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Flowing Water Using Pipelines for CI/CD

Continuous integration and continuous deployment have become very important in the daily workflow of building a product to production. We take a look at the stages necessary to have a well-functioning CI/CD pipeline.

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John Agbanusi
3 3 Serverless Strategies to Look for in 2021

In this article, we examine the three serverless applications deployment and development approaches that are transforming the application development process and acting as a catalyst for fast adoption of the DevOps practice across the board.

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Satyam Chaturvedi
What is it What Exactly Is Serverless?

The word serverless—it’s everywhere. The word has been Googled an average of 100 times daily in 2020. Is serverless just a buzzword? A facade? Or a world where we won’t need servers anymore?

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Linda Ikechukwu
virtual meeting Agile+DevOps Culture in a Virtual World

Transforming and maintaining culture is hard enough when team members are somewhat co-located and in physical spaces—even harder when the majority are working from home. 

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Michael Sowers
Stethoscope Evaluating Team Health in Agile and DevOps

The importance of the human element in delivering great software is sometimes overlooked, as is the relationship between team health and team performance. Just like physical health checks, team checkups are important. Let's look at some factors that can affect team health and how you can evaluate the important metrics.

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Michael Sowers
Gene Gotimer Making the Most of Your DevOps: A Slack Takeover with Gene Gotimer

Thought leaders from the software community are taking over the TechWell Hub to answer questions and engage in conversations. Gene Gotimer, a senior architect at Coveros, hosted this Slack takeover and discussed all things DevOps, including whether you can have DevOps without agile and how you can reap all its benefits.

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Kelly McGee
Silhouette of person unlocking a door with keys Shifting Security Left in Your Continuous Testing Pipeline

Security is often the black sheep of testing—an afterthought that gets only a scan before release. We have to make security a first-class testing citizen with full-lifecycle support. For the best impact, introduce security testing into the early phases of the continuous testing pipeline. Here are some tools to help.

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Glenn Buckholz
Green plastic army soldier figures Building a DevOps Army

As you scale DevOps, you need more team members who understand the fundamentals. You could bring in external folks, but they're expensive and in short supply, so start building your DevOps army now by training existing employees. Here's what testers, developers, and IT operations professionals each need to know.

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Tom Stiehm