Glen Knight

NYC Based IT Professional

Latest DORA Report From Google Surfaces Raft of DevOps Challenges

The annual Accelerate State of DevOps 2022 report published today by the DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA) team at Google found the percentage of high performers is at a four-year low, with the percentage of low performers rising dramatically from 7% in 2021 to 19% in 2022. Based on a survey of 1,350 DevOps professionals, […]

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CloudBees Acquires ReleaseIQ to Advance DevOps Orchestration

CloudBees announced today it has acquired ReleaseIQ, a provider of an orchestration platform for automating software delivery via a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform. Sacha Labourey, chief strategy officer for CloudBees, said the addition of ReleaseIQ to the CloudBees platform will provide more visibility into and control over software delivery on an end-to-end basis. CloudBees already provides […]

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This Has Been a Test

For nearly the entire history of application development—certainly since application development became available to a larger market with the adoption of the personal computer for expansive business use—testing has taken a back seat across most of the industry. This is not because we don’t care about code quality but because it takes resources away from […]

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Using Internal Wikis for Web Development Projects

A team-based web development project is always a complex endeavor. It involves different developers with varying levels of experience, different fields of expertise, milestones to accomplish and a timeline to achieve. To facilitate the sharing of information, it’s not always enough to use project management tools like Asana or Jira. Sometimes, a wiki may be […]

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Alleviating Developer Workflow Headaches by Moving to the Cloud

Leaders in tech make one common mistake when it comes to serverless and cloud computing: They want to migrate their current environment exactly as it is to the cloud. That’s about as limiting as planning a flight path along the road network and deciding the route based on street-level traffic. You can do it, but […]

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Scaling Predictive Analytics With AIOps to Drive Next-Gen SRE

Enterprise systems are only as valuable as they are reliable, in the sense that they don’t suffer excessive breakdowns. Otherwise, companies experience costly downtime and added stress for engineers due to the additional burden of managing issues. This critical function of ensuring systems run reliably and optimally, at production scale and with minimum human intervention, […]

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Forces and Factors

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Aligning Cloud Spend Management With Cloud Transformation

The cloud transformation movement is well underway, with more than half of enterprise organizations moving to a cloud-native approach this year, according to Forrester Research. Spending on cloud infrastructure is rising accordingly – more than $21 billion in Q4 2021, up 13.5% from Q4 2020, according to IDC. The cloud offers economies of scale and […]

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Wipro Fires 2-Job Staff | Python Bug from 2007 | Lite Layoffs

In this week’s The Long View: Wipro fires 300 for moonlighting at competitors, Python has a nasty 15-year-old bug, and companies are finding new ways to lay people off without calling it a “layoff.” The post Wipro Fires 2-Job Staff | Python Bug from 2007 | Lite Layoffs appeared first on DevOps.com. Source: DevOps.com

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Building a Platform for DevOps Evolution, Part Two

In the introduction to this series, we discussed the concept of change and how it applies to DevOps environments and release managers.  In a world of constant changes in our surroundings and user demands, DevOps has to maintain hundreds of moving pieces across large organizations of people who, by nature, are adverse to change. This […]

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