DevOps – Late in the month of September 2019, Avast detected an intrusion into its network through a temporary VPN profile. It is believed that this was an attempt to use malware to infect the CCleaner software owned by Avast. CCleaner is a utility that many companies use to remove malware from systems. Cybercrime syndicates…
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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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The ultimate benefit of DevOps: freeing developers to be developers

The ultimate benefit of DevOps: freeing developers to be developers

‘We want developers to spend their best energies solving the business problem, not on a mat trying to figure out how to put the plumbing together’ DevOps may be about rapid, well-timed software releases, but perhaps the most compelling benefit may be what it does for developers’ psyches. That’s the word from Gene Kim, noted…
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The Executive Playbook For DevOps

The Executive Playbook For DevOps

Just like no two playbooks for the NFL or the NBA are alike, the same is true for DevOps playbooks. Playbooks are based on your team, your competitors (opponent), and the role and importance of the application (preseason or playoff game). Value Stream Mapping One of the first steps you need to complete before building…
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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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AI-Driven DevOps With RPA tools

AI-Driven DevOps With RPA tools

DevOps – Robotic process automation (RPA), which essentially is a software used to capture and interpret existing applications for the purpose of automating IT processes across the organization, has gained a lot of traction across enterprises over the past few years. RPA automates rules-based tasks; hence, it is important to identify the problem and all…
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The culture shift in your DevOps environment

The culture shift in your DevOps environment

Incorporating best security practices into DevOps is not only good for your company and your product – it’s good for your teams. DevOps – With the continual vulnerabilities being exploited in applications today it’s important to shed some more light in this area. Many developers and senior tech leaders haven’t yet made the mental switch…
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Top 5 benefits of DevOps

Big Data Testing For DevOps And Agile: Are Your Installations Keeping Up?

DevOps – It’s a generally accepted maxim that the business community’s fascination with big data, which started in the mid-2000s, ran out of steam about five years ago. But that’s only partly true. While the talking points have shifted to DevOps, Agile, AI and machine learning, big data never left the scene. On the contrary:…
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