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Co-authored by Howard Chen, Developer Growth Consultant at Google Play and David Eckelberry, VP and General Manager at Scopely. They discuss the game genre, how the Scopely team approached Star Trek™ Fleet Command, and how other game developers can find success in the genre on Google’s Apps, Games, & Insights podcast. Read the full Google …

We have all heard the term “digital transformation,” and we often ask ourselves why many companies struggle to define it? What companies see, more often than not, is an agile transformation spurring a DevOps transformation (or some sort of technology transformation), which in turn spurs a digital transformation (DT). The DT becomes the all-encompassing term …

Test driven development (TDD) separates computing results from actions to ensure your code does what you expect. Extreme Programming co-founder Ron Jeffries famously wrote: “The trick is never to let the code not be working.” Jeffries’ quote points at the fact that software engineering is a very sophisticated activity with plenty of uncertainty. Software engineering also deals with …

In 2020, Opensource.com’s top DevOps articles focused on testing, software methodologies, and the most important part: the people. Looking back through Opensource.com’s articles about DevOps in 2020, there was a bit of something for everyone—from people starting the DevOps journey to seasoned DevOps veterans. The articles focused on testing, software methodologies, and DevOps’ most important part: the …

Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) is a hot topic, but what exactly does it entail? And do you have to follow the principles to a T in order to achieve benefits from it? If you’re searching for answers to these common questions, look no further. In this episode of the Cloud & Culture podcast, VMware Tanzu’s …

GitLab, the DevOps platform delivered as a single application, announced an alliance with Fujitsu Oceania, part of one of the world’s largest managed service providers (MSPs), to enable organisations to deliver cloud-native applications through optimised cloud environments. Fujitsu recently introduced Cloud Native Consulting, its cloud-native application development service in the Oceania region, which encompasses the …

Argo CD (part of the Argo project) is a deployment solution for Kubernetes that follows the GitOps paradigm.   Deploying to Kubernetes with Argo CD In the most basic scenario, Argo CD continuously monitors a Git repository with Kubernetes manifests (Helm and Kustomize are also supported) and listens for commit events. When a commit happens …

Rackspace Technology™, a leading end-to-end multicloud technology solutions company, is supporting the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to achieve its goal of developing airline standards for the future. IATA, the trade association for the world’s airlines, represents approximately 290 airlines and 82% of total air traffic, supporting with global standards for safety, security, efficiency and sustainability, …

Adaptavist, a digital transformation leader, announced it has joined the Sonatype partner programme as a Platinum Enterprise Partner. The strategic partnership allows Adaptavist to offer improved application development security features to accelerate enterprise company’s go-to-market plans. With nearly 1-in-4 IT professionals confirming or suspecting a breach tied to open source in the last year and …

It has always been confusing what DevOps and NoOps really meant, before the pandemic hit, while we are living through it, and and beyond. The truth is that definitions evolve with the fashion and realities of times. It is up to use mere mortals to make sense of things. Technical and business requirements are more …