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Software intelligence company Dynatrace announced the findings of an independent global survey of 700 CIOs, which reveals IT leaders have growing concerns about their ability to keep up with digital transformation. Traditional IT operating models with siloed teams and multiple monitoring and management solutions are proving ineffective at keeping up with cloud-native architectures. As a …

It takes about an hour to make an outdated Mac useful again with Fedora. Recently, I stumbled on an old MacBook Pro 13″ from late 2011, with a 125GB SSD and 8GB RAM. I’ve taken this machine on trips around the world, and back in the day, I ran many a session, workshop, or demo …

Take advantage of all of the powers the almighty Linux command line has to offer. The Linux command line provides a great deal of flexibility. Whether you are managing a server or launching a terminal window on a desktop system, the command line brings with it an extensive toolkit to update files, tweak system performance, …

As we start the new year, we see ongoing revelations about an attack involving SolarWinds and others, that in turn led to the compromise of numerous other organizations. Software supply chain attacks like this pose a serious threat to governments, companies, non-profits, and individuals alike. At Google, we work around the clock to protect our …

Guest post originally published on InfraCloud’s blog by Frederick Fernando Let’s talk about Kubernetes security As Kubernetes continues to grow in adoption, it is important for us to know how to secure it. In a dynamic infrastructure platform such as Kubernetes, detecting and addressing threats is important but also challenging at the same time. Falco, …

When developing applications for Kubernetes, which is a distributed system, developers and platform engineers need to know both how to monitor them and understand how they impact their business. There are several tools available to instrument Kubernetes clusters and code, but figuring out which options are the right ones can be challenging. That’s why we …

At Citrix, we pride ourselves on delivering technologies that transform how people work. We create a rich experience that helps users be more productive and improves the experience for admins managing Citrix workloads, wherever they’re hosted. When developing innovative features for Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops, we always examine ways to further improve the end …

Review the top five Kubernetes articles of 2020, then preview three tools you should learn about in 2021. The end of the year is the perfect time to look back and explore where we’ve been and where we’re going in the Kubernetes world. I particularly want to focus on the ecosystem that formed around Kubernetes …

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 …

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 …