With DevOps continuing to be adopted by startups & enterprises alike, there needs to be a way to guarantee that the speed and flexibility DevOps provides is supported, and not hindered, by change management standards to ensure the success of modern enterprise.
Join Daniel Breston, Chief of DevOps Transformation for Ranger4, and Adam OBrien, Product Marketing Manager for SunView Software, as they review 5 key ideas and strategies on how to integrate your change management platform with your DevOps initiatives.
About Daniel: A Texan now living in London, Daniel has over 40 years of experience in IT Operations, ITSM, ALM, SIAM, DevOps, and Lean. Daniel currently serves as Chief of DevOps Transformations for Ranger4, a leading consultancy in business transformation based on technology.
The teams and organizations that are leading the DevOps movement have turned to their chat client to provide a new interface. By moving tools and command line functionality into chat, it's possible to create greater situational awareness and increase tribal knowledge. In this presentation, the audience will learn about the basics of ChatOps, its origins, and how teams who have fully adopted DevOps best practices are using it to deliver high-quality software quickly, deploy infrastructure safely, and manage incidents more efficiently than ever before.Read more >
Video recording of 'Delivering DevOps Automation on Windows with Rackspace'. Presented at Rackspace Unlocked on 18th November 2014.
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DevOps teams are challenged with monitoring, tracking and troubleshooting issues in a context where continuous integration servers and DevOps tools emit their own logging data. Machine data can come from numerous sources, and CD tools may not agree on a common method. Once log data has been acquired, assembling meaningful real-time metrics such as the condition of your host environment, the number of running containers, CPU usage, memory consumption and network performance can be challengingRead more >
Is your team ready for continuous code delivery? In today’s “there’s an app for that” environment, business units demand new and competitive features as quickly as they can think of them. However, even though the adjectives used to describe DevOps – release, speed, automation – are all about moving forward, doing so without an idea of where you’ve been or where you’re heading leads to unsustainable development operations.
Attend this informative TechByte sponsored by Sumo Logic and presented by Slashdot Media to learn what is takes to make adoption of a DevOps strategy a success, and avoid the “DevOps didn’t work for us” lament.
Attendees will learn:
· How to gain visibility into your entire development pipeline
· Methods for supporting faster release
· What tools matter – and how to utilize them
· The role of monitoring and how to achieve ‘single pane of glass’ views
· Why legacy waterfall development can’t meet changing demands
Don’t hesitate – register now for this timely event and learn how to increase agility of your development and operations teams.
As our DevOps webinar series has highlighted so far, time to market is a key performance differentiator for businesses. You should aim to get fixes and features in your applications to your customers as quickly as possible. This places huge pressure on traditional approaches to application development, testing and release.
In this webinar, we will cover:
•How application architecture impacts the ability to release frequently
•Typical development approaches for continuous release
•The tools and methodologies behind continuous testing
•The difference between continuous testing and release
•An example of continuous release in action
This is the fourth in our series of DevOps webinars. To register for the others or to view replays of ones you've missed, please visit the Rackspace Academy BrightTalk channel.
There is no single path to a DevOps approach that works for every organization, but there are fundamental principles and techniques used by the DevOps elite that can be applied to improve security operations and efficiency in the cloud.
In this video you'll learn ways you can adapt your organization’s processes and behaviors to gain can huge efficiencies for your security operations in the cloud:
-How to establish shared goals and collaboration between IT and DevOps
-How to integrate security into the overall development and deployment processes and tool-chain
-How faster feedback loops improve not only quality, but security as well
-What powerful security capabilities you can enable via API enabled security solutions
-How to layer your defenses to augment your existing security
In the IT world, there is no conceivable future where there are less servers or applications. As Infrastructure Software/Platform as a service gets more widespread and as technologies like cloud are used more, we will be creating more servers, more modular applications and more transient infrastructure. Application monitoring needs to adapt to this world. It also needs to go beyond just an IT tool by adding value to the overall business and to better serve your customers.
In this webinar with Sriram Rajan, Principle DevOps Engineer, we will cover :
- What questions should a monitoring tool be able to answer ?
