We spoke with Stela Udovicic, Product Marketing Director at VMware Tanzu about the State of Observability Report 2021. Stela discusses increasing cloud complexity and its drawbacks, what observability red flags to watch out for, predictions for 2022, and more.
We interviewed Sheen Khoury, Chief Revenue Officer at OpsRamp. See what three key features that enterprise IT teams should evaluate while selecting a Digital Operations Management platform and how platforms are addressing the need to shift to digital-first solutions.
Through DevSecOps, the traditional security engagement turns into proactive security measures integrated within the software development life cycle (SDLC). Thanks to this evolved approach, both continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) approaches facilitate continuous testing and evaluation of the software code all through the development process.
DevOps allows businesses to keep the software updates flowing without any human involvement. Adopting DevOps means adapting to the change prevalent in the software world to deliver quality with agility. Want to know what’s the mantra that leads to DevOps transformation success?
We spoke with Nigel Kersten about the latest State of DevOps Report. Over 2,400 IT professionals in development, info security, and related areas from around the world responded. What were the key findings? What will the year 2021 have in stock for the DevOps movement?
In this article, Brian Dawson, DevOps Evangelist and Senior Senior Product Marketing Director, Cloudbees discusses a new way of working and collaborating. Full adoption of DevOps practices will include increased resilience of IT systems, a high focus on the importance of ethics in technology and real alignment between Dev, Ops and beyond.
We spoke with Matt Biilmann, CEO and co-founder of Netlify about Jamstack and why it is such a strong stack for the serverless model. Discover what some of the current challenges are for serverless models, how to overcome them, and see what the future holds.
“Cloud-native” apps are designed to take advantage of a distributed systems environment, increasing the applications’ performance, scalability and fault tolerance. In this article, Erica Langhi will share insight into the key requirements for making your app development approach fully “cloud-native”.
The calendar date has changed, but we are still facing many of the structural stressors and unpredictable issues of 2020. Last year, we saw huge changes in software delivery and faced new challenges in every enterprise. So, where do we go in 2021 and how can we plan ahead?
We spoke with Ciaran Byrne, VP of product management at OpsRamp about how the pandemic has challenged ITOps, explored some best practices, and looked at the future of OpsRamp. Which tools and/or technologies will be the most popular for ITOps pros in 2021?
Scaling existing systems is hard. Scaling existing systems while also introducing new applications that need to be imminently scaled nationwide can feel impossible. This article examines some of the challenges that stand between Dev and Ops and closer cooperation and how to combat them.
Adopting open standards for Kubernetes is relatively easy to do. Maintaining these standards, however, requires your team to be active and vigilant. To implement open standards correctly, DevOps teams need to appraise the existing standards, understand how they can lapse within an organisation, and appreciate the importance of working with the open source community to create and maintain the standards.
Your organization is likely wasting money and time maintaining and integrating legacy and/or disconnected tools that aren’t worth the effort. As well, tools overload contributes needlessly to data noise rather than focusing on the data sets which are most critical to maintaining healthy service levels for the business.
What is the current role of the Configuration Management Database (CMDB)? These systems are important for overall configuration management, governance and DevOps coordination. This article takes a look at its past, present, and evolving future and the benefits of integrating the CMDB with existing IT operation systems.