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You don’t need new staff or tools to make DevOps work

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Fin Goulding tells Computing that DevOps is just about increasing efficiency – not about new tools or job titles Despite an apparent IT skills shortage in DevOps, Paddy Power CIO Fin Goulding believes that existing staff can be trained to work in a DevOps environment, but acknowledges that it may take some time for them […]

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Microservices — a DevOps architecture

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by feidhlim o’neill DevOps is all about breaking down the barriers between development and operational teams and thereby unlocking a wide range of benefits in how we design, build, deploy and support software. DevOps has been the key driver behind the adoption of a whole raft of technologies, architectures, processes and skills and one of the […]

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Jenkins vs. Teamcity – The Better CI Tool

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by Joseph Lust. Let’s dispel the myth about Jenkins being the gold standard continuous integration tool. I’m sorry, TeamCity is much better.  Dispelling the Jenkins CI Myth I started using Jenkins when it was called Hudson, before the Oracle naming spat. Recently, I downloaded and installed it again and was shocked to see that little appears […]

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What the Internet of Things means for DevOps

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By Barclay Ballard The Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to grow massively over the next few years, bringing online access to a huge variety of devices. According to Gartner, the number of connected “things” will reach a figure of 25 billion by 2020 and is sure to have a disruptive effect on numerous industries. […]