Wed.Dec 04, 2019

Untapping the Potential of DevOps, Part 2: Common Mistakes

DevOps.com

Many companies are turning to software to differentiate themselves and drive success. But with an increased focus on software comes ever-increasing customer expectations on performance and updates.

DevOps Trends to Watch for in 2020

Dzone - DevOps

Here's what you can look forward to in DevOps in 2020. Marc Andreessen, the founder of Netscape, said long back about how software is eating the world. He also said that every company is a software company these days, and software companies are poised to take over broad swathes of the economy.

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Developing Your Executive Presence

thoughtLEADERS, LLC

Mike Figliuolo, thoughtLEADERS’ Managing Director, sat down with Jim and Jan of The Leadership Podcast to discuss executive presence. thoughtLEADERS is proud to announce a new initiative with The Leadership Podcast to provide very short podcasts called “chalk talks.”

Scrum Master Anti-Patterns — 20 Signs Your Scrum Master Needs Help

Scrum.org

TL; DR: Scrum Master Anti-Patterns. Scrum Master anti-patterns: The reasons why Scrum Masters violate the spirit of the Scrum Guide are multi-faceted. They run from ill-suited personal traits and the pursuit of individual agendas to frustration with the team itself.

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Gartner Report - Introducing DataOps Into Your Data Management Discipline

Data teams are increasingly under pressure to deliver data to support a range of consumers and use cases. DataOps techniques can address the data delivery challenges through a more agile and collaborative approach to building and managing data pipelines.

How to Manage Your Workload So You Have Time for the Unexpected

Next Level Blog

Most leaders have calendars that are what an engineer would call a tightly coupled system. Their schedules are so packed with back to back meetings and commitments that they have no margin for the unexpected but inevitable problems and issues that pop up. At that point, their calendar gets shredded and they have a fight or flight inducing crisis on their hands as they try to address the surprises while keeping everything else moving.

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Becoming a Data Company: Back to the Future

DevOps.com

Transformations are complex, and it’s often difficult to see the big picture when you’re in the middle of one. The elegance of the end-state of harmonious synergy between software and data belie the complexity and chaos of the transition we find ourselves in the midst of.

Amazon’s kooky new keyboard lets humans and AI write music together

CTOvision

Amazon has come up with an entertaining but unlikely way to get developers excited about using its AI services: music.

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Test Automation Is the Single Most Important Factor in Accelerating Innovation, Say 90% of IT Leaders

DevOps.com

Independent Survey Finds Manual Testing a Major Impediment to Business Success,Yet Only 7% of Organizations Automate Tests on Mainframe Code 77% of organizations find it increasingly difficult to increase quality, velocity and efficiency to meet innovation goals when developing and testing mainframe application code.

The Artificial Intelligence Industry and Global Challenges

CTOvision

Read Fabian Westerheide take a look at the global challenges faced by the artificial intelligence industry on Forbes : Whoever controls the strongest artificial intelligence controls the world. Artificial intelligence is the most important technology of the 21st century. It is therefore important to understand global ambitions and movements. In this article I examine the […].

Why Distributed Tracing is Essential for Performance and Reliability

Speaker: Daniel "spoons" Spoonhower, CTO and Co-Founder at Lightstep

Many engineering organizations have now adopted microservices or other loosely coupled architectures, often alongside DevOps practices. Together these have enabled individual service teams to become more independent and, as a result, have boosted developer velocity. However, this increased velocity often comes at the cost of overall application performance or reliability. Worse, teams often don’t understand what’s affecting performance or reliability – or even who to ask to learn more. Distributed tracing was developed at organizations like Google and Twitter to address these problems and has also come a long way in the decade since then. By the end of this presentation, you’ll understand why distributed tracing is necessary and how it can bring performance and reliability back under control.

Compassionate Coding with April Wensel

Marcus Blankenship - Podcasts

Episode 32. ??Are Are you compassionate? In this episode of Programming Leadership, Marcus and his guest, April Wensel discuss compassion in technology and how it affects people. April shares how to become more compassionate as individuals and how we can bring more compassion into our organizations.

Why business leaders are short sighted on AI

CTOvision

Read Greg Nichols explain why business leaders are short-sighted in matters of artificial intelligence on ZDNet : Artificial intelligence is one of the most marketed (hyped, you might say) and ill-defined technology categories being packaged and lobbed at those in the enterprise these days. You might think overexposure would lead to fatigue and a healthy […].

Practical Approaches to Long-Term Cloud-Native Security

DevOps.com

There is no shortage of advice out there about how to secure modern, cloud-native workloads.

