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To achieve true continuous delivery, teams need to leverage end-to-end automation across their deployment pipelines and tooling. Deployment health checks today involve someone pinging the production app and saying “Yep, the app is still up–everything is OK!” In short, availability = success. The post Using Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence for Modern Software Delivery appeared first on DevOps.com. […]
As an IT leader with existing business continuity functions, you may be exploring site reliability engineering (SRE) as a means of improving your business’ ability to prevent or to quickly recover from IT incidents. While SRE and business continuity are managed by very different teams in wholly separate areas of most organizations, they both focus […] The post How Practical Resiliency Experiments Can Help Ensure Business Continuity appeared first on DevOps.com. […]
The definition of release management has evolved many times over the last 30 years. However, it has always involved chasing down individuals across an organization to get value delivered and managing multiple interdependent silos to push new changes through to production. We’ve come so far, but we can still do much better. The post Using Value Stream Management to Evolve Release Management for DevOps appeared first on DevOps.com. […]
Today, access to space requires custom engineering, high costs, unpredictable schedule delays and increased risk. Loft Orbital is changing that. Loft Orbital flies and operates customer payloads on their microsatellites as-a-service. Companies turn to Loft Orbital when they want to focus on their end-use; Loft Orbital operates their satellites using its mission-agnostic, flexible operating system […] The post Spacecrafts Made Simple With Telegraf, InfluxDB Cloud and Google Cloud appeared first on DevOps.com. […]
Estimating how much you are spending (or wasting) on a particular Kubernetes workload is hard. The good news is that there are some reasonable strategies for estimating how much a given workload costs. The post Optimizing Kubernetes Cost Strategies appeared first on DevOps.com. […]
Rapid adoption of cloud-native technologies has changed how organizations defend against security threats from their code to production environments. Additional pressures have accelerated the merging of development and IT operations under one DevOps umbrella to build and release code at a faster rate. However, this newfound developer agility and the widespread use of open source.. The post Ask Me Anything: Best Practices for Securing Modern Apps w/ Snyk and Rapid7 appeared first on Security Boulevard. […]
The sharp increase in attacks on organizations’ software supply chains requires policy makers to address supply chain risks with a more structured approach. President Biden’s cybersecurity executive order and NTIA’s software component transparency initiative aim to strengthen supply chain security through advanced visibility into organizations’ software bills of materials (SBOM). The post Managing Supply Chain Security Risks in the Enterprise appeared first on Security Boulevard. […]
Three forces are colliding to create a perfect cyberstorm: An escalated threat level, a cybersecurity talent shortage and the growing complexity that comes with managing a multitude of security solutions. This storm is driving change, forcing us to break down silos between endpoint, workload, network and identity. It’s driving the need to leverage existing tooling rather.. The post The Perfect Storm: Reshaping MDR appeared first on Security Boulevard. […]
Financial institutions are finally adopting open source software to build modern and innovative applications that support their customers’ digital transformation. As financial institutions capitalize on the agility, speed and cost-effectiveness of open source software, they must also contend with mounting pressure to address open source security effectively and efficiently. Those most successful in managing open.. The post Reducing Enterprise Open Source Management Risk in the Financial Sector: Part 2 appeared first on Security Boulevard. […]
Modern software development practices like DevOps hands the responsibility for application security to developers. One tool that can help developers cope with this increased responsibility is static application security testing (SAST). The problem is that traditional SAST tools have been slow, inaccurate and not very developer-friendly. Snyk Code is here to change that. The post SAST Reimagined for the Developer appeared first on Security Boulevard. […]

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