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The last decade has seen an acceleration of software technology such as progressive web apps, cloud computing, and APIs. This has led to fundamental changes in software engineering roles, teams, tools, and processes. As teams have shifted from monoliths to microservices and seek to streamline and automate processes for speed, continuous delivery, competitive advantage, and …

You can do DevOps while working from home; it’s all about the right approach. I am one of the agents of chaos who passionately argued the importance of removing barriers and recognizing that people are the core of a healthy DevOps mindset. Fast-forward to the COVID-19 pandemic, in which collocated teams were forced to disperse overnight …

2020 showed us the world can change suddenly, affecting all areas: the QA industry is no exception. Let’s talk today about the testing trends for 2021! Security systems Security has become a key goal. We use the software a lot and become more vulnerable to cyberattacks, so careful security testing at every development stage is …

While every day we are talking about different technologies, tools, and methods under the name of DevOps, we should not forget the in-depth meaning of DevOps. I was in the first week of a new job and the assignment was to install a company software on the local machine. In the beginning, I found that …

The decades pass, but we still write software in the same way as in the XX century. Our software is a large castle, formed by several layers superimposed and mixed, in order to facilitate its own maintenance, but which, in fact, end up creating the opposite effect: a true monolith. Whaaaattt? Oh yes! Class structures, …

2021 brings a renewed need to streamline operations by integrating application security into DevSecOps and accelerated adoption of autonomous cloud operations. The pandemic did not create the need for digital transformation, but it has accelerated it dramatically. Some organizations’ capacity for digital services was, to put it simply, unprepared for the volume of new users. …

Trust in open source is a positive feedback loop. This is an edited excerpt from my forthcoming book on Trust in Computing and the Cloud for Wiley and leads on from a previous article I wrote called Trust & choosing open source. In that article, I asked the question: What are we doing when we say, “I trust open source …

DevOps has come a long way, and there is no doubt it will continue to shine this year. Since many companies are looking for best practices around their digital transformation, it’s important to see where leaders think the industry is going. In that sense, the following article is a collection of responses from the DevOps …

Curl up with a good book about DevOps this winter. We have just entered 2021, and DevOps will become much more relevant. It is smack dab in the spotlight given that the world is experiencing a pandemic and businesses are fighting to stay digitally relevant and competitive. DevOps has actually has evolved quite nicely, like …

“Being the right person for DevOps is being more than just your ops/dev role,” says Josh Atwell in his Lightning Talk at All Things Open 2019. What does it mean to be the “right” person in a DevOps environment? That’s the question that Josh Atwell, senior tech advocate at Splunk, tried to answer in his Lightning Talk …