Archives for the tag: DevOps

High-performing IT teams are embracing the DevOps revolution. And no wonder: a recent survey from HDI showed that the consumerization of technology is raising the bar in terms of what companies expect of their IT teams and the services they deliver. But what is DevOps all about, anyway?

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Anyone who works in support will agree: it feels like the dev team isn't exactly on your side. One of the biggest frustrations in support is when a problem can’t be solved because the dev team is needed to fix a bug or create a new feature. Check out we broke down the departmental silos.

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3 DevOps principles to apply to your IT team

DevOps is a movement that advocates a collaborative working relationship between Development and IT Operations, where historically they have been separated. Check out the three main DevOps principles (from The DevOps Cookbook) and how to apply them to your IT team.

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Announcing an open source Puppet Module for Sonatype Nexus

TL;DR We've open-sourced a Puppet module to help manage the configuration of Sonatype Nexus instances. Check it out! The Build Engineering team at Atlassian has been running Sonatype Nexus instances for a few years now. We use Nexus for storing our public and private artifacts on https://maven.atlassian.com/ (which receives 2.6 million requests/day), publishing to maven central and the various proxies that we have spread out across the world to support our build grid, and our global development

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Shipping a new feature always brings a mixture of emotions, no matter your role in getting it out the door. The sense of accomplishment is sweet, albeit tempered by the knowledge that there are so many cool things that aren't shipping in this iteration... but you also get that spike of anticipatory excitement when you think of shipping those cool things in future iterations. The whole thing is like chipotle-spiced dark chocolate with PopRocks (this actually exists, and should be its own food group). So

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Thursday October 24th, 9am Pacific We all know that the DevOps approach brings developers and operators into closer collaboration. We also know about the emphasis on automation - especially around testing. Do these factors combine to spell the end of the QA department? Is there a place for QA specialists in a DevOps world, and if so, what is it? Join us for a discussion about the challenges QA'ers face in this brave new era, and how teams are making it work. Our esteemed panelists will

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