The use of open source software and components continues to grow both in companies and in private projects. But this trend comes with its own set of risks and problems. In an interview at DevOpsCon in Munich, Stanislav Sivak, software and security consultant at Synopsys, talks about the common risks for open source, how to avoid them and what role open source plays in the DevOps universe.
It is no secret that Microsoft has fallen in love with Docker and in this session, Rainer Stropek will show you everything you want to know about the Microsoft-related developments in the Docker universe, demonstrate certain Docker features on Windows 10 and more.
The fifth annual DevOps and Jenkins Community Survey is here and it brings some very interesting insights into the usage of technology environments, adoption of practices and DevOps maturity levels within organizations. Let’s take a closer look at the most interesting highlights.
Developers hate change requests. When someone changes their mind, this means fresh coding, fresh QA testing, and extra work for everybody. This is inefficient and not terribly productive if you are building the same thing multiple times. Debbie Levitt explains why this can be mostly or wholly avoided when engineering collaborates with UX.
“Public Cloud: yes or no?” – a question radically outpaced by the train of technology. More and more companies are looking into the advantages and disadvantages of a public cloud infrastructure. There is no doubt that the public cloud has its advantages. Its elasticity, high vertical integration, and global distribution are ideal for certain applications. However, very few applications really need this, and it’s worth taking a closer look.
Is DevOps already old news? And if this really is the case, is GitOps simply the latest iteration of this concept or is there more to it? We caught up with Tracy Miranda, Director of Open Source Community for CloudBees at JAX London 2018 to talk about the concept behind GitOps, how Jenkins X fits into this new approach and more.
Halloween might be behind us, but here at JAXenter, we still have the spooky atmosphere going! Here are four DevOps stories from hell, guaranteed to give you the chills! And if after reading this post you feel like you may have one or two things to say about it, don’t worry! JAX DevOps 2019 is calling!
In this talk, Kumbirai Tanekha offers some tips and tricks about the best practices for securing containerized applications and how to secure these applications across the DevOps pipeline.
Are you sure the DevOps implementation strategy you use is the right one for your company? We caught up with Liat Palace, Head of Agile and DevOps implementation at Amdocs to talk about what has been missing from DevOps and its future prospects.
Digital transformation is more than just a fad and if you’ve got doubts that DevOps is the new normal, you might be on the wrong side of history. So how can you make sure you get your foot in the door of this growing market? The following attributes should come in handy.
IT/Ops professionals are some of the best paid in the field. Things move fast, with new technology to constantly learn and keep up with. While there is no secret code to earning more, there are some trends between the top earners. What do these DevOps specialists have in common and what should you focus on to move up the ladder?
GitLab is here with yet another version. GitLab 11.4 brings an extensive list of major updates and improvements as well as a couple of deprecations you should keep in mind.
While it’s relatively easy to understand that hybrid configurations allow enterprises to lower expenses while taking advantage of the scale and flexibility that access to a cloud platform provides, a deeper understanding of how workloads affect other variables is vital in determining and optimizing Hybrid Cloud Return on Investment (ROI). In this article, Scott Sanders explains why it’s important to understand the Hybrid Cloud Return on Investment (ROI).
Are self-healing applications on our horizon? CA Technologies’ new AIOps platform hopes to bring us closer to the future of intelligent automation. What are the grand plans for AIOps and is it a potential reality or just another buzzword?