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Trust in Cloud Providers is a Developer Issue

2 days 7 hours ago

Earlier this summer, we worked with ClearPath Strategies to ask developers about the level of trust they have in their various cloud service providers. What we learned spoke volumes: While developers’ familiarity and comfort with Amazon, Microsoft and Google position these well-known cloud providers as market frontrunners, developers often do not agree with the companies’ […]

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Blair Lyon

Energy Efficiency and the Data Center

2 days 7 hours ago

The IT industry has historically been a leader in the ongoing race to reduce CO2 emissions. Reducing emissions is good for the environment and for the corporate bottom line. The data center is well-known as a voracious data consumer. But the data center consumption findings keep pace with the trend. Even in the face of […]

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Tony Craythorne

CNCF Adopts Meshery to Advance Service Mesh Management

2 days 17 hours ago

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) announced this week during the ServiceMeshCon/KubeCon + CloudNativeCon conference that Meshery, a service mesh management plane created by Layer5, has become a sandbox-level project. In addition, Layer5 has also donated Service Mesh Performance (SMP), a set of tools for measuring the efficiency of a service mesh, to the CNCF. […]

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Mike Vizard

What Does the Future of DevOps Look Like?

2 days 21 hours ago

During the past couple of years, we have seen a rapid acceleration of digital transformation. Many businesses have been leveraging the benefits of DevOps and the cloud to accelerate their digital transformation journeys. With so many changes going on in the industry, it is time to take a look ahead at what DevOps is becoming […]

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Veronica Haggar

Top 5 Must-Haves for IaC Automation Tools

3 days 7 hours ago

These days, there are a lot of different DevOps tools to accomplish a lot of different jobs. Almost daily another startup comes out with a new and innovative product or a newer (maybe even better) version of existing tools. One of the biggest innovations has been infrastructure-as-code (IaC). Giving infrastructure admins and developers alike the […]

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Tim Davis

Rethinking Your Approach to Ops Governance

3 days 7 hours ago

The “You build it, you run it” approach has changed the mindset of modern organizations that are increasingly adopting DevOps practices. No longer completely beholden to the requirements of operations, engineering teams are continually acquiring more autonomy to deliver rapid innovation. At the same time, more organizations are adopting platform teams to accelerate development, empowering […]

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Ryan Taylor

Techstrong Research Bolsters Focus on Business Value and Outcomes of Disruptive Technologies with Addition of Hurwitz & Associates

4 days ago

Judith Hurwitz, Daniel Kirsch and company bring extensive experience in technology and market research, management and strategy consulting, business and go-to-market planning to Techstrong Group business unit Boca Raton, Fla. — October 13, 2021 — Techstrong Group, the power source for people and technology, announced today that Hurwitz & Associates will join Techstrong Research. The Hurwitz & Associates […]

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Veronica Haggar

New Relic I/O Aims to Simplify Instrumentation

4 days ago

New Relic today at the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America conference launched a New Relic Instant Observability (I/O) initiative through which it is making available open source tools to simplify application instrumentation. Marck Robinson, senior vice president for engineering at New Relic, said the catalog of tools will help DevOps teams instrument a much wider […]

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Mike Vizard

New Relic Launches Industry’s Largest Open Source Ecosystem of Quickstarts and Partner Integrations to Help Every Engineer Embrace Observability in Minutes

4 days 1 hour ago

Company doubles down on open source commitment with New Relic Instant Observability, an open catalog of 400+ quickstarts to help engineers instrument, dashboard and alert their entire stack Leading enterprise technologies such as Cribl, Fastly, Gigamon, Kentik, Lacework and Trend Micro contribute to accelerate adoption of observability by all engineers San Francisco, CA – October […]

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Veronica Haggar

Why You Need a Value Stream Delivery Platform

4 days 7 hours ago

While the pandemic was significantly challenging for businesses, it exposed the need to quickly adapt and change. Software products for internal or client use continue to provide an opportunity for a competitive edge in nearly any industry. Businesses will immerse themselves and compete in the digital economy by consistently producing better software products at an […]

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Eric Billingsley

The Inevitability of Multi-Cloud-Native Apps

5 days 6 hours ago

We all know the story: Enterprises moved to the cloud. They learned about data center virtualization and multi-tenancy and self-service developer provisioning. Along came Kubernetes, and they moved to cloud-native, where they learned about automation, DevOps and infrastructure-as-code (IaC). Now, even though most enterprises are still figuring out how to do cloud-native at scale, there’s […]

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Somik Behera

5 Steps to Succeed With Blue-Green Deployment

5 days 7 hours ago

By allowing teams to maintain two production-ready environments at the same time, the blue-green deployment technique can significantly boost reliability. But blue-green deployment can also be difficult to execute and manage. Let’s unpack how blue-green deployment works, why it’s important and which best practices to follow for blue-green deployment success. Blue-Green Deployment, Defined Blue-green deployment […]

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JJ Tang

Mastering API Gateways for the Modern Cloud-Native Enterprise

5 days 7 hours ago

As modern enterprises continue migrating to the cloud and the need for connected applications and devices dramatically increases, API-driven architectures are being widely adopted. In addition to the convenience of being able to efficiently connect and share resources, organizations benefit from the innovation and accelerated development speed that APIs bring in multi-cloud environments. APIs are […]

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Gérald Croës

LF Networking (LFN) Adds to Open Source Portfolio

5 days 22 hours ago

At the online Open Networking & Edge Summit + Kubernetes on Edge Day event LF Networking (LFN), an arm of the Linux Foundation focused on networking, today added several projects that promise to make it simpler to programmatically manage networking services based on open source software. Walmart is contributing a L3AF project for managing network […]

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Mike Vizard

Closing the Education Gap for IoT Developers

6 days 7 hours ago

The most common thing I hear from developers who are building internet of things (IoT) solutions is: It isn’t easy. And it’s not. Not because of a lack of skill—the developers I interact with are incredibly talented. There’s also no shortage of technologies to choose from for deploying an IoT solution. The challenge often comes […]

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Steve Hegenderfer

Does Shift Left Matter to SREs?

6 days 7 hours ago

If you’re a software engineer, you’ve likely heard all about shift left, a practice that can streamline certain aspects of software development. But shift left isn’t just for developers. It can be equally valuable for site reliability engineers (SREs). Although the main mission of SREs is ensuring the reliability of software after it has been […]

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JJ Tang

Snyk Extends Tools Portfolio to Drive DevSecOps Adoption

1 week 1 day ago

During its online SnykCon 2021 conference this week, Snyk extended Snyk Code, a static application security testing (SAST) tool that already supports the Java, JavaScript and Python programming languages to include support for C#, Ruby, PHP and Go. At the same time, Snyk Open Source, a platform for remediating open source vulnerabilities, has been extended […]

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