- Monitoring, alerting and visualization tools
- What to do with all these insights
This is the third in a series of DevOps webinars from Rackspace Academy. You can register for the others, or view the ones you missed, on our BrightTalk channel.
The idea of automation in IT is not new. IT has always looked to script and batch file parts of it's operations. Infrastructure as code goes beyond just automation and looks to leverage practices and tools from software development. It is also a mindset change in the way we deploy and manage our infrastructure.
In this webinar with Sriram Rajan, Principle DevOps Engineer, we will cover:
- Why infrastructure as code
- Tools of the trade
- Best practices
- Rackspace automation support services
This is the second in a series of five DevOps webinars from Rackspace Academy. You can register for the others and watch replays of the ones you missed on our BrightTalk channel.
DevOps. The latest buzz word to drive businesses into a panic, or a new way of approaching IT Service Management to focus on delivery of business value? When the cloud and open source movements are placing pressure on your already limited resources to manage infrastructure and applications, any help and advice that reduces workload will be helpful.
Join this webinar with our DevOps Practice CTO, Chris Jackson to learn more about what DevOps really is and what it might mean for your business.
We will cover:
•What is DevOps all about?
•How to measure the business value of an IT function
•How speed is at the root of a high performing business
•What do you do when you’re looking to start a move towards DevOps
•How does DevOps integrate with ITIL?
•What is available to help me with this work?
This is the first in a series of five DevOps webinars from Rackspace Academy. To register for the others or to view replays of ones you've missed, see our BrightTalk channel.
DevOps is a dynamic, rapidly evolving space – and a clear understanding of DevOps is vital to keeping your application development projects competitive. How have the most successful organizations invested in the DevOps approach? How do organizations measure the effectiveness of DevOps in the enterprise?
In this webinar, Louis Evans from Delphix and Ian Michiels from Gleanster discuss key insights from a newly conducted survey performed by Gleanster Research of over 2,000 DevOps practitioners from around the world. This survey was unique in that instead of outlining a subjective vision for DevOps, the industry leaders and the trend-setters were asked to tell us what works and what doesn't. Louis and Ian go deep and explore the challenges, best practices, and success metrics that were uncovered.
A DevOps Middleware scenario for Development-driven situations
Do you wonder how to increase collaboration between your Operations and Development teams in support of new multi-tier applications or changes to existing applications? Is your organization looking to leverage Agile and Lean techniques to accelerate software delivery, but struggles to move teams away from silo’d mentality and behavior? Is your organization looking to adopt a DevOps approach but is not sure how to start?
If any of these questions sound familiar, join us on this TechByte session where we will discuss practices and tools that will help address these challenges.
L’objectif de ce webcast est de présenter comment la technologie permet d’atteindre les objectifs DevOps en éliminant les contraintes et les goulots d'étranglement qui perturbent la production de valeur pour les clients finaux
Why DevOps is the answer to Digital Transformation
The objective of this webcast is to show how technology allows to reach the DevOps objectives by eliminating constraints and bottlenecks that disrupt the production of value for end users
Join Gene Kim, best selling author and DevOps provocateur, and Kurt Milne VP Product Marketing at CliQr Technologies, as they discuss the transformative power of automated build and test workstreams that cross cloud and datacenter environments. And, learn about three CliQr design patterns that enable automated application stack deployment as steps on the path to DevOps Nirvana.Read more >
DevOps isn't a tool or a product. It's an operational approach that changes how organizations think about developing and deploying applications. The ultimate goal? Creating better customer experiences.
By uniting development and operations teams to automate and standardize such efforts as infrastructure deployment, you get faster innovation, accelerated time to market, improved deployment quality, better operational efficiency, and more time to focus on your core business goals.
Join us in a webinar where you’ll be introduced to the Rackspace approach to DevOps where we automate entire application environments by treating infrastructure as code. Through configuration management tools such as Chef and Windows PowerShell® Desired State Configuration (DSC), we automate the deployment and scaling of complex application environments.
Eric Brinkman is the Product Manager of the DevOps Automation Service, responsible for growth, new features, and technology integration of the service level. Eric holds a Computer Engineering degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and is currently working on a MBA from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Prior to joining Rackspace in July of 2013, Eric worked for AMD leading microprocessor product development teams.