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Agile and DevOps have many differences, yet they both seek to address complexity, improve quality, and innovate around software design. The topic of DevOps vs. Agile is almost like debating iPhone vs. Android—everyone has an opinion, and emotions can become heated, especially if people disagree. After writing DevOps v. Agile: What’s the difference? and reading the comments …

In companies of every size, software is increasingly providing business value because of a shift in how technology teams define success. More than ever, they are defined by how the applications they build bring value to their customers. Tickets and stability at the cost of saying no are no longer the key value of IT. …

Microsoft Build 2019 | DevOps – Where to start? Session ID: THR2002   Let’s forget the DevOps buzzwords and the tools and talk about practical steps you can take to improve your own DevOps story.

DevOps is the infusion of software development (Dev) and IT operations (Ops). Traditionally, these departments are siloed. With this, software developers who write the code are not connected with the IT professionals who deploy and support the code. In DevOps, these siloes are broken down to pave way to efficiencies that the traditional approach could …

Making a move to DevOps can be a daunting undertaking, with many organizations not knowing the right place to start. I recently had some fun taking a few “DevOps assessments” to see what solutions they offered. I varied my answers—from an organization that fully embraces DevOps to one at the beginning of the journey. Some of the …

Overview An In-Memory data structure store Can be used for caching Supports strings, hashes, lists, sets, sorted sets and other data structures. Prerequisites Operating System: Ubuntu 18 Command Line Interface or Terminal Installation via Tarball Installing via tarball is recommended as it is compiled from source. 01. Open a terminal window   02. Install build-essential, …