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PagerDuty
Interview: PagerDuty explains how a single transformation can eliminate burnout in IT teams
We spoke to PagerDuty’s director of customer solutions, Abhijit Pendyal about systems changes, burnout and how to mitigate these.
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Developers
Sysdig empowers developers with new integrations for Prometheus monitoring
"SREs and developers need an easy-to-use Prometheus monitoring service that is radically simple to integrate into DevOps workflows without breaking open source standards.”
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Cybersecurity
Fortinet: Protect your DevOps, OT and 5G initiatives with integrated security
Cornelius Mare, CISO at Fortinet Australia, explains why you should secure your DevOps, OT and 5G digital transformation initiatives before you roll them out across your distributed enterprise network.
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DevSecOps
IT teams' heavy reliance on AWS leads to security blind spots - report
Organisations are heavily relying on Amazon Web Services without properly checking for security blind spots.
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Mergers and Acquisitions
Sysdig eyes up DevOps security capabilities through Apolicy acquisition
“With Apolicy, Sysdig delivers a secure DevOps workflow for infrastructure and workloads and automatically closes the loop from production to source by fixing issues identified at runtime," says Sysdig CEO.
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DevOps
How to determine if a DevOps transformation is on track
While many organisations have decided to undertake a DevOps transformation, scaling this in hybrid IT environments can present major challenges.
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GitLab
Programming and speakers announced for GitLab 2021 DevOps virtual event
GitLab’s two-day community DevOps event will feature representatives from Google, IBM, Intel, Northwestern Mutual, Vox Media, and others.
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DevOps
Opsera releases native CI/CD automation for Salesforce
According to the company, Salesforce development tools are not keeping up with current DevOps requirements.
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DevOps
GitLab supports DevOps with expansions to Global Partner Program
"The GitLab Partner Program, and specifically our new Services Program, empowers partners to be the critical piece in their customers’ creation of a successful DevSecOps strategy that realises the full value of their GitLab investment.”
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Privileged Access Management / PAM
ThycoticCentrify updates PAM capabilities across Secret Server & DevOps Secrets Vault
"To stay ahead of the threat curve, security and ITops teams are looking for ways to adopt and update security best practices, like PAM, in the most convenient way.”
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DevOps
The growing importance of network data in effective cloud workload security
Several options can be considered to ensure effective security for cloud-based workloads, writes ExtraHop regional sales manager for A/NZ Glen Maloney.
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DevOps
How businesses can gain a competitive advantage with log management
The only way to maintain a competitive customer experience is to analyse and act on a complex, distributed set of data to proactively diagnose issues.
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DevOps
Red Hat launches new features to unite developers and IT ops
“With OpenShift GitOps and OpenShift Pipelines, we are working to remove the false wall between developers and IT operations, enabling the teams to work together earlier in the application development process."
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Artificial Intelligence
Four things organisations must consider when testing AI
Decision-makers and IT leaders must consider the role MLOps will play in their business, writes Micro Focus business consultant Matthew Bertram.
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DevOps
Why taking a DevOps approach to network performance can improve application experience
By adopting a DevOps approach to their work, IT teams can achieve better optimised applications and consistent, reliable performance for end users.
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DevOps
Why DevSecOps must strive for effective enforcement measures
Threats to applications go beyond exploiting code and logic vulnerabilities which are already more than enough to analyse and cope with.
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Artificial Intelligence
Dynatrace builds 500+ integrations into Software Intelligence Hub
"We are providing customers with easy access to a huge array of technologies that are automatically discovered, and we are constantly adding new ones.”
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DevOps
Dynatrace greatly expands infrastructure monitoring capabilities
The announcement means DevOps teams will be better placed to search and analyse logs from any source, all in a centralised location, without log-targeting or manual intervention. 
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DevOps
Infrastructure-as-code, and how it can secure the cloud
Bridgecrew recognised IaC early on as one of the best ways for modern teams to delegate security ownership to individual contributors while distributing it across existing frameworks within CI/CD pipelines. This attribute meant that IaC was invaluable in securing cloud-native environments.
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DevOps
Financial services and insurance businesses survive challenges thanks to DevOps
While 2020 was one of the most challenging years for every business, those in financial services and insurance have fared better than most.
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DevOps
Four reasons why application delivery is critical to DevOps
Selecting an application delivery solution that maximises automation and integrates into an existing DevOps environment is critical, writes Radware senior security solutions architect for APAC Yaniv Hoffman.
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DevOps
CrowdStrike to acquire Humio for $400 million
The move expands CrowdStrike’s Extended Detection and Response (XDR) capabilities through Humio’s data ingestion and analytics expertise, which CrowdStrike says will deliver improved insights and better protection.
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Digital Transformation
How IT will lead digital transformations
The COVID-19 pandemic has raised the urgency of digital transformation as companies have been forced to shift from in-person to contactless sales and services overnight. Delivering digital customer experiences has become the only way to do business.
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Remote Working
Why remote IT operations teams need a virtualised network operations centre
The lack of tools available for remote IT operations teams means that they are left to view multiple IT monitoring tools on different systems. This means they no longer have a central location for viewing information, making information more difficult to track.