Topic: devops

Google previews new Knative-based managed Kubernetes service

Google Cloud is adding a complete managed serverless offering that handles all forms of infrastructure management for DevOps teams, taking low-level programming and deployment tasks off of their hands. The new Google Cloud Run, launched at this week’s Google Cloud Next conference in San Francisco, aims to let developers move any type of code into … continue reading

F5 Networks brings NetOps and DevOps together with NGINX acquisition

As part of its effort to bridge NetOps and DevOps, F5 Networks has announced that it is acquiring application delivery company NGINX for $670 million. According to the company, bringing the two together will enable users to focus more on their applications instead of having to worry about their infrastructure. “F5’s acquisition of NGINX strengthens … continue reading

PagerDuty brings security closer to operations

PagerDuty wants to unify the security operations among developers, operations and security teams. The company announced PagerDuty for Security Operations with new and existing security integrations across the company’s ecosystem. “With PagerDuty for Security Operations, we now bring security professionals into the fold to operate in a unified platform to engage in real-time security response,” … continue reading

Gremlin releases new chaos engineering tool

Chaos engineering company Gremlin is introducing an easier way for DevOps teams to start using chaos engineering. According to the company, chaos engineering is an approach to detecting failures before outages happen. “With the ongoing migration to microservice, serverless, and cloud environments, we believe the industry has answered ‘why do chaos engineering,’ and has begun … continue reading

SnapRoute delivers cloud-native network operating system

Saying that today’s network operating systems are keeping organizations from fully taking advantage of modern software architectures, SnapRoute today announced it is making available its Cloud Native Network Operating System (CN-NOS). The CN-NOS is containerized and cloud-native, and uses DevOps principles to give organizations the ability to deliver new services more rapidly and reliably as … continue reading

New Relic extends leadership in observability across modern architectures with APM support for AWS Lambda

New Relic, Inc., provider of real-time insights for software-driven businesses, today announced a number of innovations and enhancements for companies rapidly adopting modern software architectures, including serverless application monitoring. With today’s announcements, New Relic continues to help DevOps teams move fast, manage the complexity and performance of complex systems, and ultimately drive business value. Serverless … continue reading

premium Is security killing your digital transformation?

Hackers love traditional security. So do your competitors. Want to ruin their day? Forget what you know about how faster development increases risk. If your approach to security is slowing you down, it’s only a question of which you’ll lose faster—your data or your customers. To begin, let’s agree on one fundamental principle: In the … continue reading

NetApp tackles AI and DevOps with two new features

NetApp is turning its focus on solving AI and DevOps issues for businesses. The company announced updates to its Trident storage provisioner as well as the release of new data services and solutions at NetApp Insight in Las Vegas this week. With its new DevOps solutions, the company hopes to better align developers and IT … continue reading

O’Reilly Velocity: SRE is an opinionated implementation of DevOps

When Google first came up with the term Site Reliability Engineering, it stemmed from its own production growth and challenges. “SRE is what you get when you treat operations as if it’s a software problem. Our mission is to protect, provide for, and progress the software and systems behind all of Google’s public services — … continue reading

Gremlin releases Application Level Fault Injection for chaos engineering in serverless environments

Gremlin announced the release of Application Level Fault Injection (ALFI) earlier this week, introducing application-level failure injection and support for serverless environments to their Failure-as-a-Service platform offerings, alongside their successful Series B funding of $18 million led by Redpoint Ventures. Gremlin was launched a year ago by former Amazon and Netflix developers and was designed … continue reading

DevOps World | Jenkins World: The building blocks of cloud-native application development

Cloud-native applications are on the rise. In fact, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation recently released a report that found the use of cloud-native technologies in production increased more than 200 percent in the last couple of months. However, Justin Graham, senior manager of market strategy and ecosystem development for AWS, finds that the more a … continue reading

Gremlin unveils new features for resilient containerized infrastructure

Failure-as-a-Service platform provider Gremlin wants to make containerized infrastructure more resilient with the addition of new features. The company announced Container Discovery and Multiple Attacks features. Container Discovery enables DevOps teams to automatically identify Docker containers. Multiple Attacks enables users to simulate real-work outages. “The concept of purposefully injecting failure into systems is still new … continue reading

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