Glen Knight

NYC Based IT Professional

ServiceNow Adds Lightstep Notebooks to Visualize Observability Data

ServiceNow today added a visualization tool to its Lightstep observability platform that will make it simpler for DevOps teams to correlate metrics, logs and traces. Ben Sigelman, general manager for Lightstep at ServiceNow, said Lightstep Notebooks will make it easier for DevOps teams to make sense of the massive amounts of data collected by the […]

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DevOps Connect: DevSecOps — Building a Modern Cybersecurity Practice

Malicious actors are constantly looking for new ways to gain access to sensitive data and corrupt systems. As software supply chain attacks are on the rise, security has become a top priority and a growing area in the regulatory and standards landscape. DevOps teams need to approach security as an ongoing part of the software […]

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Creating Career Opportunities in Quality Engineering

Software testing is the thread that connects code to customers, ensuring that the code created by development teams works for users and supports customer loyalty. But as the demands of software development are transformed by DevOps and customer expectations rise, the career and role of the software tester is evolving rapidly. Customer expectations have made […]

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What Is User Acceptance Testing and Why Is it so Important?

Anyone involved in software development knows how important it is to ensure a positive end-user experience. One way to do that is through the use of user acceptance testing (UAT).  UAT is one of the types of testing that you can execute as part of your overall quality assurance process.  Source It’s essential in helping […]

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Bugs and Features

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TechStrong Con: Open Source Software Community Needs Security Help

The only way to make significant improvements in the state of open source security is if more organizations that benefit from open source projects commit to making more resources available to achieve that goal. At the virtual TechStong Con event, executives on an Open Source and DevOps panel called for more contributions from enterprise IT […]

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Developer’s Guide to Web Application Security

When it comes to security, there are many vulnerabilities that can leave your website or web app open to attack. In this article, we’ll go over 15 common web application security vulnerabilities and how you can prevent them. 1. Insufficient Cryptography Cryptography is a critical security measure that is used to protect data in transit […]

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Cloudflare Outage Outrage | Yet More FAA 5G Stupidity

In this week’s The Long View: Cloudflare suffers another huge outage while the FAA and FCC still disagree over 5G/NR near airports. The post Cloudflare Outage Outrage | Yet More FAA 5G Stupidity appeared first on DevOps.com. Source: DevOps.com

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New – Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth Now Supports Synthetic Data Generation

Today, I am happy to announce that you can now use Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth to generate labeled synthetic image data. Building machine learning (ML) models is an iterative process that, at a high level, starts with data collection and preparation, followed by model training and model deployment. And especially the first step, collecting large, […]

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Now in Preview – Amazon CodeWhisperer- ML-Powered Coding Companion

As I was getting ready to write this post I spent some time thinking about some of the coding tools that I have used over the course of my career. This includes the line-oriented editor that was an intrinsic part of the BASIC interpreter that I used in junior high school, the IBM keypunch that […]

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