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Sling yourself to Singapore with an early bird ticket

DevOpsCon Singapore very early bird offer ends January 23

DevOpsCon is an international phenomenon with talks and workshops from thought leaders and specialists in the field. It’s the crucible of DevOps innovation and somewhere you want to be if networking is on your agenda. The very early bird discount for DevOpsCon Singapore ends on January 23rd.

Code discussion, pull requests, and more

Open source all-in-one DevOps platform: OneDev’s UI is easy to use

Variety is the spice of life, and now there is another DevOps platform to choose from. OneDev is a new, all-in-one, open source Git server with a simple to use UI, customizable issue states and fields, and auto-refreshing issue boards. Browse some of its features and see how it compares to other popular tools. Who knows, maybe OneDev is the platform that you have been searching for.

Integrating data engineering into operations

5 critical issues solved by DataOps

What does the future of operations look like? This article examines the practical uses of DataOps, its advantages, and how it can solve critical issues. DataOps integrates development processes and data management functions, improves data-focused communication, and brings your business up to a higher level of efficiency.

Keeping up with the movement

5 DevOps trends everyone should get ready for in 2020

Are you ready for DevOps in 2020? As DevOps matures, prepare yourself for the coming decade and brush up on the top 5 DevOps trends that will become relevant in the new year and beyond. Organizations will want to stay up to date with DevSecOps, cloud-native DevOps, Google’s Golang, increasing automation possibilities, and more.

Adjusting business processes

Trouble with DevOps? Make sure you have these 4 components

There are four key components of integrating successful DevOps practices within your team. If you feel like you are losing control of the culture shift, make sure you have these four important components in order. It takes communication, tools, education, and leadership to properly integrate DevOps into an organization.

Staggered deployments

Canary deployments for IT operations

Canary deployments are a commonly-used DevOps practice for staggered rollouts, sending small updates to groups in order to catch and fix issues. Ultimately, experimenting with DevOps practices such as canary deployments can help IT (and IT operations) bridge the gap with the business and deliver more value, faster.

Watch Stephan Lange's DevOpsCon session

Beyond DevOps – Holistic transformations in uncertain times

In this talk, Stephan Lange will highlight examples where companies are doing well and also where they struggle. The intent is to focus on the value story of an enterprise rather than implementing initiatives that solve small parts of the business challenge. Watch Stephen Lange’s session from DevOpsCon.

How to improve productivity

DevOps through container registry

A container registry is nothing more than a collection of container images that lets you organize and store images. This repository provides a focal location for publishing, storing, locating, downloading, and managing container images. By using a container registry, you save time and money, and easily automate the software distribution. This article discusses its importance and how to improve productivity.

Watch Adam Nowak's DevOpsCon session

How we killed DevOps by creating a dedicated DevOps team

Discover Adam Nowak’s story about DevOps and the challenges he and his team encountered when they did not have a dedicated Ops role. See how these real scenarios were handled, what lessons were learned, and where you and your team should focus their energy on. Sit back and take an educational video break.

Watch J. Paul Reed's DevOps Conference session

DevOps – The Troubles Of Automating All The Things

A culture of automation is such a cornerstone of DevOps, one of it’s oldest, most famous tropes is “automate ALL the things”. But are there things we maybe shouldn’t automate? What if how we go about automating things is actively causing us pain in the form of incidents? Watch this DevOpsCon talk by Netflix’s J. Paul Reed to find out more.