16 articles Articles posted in DevOps

How Kubernetes is changing the divide between Dev and Ops

Kubernetes is changing the divide between operations and development. Where traditionally, provisioning and managing infrastructure was a task exclusive to IT Operations, Kubernetes is shifting infrastructure towards developers. Even though public cloud, Kubernetes, and infrastructure-as-code tooling put infrastructure into their hands, developers are not operationally focused. That leaves operational aspects in the dark, which impacts many non-functional and qualitative aspects of the software being built. So how do operations and development engineers come together to …

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VMware vSphere with Tanzu is the simplest implementation of Kubernetes

While we have had capabilities to run Kubernetes on vSphere for a while now with VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid on VMware Cloud Foundation, I’ve argued in the past (listen to this CTO Advisor podcast with Keith Townsend) that this was designed for consumption of Kubernetes at scale, not at the entry-level, where I think the integration of vSphere and Kubernetes makes much more sense. Today, VMware released VMware vSphere with Tanzu, a more accessible, faster way …

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An Enterprise Container Strategy is vital for successful digital transformation

An Enterprise Container Strategy is vital for successful digital transformation

Defining an Enterprise Container Strategy starts by looking at the current bottlenecks in your processes and people, and slowly but surely, change those; introducing new technology where and when it makes sense.

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How Immutable Infrastructure prevents technical debt

How Immutable Infrastructure prevents technical debt

Immutable Infrastructure prevents technical debt by unglueing the data from the underlying operating system, middleware and application layers.

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Why running Windows containers in Kubernetes is crucial

Why running Windows containers in Kubernetes is crucial

Running Kubernetes on Windows is important because a large share of applications run on Windows. A single orchestrator helps operators and developers.

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Why Security Shift Left makes sense

Why Security Shift Left makes sense

Shift Left security is the next big thing after DevOps. DevSecOps is the movement exploring how to shift left security. This article explains what it is.

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From Peak to Peak: A Mission Control Tale from the Trenches

From Peak to Peak: A Mission Control Tale from the Trenches

Joep recounts the ripple effects and cascading failures he faced while leading cloud transformation at a Dutch retailer and argues for a mission control approach to managing resilience.

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Is cloud-native becoming mainstream? Yes, says CNCF

Is cloud-native becoming mainstream? Yes, says CNCF

The CNCF published its 2020 survey report, and claims cloud-native has become mainstream. Let’s look at their findings and conclusion.

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Chronosphere delivers on real-time insights for mission control teams

Chronosphere delivers on real-time insights for mission control teams

Chronosphere helps organizations operate reliably at scale and make data-driven decisions using their cloud-native microservices monitoring platform.

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Defining the Shape Using CALMS with Jason Lee

At DevOpsDays Amsterdam 2019, Jason Lee shared a story about the shifting shape of the IJ over time to explain how, using the CALMS model, DevOps in your organization will change shape, too. This post was originally posted to Amazic World I liked his presentation so much, I wanted to repeat his message. If you’d rather watch the actual presentation, it’s online here: Mapping DevOps using CALMS CALMS is often used as a framework for …

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