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August 17, 2017
Shlomi Gian
PacketZoom

Mobile SDKs (software developments kits); love them or hate them, they're here to stay. They provide our apps with all sorts of functionality that would be incredibly time consuming to build, and they give us another means to monetize our apps. While it would be difficult to argue that SDKs aren’t useful, it’s also hard for developers to get a good idea of the amount of resources used by each SDK once the app is in production ...

August 15, 2017
Lori MacVittie
F5 Networks

A common belief within DevOps circles is that automation not only enables greater frequency of delivery and deployment, but improves its overall success rate. Whenever manual intervention is required, the chances of errors creeping in increases. Human error is a significant factor in many an outage, after all ...

August 14, 2017
Lori MacVittie
F5 Networks

DevOps and NetOps are both far more generous in their opinion of the other with respect to prioritization of efforts than traditional archetypes purport them to be, and they have a lot in common – even though they may disagree on details – according to a new survey by F5 ...

August 10, 2017
Anand Akela
CA Technologies

Only 12 percent of organizations can claim that their whole organization is on the path to business agility even though more than two thirds of survey participants agreed that agile organizations are better able to quickly respond to dynamic business conditions, according to a new survey from CA Technologies ...

August 09, 2017
Alex Fishman
Bugsee

Alongside its clear benefits, DevOps brings unique challenges when developing and operating a mobile environment. Mobile app developers and development teams face a unique set of requirements relating to collaboration, testing, and release. Technology fragmentation, disparate back-end systems, updates that require user action, and poor instrumentation can impede the DevOps process and become critical roadblocks to agile mobile development, ultimately impacting app retention and the bottom line ...

August 07, 2017
Noga Cohen
CA Technologies

A crashing app might be a deal breaker, no matter how heavy the load that an alternative website entry point can handle would be. It is all about quickly verifying compliance against key functional and non-functional requirements in order to meet aggressive release schedules as part of the Go-to-market strategy. This means positioning unit testing, UI testing, API testing, and, of course, performance and load testing — as pillars of SDLC ...

August 03, 2017
Ferruh Mavituna
Netsparker

Most software developers make themselves easy targets for hackers, even when they are behind a corporate firewall, according to a new survey from Netsparker Ltd. ...

August 01, 2017
Dan Timpson
DigiCert

Your top priority is to improve application development agility, but you may run into roadblocks put up by a security team that (mistakenly) believes speed is the enemy of effective cybersecurity. A new survey finds a majority of enterprises are working to overcome those roadblocks by integrating security into their existing DevOps methodology ...

July 31, 2017
Wayne Ariola
Tricentis

Agile development compresses software testing cycles, jeopardizing risk coverage and opening the door for software failures. Here's what you can do ...

July 27, 2017
Aruna Ravichandran
CA Technologies

While 75 percent of organizations highlight continuous testing as critical or important, only a minority of survey respondents have made exceptional progress acquiring the necessary knowledge and key enablers to drive digital transformation, according to a global study by CA Technologies ...

July 25, 2017
Michael Hackett
LogiGear

Test teams feel the need to adopt DevOps, but that migration is not always seamless, according to a new survey by LogiGear. That may be because 25 percent of respondents said their Ops/IT team is always helpful to the test team and its needs; 37 percent said Ops teams regularly help bring about good test environments; 27 percent said Ops can be "slow or difficult" ...

July 24, 2017
Pete Cheslock
Threat Stack

SecOps is a seamless collaboration between your IT security and IT operations teams. The goal is to streamline security processes, and ensure that every piece of code that makes it into production is as secure as possible. If you've ever thought of revamping your company's current security operations to make it more agile, or if you've been thinking about building out a SecOps function, here are 5 tips you should keep in mind ...

July 20, 2017
Tim Bedard
Venafi

Financial services organizations are high value targets for cyber criminals all over the world. Because of this, it is imperative that the keys and certificates used by financial service DevOps teams are properly protected. If not, bad actors can easily exploit cryptographic assets and wreak havoc on sensitive corporate data, all while remaining undetected ...

July 18, 2017
Tim Mackey
Black Duck Software

In the last year, businesses around the globe significantly increased their use of open source and although they readily acknowledge growing concerns about open source-related security and operational risks, the effective management of open source is not keeping pace with the increase in use ...

July 17, 2017
Ruth Zive
Blueprint

A Forrester survey confirmed what high-performance organizations have already said – DevOps is here to stay. Diving into the details, however, the study also shows that the DevOps journey may be in for a rude awakening. Companies in all industries are embracing DevOps for superior productivity, but many organizations struggle to overcome barriers that prevent them from translating these programs into improved business results ...

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