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September 14, 2022
Tobi Knaup
D2iQ

A large percentage of Kubernetes deployments fail because organizations underestimate the complexity of Kubernetes and overestimate their ability to implement and manage a Kubernetes environment — a recent study showed that 100% of companies surveyed thought there were challenges with Kubernetes deployment ... Let's dive into 5 early indicators that a Kubernetes project is destined to fail ...

September 13, 2022
Eran Kinsbruner
Perfecto by Perforce

The most innovative and prepared developers understand the value in continuous testing strategies, testing early and often in the process. Rather than waiting for development to be completed before testing begins, it occurs continuously as features are added ... As continuous testing becomes more widely adopted in the mobile space, teams must consider three key elements to ensuring mobile success: people, processes and technology ...

September 12, 2022
David Lees
Basis Technologies

SAPinsider surveyed nearly 200 CIOs to get first-hand insight into their key challenges for 2022 ...

September 08, 2022
David Lees
Basis Technologies

For IT executives, the year 2022 brought with it a new set of challenges that are impacting how they prioritize investments. Pandemic-induced slowdowns, supply chain reliability, the Great Resignation and budget cuts are forcing CIOs to re-evaluate their priorities and adjust investments to achieve their strategic goals. SAPinsider surveyed nearly 200 CIOs to get first-hand insight into their key focus areas for 2022 ...

September 01, 2022
Susmitha Vakkalanka
Opsera

Digital transformation initiatives have accelerated since COVID. Customer expectations have increased. Demands for contactless, digital experiences have exploded. More companies are embracing the cloud and hybrid multi-cloud to enhance agility and responsiveness. The evolution of legacy workloads to cloud native is accelerating the adoption of new technologies like microservices, containers, and serverless. This, in-turn, has led to the use of more tools to continuously deliver and release software ...

August 30, 2022
Tucker Callaway
Mezmo

A new report from observability data platform provider Mezmo and Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) shows that the current adoption of DevSecOps is low but it's poised for future growth. Based on a survey of 200 DevOps and IT/information security professionals, only 22% of organizations have a formal DevSecOps strategy, but 62% are evaluating use cases or have a plan to implement it ...

August 24, 2022
Michael Stahnke
CircleCI

In software delivery, there is no question that speed is important. When software teams move fast, good things happen and business value is delivered more frequently. But, speed comes with a tradeoff: complexity. As this complexity grows, how can engineering teams succeed? After analyzing millions of workflows from more than 50,000 organizations across the world, I've outlined some ways teams can start optimizing their software delivery for high performance ...

August 23, 2022
Dustin Milberg
InterVision

How do government agencies remedy the need for efficient, multi-cloud communications with existing on-prem solutions? And how do they do so without neglecting cybersecurity, which remains a priority for organizations handling confidential data? The answer is simple: They don't ...

August 22, 2022
David Torgerson
Lucid Software

Developers have been more productive than ever during the past couple of years due largely to the shift to remote work, as they often thrive in isolated workspaces and need long periods of uninterrupted focus. Though, regardless of how much developer teams may want to stay remote forever, 74% of US companies are using or planning a permanent hybrid work model. So what does this mean for developer teams in today's work environment? ...

August 17, 2022
Christian Brink Frederiksen
Leapwork

There has long been a significant disconnect between CEOs and testers regarding the sufficiency of software testing prior to its release. A new report from Leapwork, in collaboration with market-research firm Censuswide, surveyed approximately 500 CEOs and software testers to determine current attitudes towards, and perceptions of, software testing within large organizations. The study found that 85% of US CEOs could be leaving their businesses open to reputational and financial risks by releasing insufficiently tested software ...

August 16, 2022
Ratan Tipirneni
Tigera

As digitalization continues pushing applications and services to the cloud, many companies discover that traditional security, compliance and observability approaches do not transfer directly to cloud-native architectures. This is the primary takeaway from Tigera's recent The State of Cloud-Native Security report ...

August 15, 2022
Archie Agarwal
ThreatModeler

Threat modeling has become an integral part of the software development process, providing developers with an opportunity to identify security threats and vulnerabilities and create logical remediation methods ... Let's look more at threat modeling, how the practice started and how it continues to flourish today ...

August 11, 2022
Erik Frieberg
Solo.io

The broad adoption of containers and the emergence of Kubernetes as a de facto standard have pushed the boundaries of cloud native development's impact even further. Containers, though not a prerequisite for microservices, provide the right packaging for the mass adoption of microservices. As with all new tech, however, when one problem is solved, another often emerges ...

August 10, 2022
Manish Gupta
ShiftLeft

In order to move the needle on secure programming, there needs to be a shared understanding of the goals of an improvement program and what it will take to get there. There are four rules we found when we analyzed results from millions of scans ...

August 09, 2022
Chris Wysopal
Veracode

In the last six months, organizations from Microsoft to the Red Cross have been hit by cybersecurity breaches. Widespread open-source vulnerabilities, such as Log4j and Spring4shell, have also shaken the software industry, reminding us just how entwined source code has become. These recurring incidents raise the question, are we making progress in securing our software? ...

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