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quality Are You Testing The Quality Into Your Software?

The test team shouldn’t have the onus to improve the software quality, rather the quality should already be built into the software.   A few subtle indicators can reveal if the quality isn’t being built into the software.

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Richard Estra
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
DJ Schleen Best Practices of the DevSecOps Elite: A Slack Takeover with DJ Schleen

Thought leaders from the software community are taking over the TechWell Hub to answer questions and engage in conversations. DJ Schleen, a DevSecOps advocate, hosted this Slack takeover and discussed all things DevSecOps, including challenges to integrating security into your practices and getting management support.

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Kelly McGee
Dockerfile icon image Exploring Containers: Creating a Dockerfile

Docker containers are launched using Docker images, which are built from layers of Dockerfiles. A Dockerfile is a text document that contains all the commands or instructions to create, copy, and run an image. Let’s look at what goes into creating a Dockerfile, which could be used to build a runnable Docker image.

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Deepak Vohra
Sunlight breaking through clouds Features of Serverless Cloud Platforms

With the advent of serverless computing, several serverless platforms have become available, precluding the requirement to provision and expose the infrastructure needed on a server-based compute environment. Let’s examine some of the features to expect in a serverless platform so you can know what to prioritize.

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Deepak Vohra
Aerial shot of a container lot Using More Advanced Kubernetes Controllers

Kubernetes is an object-oriented framework for orchestration of Docker containers. While running basic Kubernetes objects like pods and services is essential to all Kubernetes applications, what controller to use should be based on several factors. Let’s explore some advanced controller options for additional features.

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Deepak Vohra