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Posts Categorized: DevOps
You’re pushing to become a DevOps-centric organization, but you’re running into roadblocks and aren’t sure how to get there? In this blog post, Shadow-Soft’s James Hendrix shares his ideas on DevOps, Containers, Kubernetes, and OpenShift. Read on to learn more about Shadow-Soft’s series of workshops in Atlanta, Tampa, and Nashville.
The upgrade from Terraform 0.11 to 0.12 contains numerous backwards incompatible changes, new features, and new best practices. Organizations are searching for assistance in how to minimize breaking changes, embrace the new features, and reduce technical debt. Learn how Shadow-Soft can help.
Many organizations are implementing infrastructure automation to save time, eliminate variability, and reduce costs. John Ray explains why you should consider infrastructure automation and how to get started.
What’s the difference between configuration management (CM) tools and automation tools? One is idempotency, and the other is the ability to track changes and node status.
To stay competitive in 2017 and beyond, enterprise organizations are embracing DevOps methodologies and new technologies to accelerate innovation. In this article, Thomas shares some trends and technologies that are contributing to the rise of DevOps in the enterprise.
Once you understand what DevOps is about and the benefits it can have on your organization, the next question is how do you implement it?
Before DevOps, there was Development and Operations, each with conflicting priorities. A developer’s job is to create new products, modify existing products and fix defects in the code. They are measured, incentivised and paid based on how often they push code and deliver new value.
When you stand back and observe how technology is evolving, you will notice two things: Every corner of our lives is becoming digital and the rate of technology change is exponentially increasing. This begs a question: How is it that this rate of change can be sustained without the wheels falling off the proverbial bus?
It’s no secret that most organizations use 10+ products to monitor everything from servers and devices to networks, traffic, applications and databases. Not all monitoring tools are the same; some are stronger in certain areas than others. In this article our resident Icinga technician, Jeff Williams, will highlight the areas where Icinga’s open source monitoring tool is strong.