Consultancies like Sandhata play a key role in guiding clients through the DevOps transition
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'Don't try to do everything at once. Start with infrastructure as code and automation. Don't go for microservices and containers too early...'
Cloud native applications are loosely coupled collection of services – and someone needs to keep communication channels open. Enter the service mesh
We're asking IT to do more, yet we still want the same level of accountability and security as business-as-usual. How can we avoid overloading systems, processes - and people?
Future changes will be focused on lowering the learning curve, say DataStax executives
Acquisition will support SUSE's ambitions in application management
CTO Matt Muschol warned Deskflix delegates not to let remote working get in the way of their DevOps progress
CTO Gregory Ouillon on speeding up incident detection and resolution
How to sustain the DevOps momentum
Google, database and visualisation luminaries discuss the next stages in data democratisation
Aimed at DevOps engineers and SREs, Relay enables real-time reactions to events as they occur
Gary Hallam of Delphix steps through the main commercial advantages of introducing agility into both coding practices and data flows
Computing speaks to Nigel Kersten, Field CTO at Puppet in advance of our Deskflix event on DevOps on the 30th June
AIOps offering presents event and incident information in a more understandable fashion for on-call engineers
Managing storage for large, complex distributed containerised applications is a whole different game; industry insiders discuss how the options stack up
Design is all about applying the fundamental principles of engineering, believes Mark Wilson, in the latest in his ten-part series
A method should lead a project to the desired result without significant variation, with much of the thinking already been done for you, writes Mark Wilson
Coronavirus outbreak means Amsterdam event is postponed until the summer while Shanghai conference is cancelled
Not many people love documentation, but it's an essential element of any project. However, too much is just as bad as too little, warns Mark Wilson
GitLab's product management director on progressive delivery, feature flags and evidence gathering
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Getting a central view of everything you have, even when it is distributed, will help navigate threats and risks