Posts in category

DevOps


When IT operators and architects begin their journey with Google Cloud, Day 0 observability needs tend to focus on infrastructure and aim to address questions about resource needs, a plan for scaling, and similar considerations. During this phase, developers and DevOps engineers also make a plan for how to get deep observability into the performance …

The sharp increase in software supply chain attacks has made securing the build and delivery of software a critical topic. But what does this mean for Kubernetes DevOps teams tasked with securing their continuous delivery pipelines and clusters? To get started with securing a Kubernetes supply chain there are four things you will need to …

Is DevSecOps a Trend in Cybersecurity? Gartner recently released a report highlighting the top trends in cybersecurity for 2022. They discuss how businesses must reframe their security practices, rethink their technology, and adopt new responses to modern threats. This is in line with DevSecOps trends that we see in the market and hear about from our customers. …

When you are dealing with a situation that fires a bevy of alerts, do you instinctively know which alerts are the most pressing? Severity levels are an important concept in alerting to aid you and your team in properly assessing which notifications should be prioritized. You can use these levels to focus on the issues …

As the Public Sector Solutions team at Google Cloud, we have many opportunities to develop solutions that make the most of the cutting-edge Cloud technologies. In many projects, we collaborate with multiple development teams to develop, test, and deploy microservice-based solutions, often to GKE clusters. In this blog, we will address these challenges of managing …

Build a culture of DevOps throughout the entire organization by involving other departments and breaking down silos. DevOps transformation extends beyond development and operations teams. It’s also relevant to other parts of the organization. These new collaborators can offer new insights to the development team seeking to maintain alignment with customer needs. This article describes …

Are you familiar with the four golden signals of Site Reliability Engineering (SRE): latency, traffic, errors, and saturation? Whether you’re a developer or an operator, you’ve likely been responsible for collecting, storing, or analyzing the data associated with these concepts. Much of this data is captured in application and infrastructure logs, which provide a rich …

DevOps is a cultural movement that has brought a lot of much-needed agility to software development. But it is also misunderstood: does DevOps really mean that developers should, in addition to development, also be amazing at difficult system administration (“operations”) work? In this article, we discuss the difference in skill sets between developers and platform operators. And what …

Defining, building, and delivering a secure software supply chain is challenging for many organizations. Software builds utilize many open source components, and the vast landscape of cloud native developer and platform tools grows more extensive and more diverse every day. Developers, operators, and security teams must work together to ensure software is delivered swiftly and …

New Relic (NYSE: NEWR), the observability company, announced the general availability of a new infrastructure monitoring experience to empower DevOps, SRE and ITOps teams to proactively identify and resolve issues in their public, private and hybrid cloud infrastructure. The modernized experience allows engineers to instantly isolate bottlenecks by filtering and sorting based on golden signal conditions, analyze all …