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February 13, 2019
Michael Hackett
LogiGear

DevOps continues to gain significant momentum as teams look to master Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD). This is transforming how and what is being developed and released. As a result, software development teams and organizations continue to undergo rapid change. Not only that, but teams are also getting increasingly more diverse, in location, generation, gender and culture. So how do the technical and people managers in DevOps adjust? ...

February 11, 2019
Eran Kinsbruner
Perfecto

With so many people relying so heavily on apps, it is critical for developers to assure continuous quality throughout the entire software development life cycle. And it all starts with testing ...

February 07, 2019
Murli Thirumale
Portworx

Containers have reshaped the technology landscape in the past year. Picking up where virtualization left off, they have brought new levels of portability to cloud deployments and ushered in the move to microservices, making it easier to break applications into smaller parts that can be updated more frequently and with less disruption. But what does container deployment really look like in the enterprise and what does it mean for 2019? ...

February 04, 2019
Ronit Belson
Rollout

One of the latest trends is the movement towards continuous development and the need for feature flags to enable that. We knew that feature flags enable developers to move fast while breaking nothing. But we also wanted to know ...

January 24, 2019
Bob Davis
Plutora

The advent of the value stream has helped enable organizations to look at how they optimize their portfolios, and to focus on the strategic objectives that senior management want to have visibility of. Once an organization has identified these value streams, it becomes imperative to capture, visualize, analyze and optimize critical indicators of speed and quality of your software delivery through value stream management ...

January 22, 2019
Ari Weil
Akamai

In 2019, competitive disruption will drive remaining laggards to a DevOps boiling point. As the industry moves to the plateau of productivity with DevOps automation and standard tooling, laggard executives will reach a management crisis point that will force actions ...

January 14, 2019
Mark Moore
Threat Stack

Budget season is an important time of the year for businesses because it gives senior IT and security leaders time to reflect on what went right this year and what initiatives need to be given priority in the new year. Recent research from Threat Stack shows security budgets are expected to increase by 19 percent over the next two years, but business leaders are still facing challenges determining where to allocate this budget in the face of rapidly evolving infrastructure ...

January 10, 2019
Ranny Nachmias
Alcide

As organizations of all sizes are embracing hybrid and multi-cloud infrastructures, they are experiencing the many benefits of a more agile, distributed and high-speed environment where new applications and services can be built and delivered in days and weeks, rather than months and years. But as the adoption of these next generation architectures continues to grow, so do the complexities of securing the cloud workloads running on them ...

December 06, 2018
Bob Davis
Plutora

The general consensus tends to be that in the world of agile and DevOps, ITSM teams are increasingly being left behind. But the truth is, in more forward-thinking IT organizations, this isn’t the case. The fact is that ITSM is playing, or at least should play, a growing role in support of agile and DevOps initiatives. But this role still remains limited due to the fact that DevOps teams, and their management, are (more often than not) leaving them out as a tool of choice ...

December 03, 2018
Bart Copeland
ActiveState

ActiveState surveyed developers and programmers in 92 countries to better understand their pain points and assess how businesses can better work with their organizations. The survey results establish a starting point for understanding the challenges that coders confront when working with open source runtimes ...

November 27, 2018
Steve Demchuk
Avoka

The push to make banking products digitally ready (and very quickly) has spurred the old “buy vs. build” debate in bank IT departments: Should we build our own software from scratch in-house? Or do we buy off-the-shelf solutions from third-parties? And while this dichotomy may have been a suitable mentality years ago at the start of the digital transformation revolution in banking, it simply no longer fits with the reality of today's more complex development landscape ...

November 26, 2018
David Pignolet
SecZetta

With the rise of next-generation technologies, businesses have access to more data than ever, creating opportunities to develop new channels for revenue. Contributing to the increase in data is a growing reliance on the external supply chain. However, with the influx of data comes the necessity to understand the entire third-party ecosystem; its benefits and risks. Some of the most devastating breaches have been attributed to a third party ...

November 19, 2018
Andrew Useckas
Threat X

Software developers and security teams have a well-known antagonistic relationship. Dev teams often feel plagued by the restrictive security standards placed on them by security teams that inhibit their ability to rapidly write applications, while security teams view developers as one of the biggest threats with which they have to grapple. There are three core challenges that must be addressed in order for security and DevOps to be in lockstep ...

November 14, 2018
Viktor Farcic
CloudBees

What to automate? Which parts of the delivery process are good candidates? Which applications will benefit from automation? At first, those sound like silly questions. Automate all your repetitive processes. If you think that you'll do the same thing manually more than once, automate it. Why would you waste your creative potential and knowledge by doing things that are much better done by scripts? Yet, an average company does not adhere to that logic. Why is that? ...

November 13, 2018
Attila Torok
LogMeIn

I'd love to see more security automation deeply integrated into the development process. Everybody knows since the 1990s that security as an afterthought just doesn't work, yet we keep doing it. The reason, I think, is because it's very hard to automate security ...

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