We caught up with Julia Wester, 55 Degrees AB, at DevOpsCon Munich and spoke to her about turning binary thinking into better software development. Watch the interview to find out what she had to say.
The software company Sonatype has released its seventh annual DevSecOps Community Survey, in which it reveals some interesting findings. According to the data, not only does DevSecOps make code more secure, but it is also makes developers happier! Let’s take a closer look.
As more organizations adopt DevOps automation and strategies, usage of automation evolves. In 2020, there are several changes you are apt to see, such as seamless infrastructure, AI and data science collaborations, zero-touch automation, and more. Read on to discover what are the biggest automation trends of 2020, and how they might impact your pipelines.
Our new webinar series Devs@Home brings IT experts into your (home) office. In today’s webinar, L Körbes will show us how to speed up deployment time with the aim of getting the process so slick that it takes just 1 second! Even if 1 second seems like a pipe dream, L is sure to have some suggestions that could help you accelerate your “from code change to process running” benchmark faster.
Remember that adopting DevOps takes time and effort, requires strong management and team support, and must be implemented on par with the organization’s goals. Avoid these five common mistakes!
DevOps is required for the smooth flow of engineering efficiency hand overall growth; it’s more about trying to execute more frequent changes safely in a complex environment through continuous learning. See some important elements and strategies.
DevOps is a software development strategy that combines development and operations teams. It typically emphasizes agile methodologies, automation, and continuous integration / continuous delivery (CI/CD). It is designed to produce and release quality software at high speed. In this article, you will learn about various methods of securing your DevOps pipelines.
With the release of Istio 1.5, the service mesh underwent a remarkable change from a collection of microservices to a single binary, or monolith. We got in touch with some of the Istio team and talked to Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM Lin Sun and IBM Distinguished Engineer Daniel Berg about the new update and what the future holds.
The ideal solution is a central monitoring approach that can provide monitoring for multiple platforms within a single console. With a comprehensive, unified monitoring approach, you can significantly increase the efficiency of your applications. This article looks at what a modern application monitoring solution should be capable of.
The stakes are higher. Security must be the number one priority. Agile, MicroServices and DevOps are all disciplines that have worked hard to increase the rate at which software can adapt to changing business requirements. How do we bake security into the mix so we don’t end up adding it badly in a rush at the end? The answer is DevSecOps.
DevSecOps isn’t always about success. Senior IT Security Consultant at mgm security partners, Maximiliane Zirm shares the successes, mistakes, and lessons learned in the area of DevSecOps during a large project What’s the verdict: Just how practical is DevSecOps? Find out in this field report from DevOpsCon.
Watch CEO of Clasnostic, Tobias Kunze discuss how to manage your microservice ecosystem for business agility in this session from DevOpsCon. He focuses on the challenges that he faced and demonstrates how to manage a service landscape and take control of the ecosystem.
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 super early bird discount for DevOpsCon Berlin ends on March 5th.
With Kubernetes gaining so much popularity over the years since it was introduced, it has now become the new Application Server. With most enterprises starting to embrace Serverless architectures, developers wished to have a platform like Kubernetes but with the capability to handle serverless workloads. As a result, Knative (Snow White) was born in Kubernetes Fairyland…