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Sumo Logic Extends Observability Reach to AWS Lambda

1 day 6 hours ago

At the AWS re:Invent conference this week, Sumo Logic announced that in addition to collecting log data, metrics and traces, it now can collect telemetry data from the Lambda serverless computing service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS). In addition to collecting telemetry data, Sumo Logic also revealed that the Sumo Logic Continuous Intelligence Platform […]

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Mike Vizard

AWS Unfurls Bevy of Automation Tools to Streamline DevOps

1 day 9 hours ago

At the AWS re:Invent conference, Amazon Web Services (AWS) added a bevy of tools to its portfolio intended to accelerate the pace of application development while simultaneously simplifying DevOps processes. AWS development tools unveiled this week include AWS Amplify Studio, a visual development environment that allows developers to create web application user interfaces (UIs) with […]

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Mike Vizard

Is TypeScript the New JavaScript?

1 day 14 hours ago

While JavaScript is frequently the language of choice for all sizes of frontend and backend applications, it’s not the only option; nor is it necessarily the most efficient or cost-effective. Increasingly, TypeScript is becoming the go-to language for app development—particularly for larger apps. The time- and cost-saving benefits are significant enough that some organizations are […]

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Vyacheslav Gorlov

Why Do You Need GitHub Backup?

2 days 14 hours ago

You’ve probably heard the joke that there are two types of people in IT: Those who do backups and those who will start. Though it’s still valid, this joke has become less relevant to businesses and professionals. The IT industry has been increasing expenditures on security for years, and backup is a critical area. However, […]

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Tomasz Lisowski

Does Your Organization Need a Data Diet?

3 days 14 hours ago

The scenario is all-too-familiar: There’s a security breach, and afterward, the affected organization asks what it must do to better protect its data. But what if that organization never collected and stored that sensitive information in the first place? Often, the best defense against an embarrassing and costly breach is to collect only data that […]

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Pilar Garcia

Will Automation Fill Gaps Left by the ‘Great Resignation’?

3 days 15 hours ago

Between burnout, job-hopping and the ongoing pandemic, labor shortages will surely get worse before they get better, and automation is increasingly sought after as a way to mitigate the ripple effects of understaffed IT departments. For DevOps, automation has several benefits, from freeing up employees to work on more constructive tasks to minimizing software bugs […]

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Nathan Eddy

The ‘Great Resignation’ in DevOps? Bah, Humbug

4 days 4 hours ago

Like me, you have probably heard a lot about the “Great Resignation” lately. I’ll admit—at first I did not think it had anything to with tech jobs, especially not DevOps or cybersecurity jobs. After all, there aren’t many workers in those fields who aren’t well-paid (though, of course, when it comes to pay, it’s all […]

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Alan Shimel

GraphQL as a Meta Layer

4 days 15 hours ago

There’s a lot of interest in GraphQL lately. The query language is excellent for data retrieval, and it could act as a more usable mechanism to evolve the traditional REST API integration approach. But as adoption grows steadily, architects are now considering the implications of managing GraphQL at scale. Certain issues may hinder GraphQL in […]

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Bill Doerrfeld

Fugue Marries Compliance-as-Code Tool to AWS Well-Architected Framework

5 days 3 hours ago

Fugue has infused the best practices defined by Amazon Web Services (AWS) within its software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering for provisioning infrastructure using its infrastructure-as-code (IaC) platform. Fugue CEO Josh Stella said that IT teams can now evaluate templates for provisioning AWS infrastructure that were created using AWS CloudFormation or Terraform tools to ensure they comply with […]

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Mike Vizard

WhiteSource Report Finds NPM Vulnerabilities Fixed Fast

5 days 8 hours ago

WhiteSource today published a report that found most of the vulnerabilities that affect node package managers (NPMs), widely employed to deploy JavaScript applications, are addressed long before they are assigned a Common Vulnerabilities and Exposure (CVE) in the National Vulnerability Database (NVD). The report, based on an analysis of the vulnerabilities that WhiteSource tracks in […]

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Mike Vizard

FinConDX: Leveraging DevOps in FinTech

5 days 9 hours ago

The FinTech industry has experienced remarkable growth during the last couple of years as consumers increasingly turn to online shopping and contactless payments. Financial services organizations are adopting DevOps practices to enable faster software releases, improve quality and fulfill customer expectations. On Dec. 9, financial services and tech leaders will come together at FinConDX Virtual […]

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Veronica Haggar

A Pro Football Approach to Agile Vs. DevOps

5 days 14 hours ago

Enterprises and professional football teams have a lot in common. The pressures of being more agile, more resilient while ensuring performance is felt both on and off the field. For CIOs, surviving and thriving requires a serious focus on operations tied to business mandates and growth. I am frequently asked questions around infrastructure and operations […]

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Rich Lane

The Next Evolutions of DevOps

5 days 15 hours ago

As society continues to recover from the global COVID-19 pandemic and some semblance of normal starts to return, technology continues to move forward. The pandemic certainly changed what normal means and people, processes and technologies all have adapted and evolved to meet those challenges. The narrative that the pandemic caused of your organization’s digital transformation […]

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Ravi Lachhman

Digital Transformation Driving VSM Adoption

1 week 3 days ago

The number of organizations using value stream management (VSM) to bridge the divide between DevOps and the rest of the business is expected to dramatically increase over the next two years. The shift is due, in part, to investments in digital business transformation initiatives. A survey of more than 500 executives, IT and business leaders […]

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