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The Cloud DNS team is pleased to announce the Preview launch of managed zone permissions. Cloud DNS is integrated with the Identity and Access Management (IAM) service, which gives you the ability to control access to Cloud DNS resources and prevent unwanted access. This launch enables enterprises with distributed DevOps teams to delegate Cloud DNS …

In many IT departments, you can frequently experience that when an issue is reported, Dev and Ops teams start solving the problem by adopting a fire‑fighting mode. In fact, the Ops team can both give support to the Dev team for some tasks (e.g., activation of new services) and also needs the Dev team for …

We spoke to over 1850 engineering organizations last year. Most are planning to or already building an Internal Developer Platform. Here are the hardest lessons and fallacies we have seen these teams fall into. Platform Engineering, Internal Developer Platforms and developer self-service in general are a rapidly growing trend. According to Puppet’s State of DevOps Reports …

Recently, I had two programming friends point out to me the importance of writing skills. It makes sense to pay attention to what they say because: one runs an online product company, and the other jumped from a bootcamp graduate to a lead developer within just a few years. Let’s look at a short guide …

Invest time in training, incorporate agile into individual interactions, and write modular code designed for flexibility. Agile is a tried and true discipline used by software development teams worldwide with great success. In my previous article, I listed mistakes I’ve made in the past so you don’t have to make them yourself. My teams and I have used …

Here are 5 things you need to know about implementing Kubernetes, based on Humanitec’s 2022 Kubernetes Benchmarking Study. Knowing your way around a tool is key to putting it to good use. This applies to both your weekend hobbies and DevOps mainstays like Kubernetes. Just as you should not use a hand-wielded power drill to …

The State of DevOps report by Google Cloud and the DORA research team is the largest and longest running research of its kind with inputs from over 32,000 professionals worldwide. It provides an independent view into the practices and capabilities that organizations, irrespective of their size, industry, and region, can employ to drive better performance. …

Editor’s note: Today we hear from Maisons du Monde, a furniture and home decor company that was founded in France over 25 years ago. They have 357 stores across France, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, and Portugal, and are a Google Cloud customer. They worked with their Customer Engineer, Adrien Aflalo, to …

We all sometimes try taking on more significant tasks than we can deliver on—it stems directly from our human inability to evaluate complex tasks correctly. Let’s look at how you can address this in your IT journey. Iterate Moving in small, manageable steps is a cornerstone in many common methodologies in our industry: agile – …

This week, GitLab Inc., the provider of The One DevOps Platform, kicked off its first annual US Partner Leadership Summit where it announced the ongoing growth of its award-winning partner program. The Partner Leadership Summit brings together channel and alliance partners with GitLab executives to celebrate the program’s growth and success, and collaborate on delivering …