This article by Andrew Davis takes a look at maturity models and what improvements can be made to this method when embarking on your DevOps journey. Find out ways to improve your organization and how to learn from the scientific method.
Bolting on security as a phase in the DevOps process, or after, misses out on the bigger picture approach that security can provide across code, clouds and infrastructure. Instead, it is worth spending the time to build security into the development process.
To release or not to release? That is the question. Often, however, the decision is made on a gut call rather than concrete data. Having access to data, along with a structured deployment process can help avoid releasing buggy software.
The evolution of DevOps to AIOps and now PrivacyOps is a clear indication these frameworks will continue to evolve and adapt which will further help organizations create single teams that work in collaboration towards several organizational goals and objectives.
To mark the release of Moogsoft Enterprise 8.0 we caught up with Will Cappelli, CTO EMEA and Global VP of Product Strategy at Moogsoft. We talked about the AIOps platform, the new ability to create virtual Network Operations Centers, the long-term effects of COVID-19 on the industry, and the future of AIOps.
So, how does an interconnected, collaborative, information-driven software organisation create business value using software delivery management? This post by Anders Wallgren is part three in a series about SDM.
Software Delivery Management (SDM), changes the game by going beyond CI/CD and empowering developers and other stakeholders to best collaborate and creatively solve problems. This post by Anders Wallgren is part two in a series about SDM.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, we launched our big DevOps survey, found out how to integrate Python with Java, and learned how to keep networks secure while working remotely. We also took a deep dive into the MVC web framework Go-Web.
Take these DevOps lessons from the field and begin your journey towards higher team morale, better communication, and a more accurate view of the big picture. Tiffany Jachja shares her insider tips, advice, and critical observations for improving DevOps.
What is DevOps? This question has no clear answer, because the truth lies somewhere between corporate culture, tooling, methodology and different approaches to working. Nevertheless, there are of course factors that give an indication of the extent to which DevOps has arrived in a company or a team. With our large DevOps survey we want to find out how your company is doing with the implementation of DevOps.
This article looks at the best ways to keep your corporate network secure and agile during the Coronavirus pandemic. And while mainly written with DevOps managers in mind, there are also plenty of key points for remote working developers to think about – after all, we need to support one another as a team during these tough times!
Our new DevOps Magazine is a great resource for all things DevOps. The first issue is all about continuous integration and continuous delivery. Interviews with a panel of seven CI/CD experts and articles on building a strong CI/CD pipeline are just the tip of the iceberg. There’s plenty more packed into this magazine that’s bursting with great content. Download it now for free!
Security can no longer afford to be at the end of the DevOps process. It needs to be integrated into every step of both development and operations to eliminate vulnerabilities before the application is shipped. In essence, DevOps needs to evolve into DevSecOps.
With infrastructure as code (IaC), you write declarative instructions about compute, storage and network requirements for the infra and execute it. How does this compare to platform as code (PaC) and what did these two concepts develop in response to?