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May 09, 2017
Tim Bedard
Venafi

DevOps teams bring significant benefits to their organizations. Unfortunately, DevOps teams, like many business programs, tend to believe innovation must come with a detriment to security. Security measures are often seen as obstacles that impact the agility that DevOps teams rely on ...

May 08, 2017
Erik Thoen
128 Technology

With increased competition, enterprises now require greater agility than ever before, and traditional approaches simply can’t provide the speed enterprises demand. To remain competitive with these new players, companies need to improve their operational agility both in the data center and the WAN ...

May 04, 2017
Mark Levy
Micro Focus

There is no "right" culture for DevOps, but characteristics such as open communication, high cooperation, collaboration, respect, and trust are essential. If your organization does not have these characteristics, they must be developed. Culture is learned, not inherited. It must be genuinely nurtured by everyone from executive management on down the line. Here are some hacks to help develop a positive DevOps culture ...

May 02, 2017
Michael Hackett
LogiGear

Nearly half agree that test automation continues to be their biggest challenge because of misunderstandings about the process and needed education about tools at the management level, according to a new survey by LogiGear ...

May 01, 2017
Jerome Okutho
nClouds

Thanks to cloud computing, businesses have moved away from siloed departments to a DevOps approach where IT teams and software developers can work together with greater ease. As a result, companies are now able to innovate faster and adapt to changes with greater ease and efficiency. In this blog, we'll explore a few ways in which an optimized cloud strategy and implementing DevOps as a culture could transform IT departments ...

April 27, 2017
Eric Robertson
CollabNet

In a movement that has gained momentum as quickly as DevOps has, it's always good to stop from time to time and evaluate where we are, where we have come from, and where we are going. We asked four industry experts some questions about the progress of ALM and DevOps ...

April 26, 2017
Scott Klein
Atlassian

It's easy to ignore downtime. But ignoring downtime is a surefire way to upset your customers and your colleagues. More and more, teams need to think about shipping stellar experiences. Proper incident response is a great place to start ...

April 24, 2017
Ayal Zylberman
QualiTest Group

The expectation of regular software updates – it's what developers are tasked with, and what users expect and demand. Increased functionality, better performance, and fewer bugs – often in a week or less. Automation of critical processes such as QA can help meet the gargantuan task of constant updates, but it can also send your software into a death spiral of user abandonment unless deployed correctly ...

March 30, 2017
Kalyan Ramanathan
Sumo Logic

As trends like cloud computing and DevOps become the de facto standard, organizations are increasingly looking for next-generation analytics tools and services that provide continuous intelligence to help them build, run and secure modern applications, and accelerate their journey to the cloud, according to a new study with UBM Technology titled The New Normal: Cloud, DevOps and SaaS Analytics Tools Reign in the Modern App Era ...

March 28, 2017
Steven Job
Tiggee

DNS (Domain Name System) management is important, yet often overlooked as a part of a developer's stack. Those underutilizing DNS either don't have a solid understanding of how it works or they don't know how to leverage the system for their own needs ...

March 27, 2017
Chris O'Malley
Compuware

A recent survey, conducted by Forrester and commissioned by Compuware, showed 96 percent of new business initiatives involve the mainframe. However, the platform is not without challenges. The survey also revealed frustration and concern among development leaders, particularly when it comes to their team's ability to accommodate the speed and agility required to compete in today's digital market ...

March 23, 2017
Derek Weeks
Sonatype

Mature development organizations ensure automated security is woven into their DevOps practice, early, everywhere, and at scale, according to Sonatype's 2017 DevSecOps Community Survey ...

March 21, 2017
Derek Weeks
Sonatype

When it comes to food, we all know what's considered "good" and what's "bad". We can all understand this simple rule when eating. But for many, when it comes to software development, simple rules and advice from nutritional labels aren't always there for us ...

March 20, 2017
Greg Law
Undo

Monitoring and understanding what software is really doing, and maintaining good levels of software quality is increasingly important to software vendors today. Even a minor bug is capable of shutting down whole systems, and there is a real risk that development cycle pressure competes with quality assurance best practices ...

March 16, 2017
Shashi Kiran
Quali

More than half (54 percent) of IT professionals surveyed indicate they have no access to self-service infrastructure, according to a new DevOps survey of 2,000 IT industry executives by Quali.This means that more than half of respondents take a ticket-based approach to infrastructure delivery, impacting productivity and increasing time to market ...

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