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The world of cloud computing is now witnessing two growing trends: the one is the use of DevOps, as a mechanism as well as approach to develop and deploy application, and the other one is deploying those applications to different types of cloud services or providers. The number of enterprises dealing with multi cloud is increasing day by day. Enterprises are formulating unique DevOps strategies for their multi cloud application deployment. The DevOps tools used by any organization must have

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bimodal

A bimodal capability can be defined in a simple manner as the marriage of two coherent, distinct, approaches to create and deliver business change: Mode 1: It is a linear approach to emphasizing predictability, change, stability, and accuracy. Mode 2: It is a nonlinear approach to get valuable lessons through emphasizing agility, iteration, and speed. Our modern digital world is full of great opportunities, but it is also filled with plethora of risks and uncertainties. Enterprises are required to change

Devops Security

In many instance, data being in flight or at rest often get ignored or left unencrypted. Also many times, organization put away role-oriented security to allow faster production. This section focuses on various critical issues associated with DevOps security to understand potential linked vulnerabilities and ways to resolve them. Security in DevOps – Prioritizing It Enterprises across the globe, for the last two decades, have visualized security as just another add-on in DevOps. However, in order to ensure the right

Agile

Despite continuous advancements in the field of IT and application development, IT challenges have continued to haunt enterprises causing numerous crisis situations: Difficult and complex upgrades Extremely high cost of ownership Counterproductive cross-functional processes Apps failing to deliver as per business requirements Inflexibility creating restrictions in business process change When Agile is Not so Agile The issue is that IT often defines “agile” in many different ways than businesses do. One can find many IT shops where agility is being

Agile

Many organizations implement an agile methodology and get mixed results, while many others make excellent progress in applying agile best practices, and still face challenges such as botched deployments, missed dates, and low quality. What are the factors that deprive organizations from achieving desired results even after applying agile? Many agile experts point to certain agile methodologies concentrating only on the development side of the house, and in doing so they ignore the operations side of the house. Organizations need

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