Only a holistic approach of automation, orchestration and correlation leads to intelligent remediation in agile DevSecOps environments that will help you manage and reduce your software exposure. Find out more about DevSecOps in this session by Gunner Winkenwerder at DevOpsCon.
What will 2020 look like in terms of AI and AIOps? I thought I’d break this down into three distinct areas: technology, market and users. For each of these I’ve come up with five major trends which I think will have significant impact on how AIOps, and AI in general, evolves over the next twelve months. At the outset I’d like to say that the most significant changes will be seen in user behaviors and user practices, this is the year where we will see substantial transformation. But, let’s start with the five technology trends…
Since DevSecOps is such a prominent topic as we move into 2020 that we decided to ask five experts their opinions on the subject of security roles being integrated into DevOps. In this first part of our panel series we ask two questions: What is DevSecOps? Where is it easy and where is it difficult to keep an eye on security? Here’s what our experts had to say.
In Andrew Martin’s session, learn about supply chain tools like Grafeas, Kritis, in-toto, Clair, Micro Scanner, TUF, and Notary. Catch a demonstration on how to gate container image pipelines and deployments on cryptographically verified supply chain metadata.
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.
It’s a tradition for news and information sites to ask industry leaders for their New Year’s predictions. We approached veteran industry leader Tim Armandpour, SVP of engineering at PagerDuty and a former senior director of engineering at PayPal, for his. His prediction is that it will all be about predictions.
Working with Terraform infrastructure-as-code can sometimes be a bit of a headache when it comes to tracking security misconfigurations and compliance violations, but now Fugue has open sourced their Regula tool to assist engineers with maintaining vigilance. Let’s take a closer look.
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.
Weekly Review: Jakarta EE 9 release plan, DevOps trends in 2020 and JDK 14 enters Rampdown Phase Two
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, the Java world was even busier than usual: JDK 14 reached another milestone and we got hold of some insider knowledge on the release plan for Jakarta EE 9. The year has just started, so we also took a look at 2020’s five DevOps trends.
In order to keep up with consumer demands and increased market competition, businesses know that speedy deployment is crucial and is one of the key components of DevOps metrics. You have to keep releasing new, responsive updates. DevSecOps can help promote faster deployment times and enhance security.
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.
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.
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.
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.