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What Is DevOps?

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By Daniel Greene As is evident from the increase in conferences, books and software tools, there is a growing emphasis on improving DevOps within all sizes of software development organizations. The question that follows is typically, “What is DevOps?” This is an absolutely understandable question. Not only is it a relatively recent movement within the software […]

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DevOps is 90% change and 10% technology

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by Robin Muilwijk Jen Krieger used her first computer in the early 80s and maintained a strong interest in technology ever since. She started her career as a financial analyst and eventually moved into IT where she gained expertise in software development and releases. Jen has worked with many development methods, from waterfall to Agile. Now, […]

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How Netflix Manages Security in the Age of DevOps

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By Rachael King At Netflix Inc.NFLX -1.21%, engineers deploy code thousands of times per day. To maintain this pace, the streaming media company uses a method of software development that promotes close collaboration between engineers and product deployment called DevOps. It’s a pace that’s not for the faint of heart, particularly when it comes to security. […]

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DevOps, Containers and Faster Time-to-Parity

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by Aruna Ravichandran DevOps discussions often focus on the value of getting innovative applications to market quickly. And it’s true. Getting a cool new application into production quickly can help you differentiate yourself in today’s app-sensitive marketplace. But, in reality, most development is devoted to “Me Too” applications—and these apps are no less important to the […]

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The need for speed – A story about DevOps, microservices, continuous delivery and cloud computing

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By Uwe Friedrichsen Currently we can observe three mega-drivers that force IT into a dramatic change: Economic darwinism Digitization Disruptive technology All of them are extremely important and the companies that ignore these drivers will sooner or later fall short of their competitors (at least as long as the companies live in an efficient market […]