Prevent Significant Business Disruptions

Large organizations often struggle to manage their complex, mission-critical workloads.  To handle it, organizations turn to tools, but their dependencies and integrations can create a brittle environment. Without clear visibility into those workloads, and without predictive capabilities to identify potential problems before they occur, organizations face inefficient and underutilized workloads, or entire systems crashing. Read … continue reading

A DevOps Approach to Workload Automation

At its core, the DevOps process mandates and supports agility and efficiency at each stage of the software development life cycle and across the entire software supply chain. Production workload processing is an essential component of the larger supply chain, which means any inefficiencies in Workload Automation need to be addressed as part of a … continue reading

Detecting account takeovers and defending your users

Account Takeover (ATO) attacks are one of the fastest growing and prevalent problems for most organizations, but today’s attacks aren’t focused on attacking just servers; they also focus on attacking your users. It’s no longer good enough to place a traditional web application firewall in place and hope that it stops the attacks against your web … continue reading

Application security for modern Ops teams

You know the drill: XSS, SQLi, command execution. Application security is stuck in 2003. That’s not just rhetoric; the same recommendations that the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) delivered as the OWASP Top Ten in 2003 has largely remained unchanged over the last 14 years. Along with that, the same defensive practices of input sanitization and … continue reading

Monitoring in a DevOps World

Engineer Theo Schlossnagle discusses the most important trends of DevOps including: A comparison of the ‘Old World’ and ‘New World’ and the emerging need for continuous monitoring, how machine learning and artificial intelligence can be used to improve process and design, and characteristics of successful monitoring Download this whitepaper today to learn more!  … continue reading

The Art & Science of Service-Level Objectives

Theo Schlossnagle offers best practices for service-level objectives including: How to design SLOs and how to evaluate their effectiveness How histograms can condense massive amounts of information into digestible and actionable insights What it means to look at SLOs ‘upside down” … continue reading

Follow the 5 stages of DevOps evolution to make your practice the best it can be

The State of DevOps Report is the longest-standing, most widely referenced and largest body of DevOps research on the planet. The 2018 report analyzes responses from more than 3,000 technical professionals from around the world to reveal the 5 Stages of DevOps Evolution. … continue reading

A No-Nonsense Guide to Deploying Containerized Applications

When your new application is ready to deploy, do you know the role that containerization will play? From Docker to Kubernetes to Titus, you need to stay on top of the latest container technology. This new ebook can help you figure out where to start. Learn about the most common container technologies and how they play … continue reading

Modern App Builds with Modern App Builders

Application build systems have evolved from reliance on manual processes to advanced automation that helps you: Deliver software faster than ever, improve release quality, reduce or eliminate manual processes, let your dev team focus on building great software. Get the ebook to learn how modern app builders can help you modernize and break free of manual pro … continue reading

Critical Considerations for Continuous Delivery

With the right foundation and optimizations, your teams can successfully adopt continuous delivery practices — and deliver software faster, with fewer bugs and lower risk. If you’re getting started with continuous delivery or evolving your approach, there are a few strategic considerations that can keep you on the right path. … continue reading

Rancher 2.0: Built on Kubernetes

Rancher 2.0 is a complete container management platform built on Kubernetes. The three core components of the new architecture are: Rancher Kubernetes Engine, Unified Cluster Management, Application Workload Management. This technical architecture paper dives into those components, and looks at all the new features in Rancher 2.0. Download this whitepaper today! … continue reading

A Microservices Reference Architecture

There are many different approaches to implementing microservices. Many of them or specific to the needs of individual development teams. A model can make it easier for those teams to develop and deliver their own microservices-based applications. This eBook offers a microservices reference architecture that includes a set of models you can use to create … continue reading

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