Product managers are essential for a company’s long-term success, setting the foundation for a company to operate at scale. Michael Torres explains why product managers are no longer a luxury.
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As organizations begin to fully embrace the “DevOps way,” the cloud enables everyone involved to work on the same code – writing, testing, conducting quality assurance, deploying and updating – at the same time, regardless of physical location. In this article, Eran Kinsbruner, Chief Evangelist at Perfecto discusses the advantages of cloud-based testing solutions and the challenges teams should prepare for when testing in the cloud.
What most large organisations are missing is a unified view of their data applications. Without this, there is no magic bullet to improve your data operations, make applications reliable and improve overall system and application delivery efficiency. Kunal Agarwal, CEO of Unravel Data, talks about some common challenges for data operations teams and how to overcome them.
HashiCorp’s Vault hit 1.0 in December 2018 and even though it marked a major milestone, the latest release is no less impressive; Vault 1.1 introduces significant new functionality. This version arrives with a bunch of new features, secure workflow enhancements, general improvements, and bug fixes in tow.
Containerisation is potentially the biggest milestone of the ongoing cloud revolution. However, there are a few obstacles still standing in the way. Anil Kumar, the Director of Product Management at Couchbase, discusses the obstacles and explains why revolutions will only benefit the business if the entire organisation is brought along.
Apple’s press event at its California HQ included a bunch of announcements such as the launch of Apple Card, a paid-for News+ service and a new premium TV offering, to name a few. However, what we’re interested in is the new Swift version, which represents a major milestone in the evolution of this language.
AIOps holds out the promise of delivering to busy CIOs and sysadmins the sort of AI support they need to make sense of the ever-growing complexity of their IT environments. However, there are a few things you need to take into consideration before you plunge into AIOps. Jiayi Hoffman, a data science architect at OpsRamp, goes over the five essential steps to prepare for AIOps.
Choosing the members of your distributed team wisely and making them feel close even when they’re thousands of miles away can help you win half of the fight. The other half is a well-designed management plan that works both for you and your team – at least this is what worked for the team at Sematext. Here’s how you might want to go about it.
It’s been eight months since Istio 1.0 was released so now it’s time to welcome the next version. The theme for 1.1 is Enterprise Ready, which means the team has worked hard to make sure companies using Istio will have a smooth ride.
There are a lot of improvements in the newest Thorntail release. Previously known as WildFly Swarm, Thorntail now works with Java 11 and MicroProfile 2.2. What else is in store?
When you are planning to transition into the cloud, you may wonder how many Kubernetes clusters you will need. If you want to learn how to create isolated stages within a Kubernetes cluster, this article is for you. Michael Frembs also discusses the advantages and disadvantages of multiple stages.
As DevOps matured within organizations, the process became efficient and fast, but security ended up falling to the wayside. In this article, Gary Stevens explains why security is infiltrating DevOps and how the growth of DevSecOps creates a noticeable drop in the rate of data and security breaches.
Why aren’t there more women in tech? “We lack role models, and we lack support every step of the way”
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? Two years ago, we launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Dr. Kim Nilsson, Co-Founder and CEO at Pivigo.
It’s been almost two years since Docker donated containerd, its core container runtime, to CNCF. containerd is now the fifth project to graduate, following Kubernetes, Prometheus, Envoy, and CoreDNS.