About five years ago, “DevOps engineer” appeared as a regular job title. Since then, activity around recruiting and transitioning existing roles of IT and Quality...

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Vince Power July 23, 2019

As application development has moved its collective mindset towards running in containers on cloud platforms, there are a few technologies that are front and center...

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Kelsey Loughman July 22, 2019

In ITIL, ITSM and traditional IT operations, at one point in time, the adoption of agile infrastructure and collaborative workflows seemed ludicrous. But now, in...

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Dan Holloran July 19, 2019

In the modern era of application delivery and rapid deployment, both developers and IT professionals need to take on-call responsibilities. Monitoring and alerting needs to...

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Chris Riley July 17, 2019

With the agility of modern development practices and infrastructure comes a new set of challenges – namely, that applications consist of more parts, and the...

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Dan Holloran July 16, 2019

ChatOps is a method for using tools to execute commands, surface alert context and take action directly through chat. You can align human workflows with...

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In a world of rapid software delivery and CI/CD (continuous integration and delivery), things break. Servers go down, third-party services fail and new code in...

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Bill Emmett July 10, 2019

Starting right now, you can make on-call suck less, for less. For a limited time, you can save up to 50% on VictorOps! DevOps and...

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Nell Gable July 08, 2019

Happy (almost) SysAdmin Day! With incredible July weather comes the time to celebrate system administrators everywhere. The 20th annual SysAdmin Appreciation Day takes place this...

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Chris Riley July 01, 2019

Exception monitoring and incident management are both examples of jargony terms that don’t mean what you might assume when you first hear them. Unless you...

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