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5 Trends Transforming Digital and IT Operations Management

Heading into 2019, digitalization will accelerate business model innovation and drive the adoption of these emerging technologies for sustainable competitive advantage. Here’s a closer look at five technology trends that will change the way enterprises approach digital operations management in 2019...
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What Is DevSecOps?

DevOps was born from merging the practices of development and operations, removing the silos, aligning the focus, and improving efficiency and performance of both the teams and the product.  Security is a common silo in many organizations. Security’s core focus is protecting the organization, and...
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The Great "DevOps Engineer" Title Debate

At the DevOps Enterprise Summit in Las Vegas last month, DevOps author and researcher Gene Kim unveiled his latest definition of DevOps: The architecture, technical practices, and cultural norms that enable us to: increase our ability to deliver applications and services; quickly and safely, which...
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Machine Learning for Operations

Managing infrastructure is a complex problem with a massive amount of signals and many actions that can be taken in response; that’s the classic definition of a situation where machine learning can help.  IT and operations is a natural home for machine learning and data science. According to Vivek...
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DevOps and Cloud: A Symbiotic Relationship

DevOps and cloud computing have become two of the ways companies can achieve this needed transformation, though the relationship between the two is not easily reconciled—DevOps is about the process and process improvement, while  cloud computing is about technology and services. It’s important to...
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What Operations Professionals Need to Know to Fuel Career Advancement

O’Reilly conducted a recent survey[1] of operations professionals, and the results offer useful information and insights to empower your career planning.  Scripting languages are the most popular programming languages among respondents, with Bash being the most used (66% of respondents), followed...
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4-Phase Approach for Taking Over Large, Messy IT Systems

Everyone loves building shiny, new systems using the latest technologies and especially the most modern DevOps tools. But that's not the reality for lots of operations teams, especially those running larger systems with millions of users and old, complex infrastructure. It's even worse for teams...
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Handling Real-Time Data Operations in the Enterprise

Getting DataOps right is crucial to your late-stage big data projects. Companies need to understand there is a different level of operational requirements when you're exposing a data pipeline. A data pipeline needs love and attention. For big data, this isn't just making sure cluster processes are...
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Site Reliability Engineering (SRE): A Simple Overview

Curious about site reliability engineering (SRE)? The following overview is for you. It covers some of the basics of SRE: what it is, how it’s used, and what you need to keep in mind before adopting SRE methods. In the book Site Reliability Engineering, contributor Benjamin Treynor Sloss—the...
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Tickets Make Operations Unnecessarily Miserable

IT Operations has always been difficult. There is always too much work to do, not enough time to do it, and frequent interrupts. Moreover, there is the relentless pressure from executives who hold the view that everything takes too long, breaks too often, and costs too much. In search of...
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