13 hours 38 minutes ago
DevOps encompasses a wide variety of technical and social practices for improving the development, delivery and operation of IT systems. Salesforce has become more than a CRM system; it evolved into a full-featured ecosystem and a low-code platform that made development far simpler and more approachable than traditional code-based platforms. Cross-functional teams build on Salesforce […]
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14 hours 8 minutes ago
The number of data breaches publicly reported in 2021 far exceeded the total for 2020, making 2021 a record year. With cyberattacks on the rise and bad actors and ransomware gangs demanding millions in ransom, cybersecurity has taken on new urgency. In addition to more sophisticated hacking techniques, the rapid pace of tech adoption during […]
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3 days 6 hours ago
CircleCI has added a free unlimited access tier to its continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform. Jim Rose, CircleCI CEO, said in contrast to other ‘freemium’ offerings, CircleCI’s free tier provides developers and DevOps teams with frictionless access to all the premium capabilities of the platform. Those capabilities include up to 6,000 build minutes per month, […]
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3 days 13 hours ago
As ransomware continues to plague organizations across industries, remote work continues and innovation brings with it new threat vectors for bad actors to exploit, 2022 is poised to be another messy year in cybersecurity. In July 2021 alone, organizations lost $45 million to ransomware. What’s more, ransomware costs are projected to reach $265 billion by […]
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3 days 14 hours ago
Organizations plan to address access management over the next 12 months, as the need to secure and streamline infrastructure-wide access controls serves as a prerequisite to other initiatives, like zero-trust. This was one of the key findings of a survey of 600 DevOps professionals conducted by Pollfish and sponsored by strongDM. The report also found […]
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4 days 7 hours ago
A global survey of 1,600 enterprise IT decision-makers found more than half are working for organizations that plan to eliminate the use of data centers over the next two years. The survey was conducted by Aryaka, a provider of a secure access service edge (SASE) platform, and found a quarter of the respondents have closed […]
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4 days 13 hours ago
One of the biggest cybersecurity risks involves vulnerabilities in the application layer. After all, the best firewall is useless if the web application itself is vulnerable. Many companies have worked to mitigate these risks by investing in their AppSec programs. According to a recent whitepaper written by ESG (commissioned by Synopsys), 71% of companies surveyed now use […]
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4 days 14 hours ago
Though sometimes described as competing architectures, API management and service mesh have slightly different use cases and can actually work well together. Whereas API management provides the business logic for outside-facing traffic, a service mesh excels at handling intercommunication between microservices. An organization could certainly adopt both simultaneously across their projects. So, when does it […]
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We are very proud to announce the winners of the DevOps Dozen² Awards for 2021. For the past seven years, the DevOps Dozen² Awards have recognized the stars of the DevOps community. Over the years, we have expanded the scope of the awards to honor a dozen DevOps tools and services as well as a […]
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5 days 4 hours ago
Harness today announced a free community edition of its continuous delivery (CD) platform is now available under a source-available license rather than a more traditional open source license. Scott Sanchez, chief marketing officer for Harness, said the goal is to make CD as accessible to developers and DevOps teams as their current CI platform. Harness […]
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5 days 7 hours ago
Testlio announced today it is adding fused testing capability to its application testing platform; Testlio is used by IT organizations to manage application testing teams consisting of internal employees and external contractors vetted by Testlio. Fused testing describes the combination of automated and manual testing IT organizations use to improve overall productivity. Fused testing strikes […]
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5 days 13 hours ago
Testing can be one of the more time-consuming aspects of the DevOps process. It can be exhaustive, frustrating, requires a lot of hands-on labor hours and people seldom enjoy it. But testing is vital, and no developer should simply skip it. Recently, a strong trend has emerged wherein DevOps experts encouraged developers to automate their […]
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5 days 14 hours ago
A while back, I had the opportunity to look closely at DevSecOps tools (as the market currently defines them). There was a lot to like, and they are moving forward to a “Find all of the vulnerabilities, all of the time” future … Except there will be new vulnerabilities that aren’t as easy to catch […]
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6 days ago
A recent meeting between IT industry leaders and White House officials highlighted open source software sustainability concerns as high-profile breaches and zero-day attacks have many organizations reviewing their software supply chains. The White House published a statement describing, among other things, how participants had a “substantive and constructive” discussion on how to make a difference […]
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6 days 5 hours ago
GrammaTech today updated its CodeSentry code inspection platform to include the ability to create a software bill of materials (SBOM) by analyzing application binaries. Walter Capitani, director of technical product management for GrammaTech, said version 3.0 of CodeSentry leverages the algorithms the company uses for binary software composition analysis to enable organizations to better address […]
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6 days 13 hours ago
Recently, there’s been a lot of attention paid to software supply chain security. In particular, here’s a quote from the May 2021 presidential executive order on improving the nation’s cybersecurity: “The Federal government must … advance toward zero trust architecture; accelerate movement to secure cloud services, including … platform as a service (PaaS).” There are […]
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6 days 14 hours ago
The use of APIs and microservices is increasing—a recent study from F5 estimated that the industry is approaching 200 million total APIs. As organizations expand their use of APIs and microservices, they inevitably require some form of service management architecture. There are primarily two major design options for implementing this: An API management system or […]
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1 week ago
Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is an essential DevOps practice that allows developers and operations teams to automatically manage and provision the infrastructure through code, instead of making configuration changes through a manual process. IaC provides transformational agility and can significantly speed delivery, reduce costs and help mitigate risks. However, when people talk about IaC, sometimes […]
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10 hours 36 minutes ago
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