Topic: devops

ITOps Times news digest: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2 beta, Keyfactor’s DevOps integrations, and Circonus’ latest investment

Red Hat has released the latest beta version of its enterprise Linux platform. Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8.2 focuses on making it easier for users to innovate faster as well as updates the user experience, monitoring and performancing capabilities.  As part of the user experience, the team has streamlined its subscription process, and adds … continue reading

LogicMonitor acquires Unomaly

LogicMonitor acquires Unomaly for enhanced IT observability

LogicMonitor has announced it is acquiring the AIOps company Unomaly in the hopes of providing IT teams with better visibility into infrastructure issues and unexpected changes and events. Unomaly aims to bring a smarter approach to monitoring for all types of software systems. “Unomaly’s technology focuses on the automatic detection of log anomalies to support … continue reading

Compuware aims to modernize the mainframe with new features and partnerships

Mainframe DevOps provider Compuware announced a new partnership with CloudBees as well as updates to its Topaz tool. According to the company, the new announcements will help users modernize their existing mainframe resources with low risk and low cost. The CloudBees Technical Alliance Partner Program (TAPP) Premier Partnership is a unified program for independent software … continue reading

ITOps 2020 predictions from around the industry

Tim Armandpour, SVP of engineering at PagerDuty Forget reliability — with the adoption of resilience engineering and the proper use of automation, operators can expect a 20% reduction in unplanned work. Today’s organizations are fixated on the reliability of their technology. But any developer can tell you that the reality is not if it will … continue reading

ITOps news digest: Fairwinds Insights, RedisInsight, and StackRox Kubernetes security platform 3.0

Fairwinds new SaaS platform is launching a free public beta program. Fairwinds Insight is an open-source project for DevOps teams managing multiple Kubernetes clusters. The project is designed to give teams insight into any potential problems. According to the company, it can reduce the time it takes to research, learn and deploy Kubernetes auditing tools; … continue reading

DevOps Institute announces a new course for site reliability engineering

The DevOps Institute today announced a Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) Foundation certification that will be available to registered education partners starting in January of next year. While there is no prerequisite to take the examination, a training course through an accredited partner is required.  According to the company, the certification content includes practical advice, related … continue reading

Report: What is holding back digital transformation?

Traditional IT operations challenges, like conflicts between Dev and Ops, siloed teams, and reactive incident management, are roadblocks to success in a digital world. In a new report called “Adapt or Perish: The OpsRamp Report on Modern IT Operation in the Digital Age,” OpsRamp set out to determine what factors prevent IT teams from embracing … continue reading

6 Best Practices for Creating a Container Platform Strategy

Infrastructure and operations (I&O) leaders globally are facing demand from the C-level to use containers to speed up application delivery. But the rapid adoption of container technology does not necessarily mean that it is a fit for every organization. Containers can help enterprises modernize legacy applications and create new cloud-native applications that are both scalable … continue reading

Report: 94 percent of ITSM personnel aren’t fully integrated into DevOps

While the burgeoning of DevOps environments in enterprises has brought development teams together and sped up software delivery, only 6 percent of IT service management personnel state that they are fully involved in their company’s DevOps activities and ambitions, according to a survey by Sysaid. This number is down from the 13 percent who felt … continue reading

IT Operations in 2020 will require a metamorphosis

IT Operations in 2020: Five Things to Know

The threat of digital disruption has forced senior executives and technology leaders to rethink business models, data assets, and distribution channels, to create more innovative products and services that will delight customers and overcome more nimble competitors. Over the last decade, enterprises have completely transformed the way they build, deploy, manage, and maintain mission-critical services … continue reading

Red Sky Ops to optimize apps in Kubernetes environments

Carbon Relay is introducing a new open-source project to help DevOps teams manage and improve the performance of Kubernetes-based applications.  RELATED CONTENT: AIOps Exchange to lay the groundwork for AIOps’ future According to the company, DevOps teams often struggle with how many valuable infrastructure resources are provisioned for an application in a Kubernetes environment, which … continue reading

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

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