In our last blogpost, we were talking about the latest 2018 Accelerate State of DevOps Report and highlighting the best practices of successful DevOps teams. Keep on reading to know the main findings of the report.
Unless you’re a newcomer to the software delivery industries, you should be familiar with DevOps Research and Assessment – also known simply as DORA. This company has been growing a solid reputation, since their reports provide a very useful and informative baseline regarding development operations.
Much has been said about what is DevOps and how it works, such as defining it as a set of tools and techniques to manage IT infrastructure.
Companies from different sectors, including banking, are adopting DevOps methodologies in order to improve time-to-market as well as develop structures that allow them to easily scale their services, be faster and more agile.
There are three major challenges associated with working with Blockchain. These are tools, processes and culture. In order to succeed, the technology needs to be supported all the way up to the executive level. This means ensuring there is more than enough resources for proper implementation. If the integration is not carried with passion then it is a lost cause.
People who need to monitor their systems when they use DevOps methodology will find a number of useful DevOps monitoring tools to help make the process easier. With so many different types of monitoring tools available to choose from, it can be tricky to know which ones to opt for. Here are some of the top monitoring tools that are available to use.