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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 …

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. …

Prometheus is considered the de facto standard for Kubernetes application metrics, but running it yourself can strain engineering time and infrastructure resources when your usage grows. In March, we announced the general availability of Google Cloud Managed Service for Prometheus to help you offload that burden, and today, we’re excited to announce a new low-cost, …

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 …

Finding software engineers has been a pressing business topic during the COVID-19 pandemic. Businesses have been searching for digital specialists to support transformation efforts, adapt products and services, strengthen security to facilitate teleworking, or modify infrastructure to increase flexibility. A 2022 Pentalog report based on a SkillValue ranking helps answer a question being asked across …

Setting up Service Level Objectives (SLOs) is one of the foundational tasks of Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) practices, giving the SRE team a target against which to evaluate whether or not a service is running reliably enough. The inverse of your SLO is your error budget — how much unreliability you are willing to tolerate. …

Project Thoth pulls together many open source tools to automate program builds with security checks as part of the resolution process. Most cyberattacks take advantage of publicly known vulnerabilities. Many programmers can automate builds using Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) or DevOps techniques. But how can we automate the checks for security flaws that turn up …

When you’re troubleshooting an issue, finding the root cause often involves finding specific logs generated by infrastructure and application code. The faster you can find logs, the faster you can confirm or refute your hypothesis about the root cause and resolve the issue. Today, we’re pleased to announce a simpler way to find logs in …

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 …

I’ve never really been sure how DevSecOps differs from plain-old DevOps, but over the past year I think there’s finally something enough there to have a notion. To be concise, DevOps-think makes software delivery better by moving operations concerns closer to development with the help of a lot of automation and process change. There are three things that I think …