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Intel Unveils 7nm Xe Ponte Vecchio GPU For HPC, AI Workloads

CTOvision

Intel has revealed the first details of its 7-nanometer Xe GPU for high-performance computing and artificial intelligence workloads in the data center, code-named Ponte Vecchio. It is a momentous occasion for the Santa Clara, Calif.-based based company, which on Sunday at the Supercomputing conference in Denve shared greater details of its GPU plans for the first time […].

Data Analytics in the Cloud for Developers and Founders

Speaker: Javier Ramírez, Senior AWS Developer Advocate, AWS

You have lots of data, and you are probably thinking of using the cloud to analyze it. But how will you move data into the cloud? In which format? How will you validate and prepare the data? What about streaming data? Can data scientists discover and use the data? Can business people create reports via drag and drop? Can operations monitor what’s going on? Will the data lake scale when you have twice as much data? Is your data secure? In this session, we address common pitfalls of building data lakes and show how AWS can help you manage data and analytics more efficiently.

The Experimenter (A Preferred Product Owner Stance)

Scrum.org

What is an Experimenter? Sir Isaac Newton , Louis Pasteur , Marie Curie , Albert Einstein , and Nikola Tesla ; this woman and these gentlemen are considered to be some of the greatest scientists of all time.

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From IT Administrator to Kubernetes Administrator

The New Stack

Dell Technologies sponsored this podcast, which was recorded at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2019 , Nov. 18-21 in San Diego. We’re witnessing the next stage of digital transformation.

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Maintain Control: A Guide to Webpack and React, Pt. 2

Toptal

In a React/Webpack development scenario, there are myriad options to choose from. It's worth exploring some advanced techniques when it comes to TypeScript, CSS, web workers, and service workers

Why AWS Decided to Let Developers Manage Kubernetes with Serverless

The New Stack

Following the popularity of its Fargate serverless container offering, Amazon Web Services will now allow users to use Fargate’s serverless model to manage and provision clusters on Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS).

How to Choose the Best Embedded Analytics Solution to Modernize Your Application

If you are looking to modernize your application to improve competitiveness, then one of the quickest wins you can have is to embed sophisticated analytics that will wow your existing and prospective customers.

How DevOps Has Impacted Development – A Look at the Before and After

Dzone - DevOps

A look at the changing effect of DevOps. A lot has changed in software development in the last decade. While there are arguably more important changes that have changed place, the DevOps revolution has made industry waves in a good way throughout a variety of software development companies.

How to stop failing at DevOps

TechBeacon

Although more than 60% of organizations have adopted DevOps at some level, according to Forrester, many continue to struggle with it.

AWS’ CodeGuru Will Point Out What’s Wrong with Your Code

The New Stack

Amazon Web Services wants to bring the full power of machine learning (ML) to code development. At the company’s annual user Re:Invent conference, the company has launched a new service, called CodeGuru , aimed to automate code reviews and provide application performance recommendations.

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Software Buyers vs. Software Suppliers: Two very different perspectives

SIG

Both sides underestimate the complexity of software By Luc Brandts Reading time: 3 minutes For some time now, I’ve been on the side of independently evaluating and improving software. This is a rather unique position to be in and a very interesting one, indeed.

The Rise of Embedded Self-Service Analytics

Speaker: Chris Von Simson & Nat Venkataraman

Can your users get the data and analytics they need without leaving your application? Watch this webinar with Chris von Simson of Dresner Advisory Services as he shares why user enablement has emerged as the theme in today’s embedded analytics landscape.

What Is ‘Cloud Native’ (and Why Does It Matter)?

The New Stack

Cloud computing adoption has accelerated rapidly as technology leaders look to achieve the right mix of on-premise and managed cloud services for various applications and workloads.

Perimeter Is Where Your Workload Is: Creating Policy Abstracted from IP Addressing

Palo Alto Networks

By Christer Swartz, global consulting engineer. Cloud, containers and microservices are some of the disruptive technologies that have had a transformative impact on enterprise security in recent years.

What Do CIOs Need To Know About Managing Millennials?

The Accidental Successful CIO

CIOs need to know a few basic things in order to lead millennials Image Credit: ITU Pictures. I’m hoping that we can all agree that the nature of our IT department’s workforce has been changing over the past few years.

The Unparalleled Lovability of MFT

Beyond B2B

You gotta love MFT (Managed File Transfer). Or at least give it a try. Integration & APIs

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Nine Developer Enablement Practices to Achieve DevOps at Enterprise Scale

In this eBook, Christian Oestreich, a senior software engineering leader with experience at multiple Fortune 500 companies, shares how a metrics-driven mindset can dramatically improve software quality and enable DevOps at enterprise scale.