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Continuous Delivery

Continuous Delivery is a set of practices that ensure a code base is always in a deployable state. This helps in getting code into production safely, often, quickly and consistently. Continuous Delivery standardizes and automates the steps developers go through to go from code in a code base to production. CD allows developers to routinely ‘call’ the process on-demand.

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Dealing with DevOps Metrics and KPIs

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are a great principle to measure how well your organization performs. DevOps accelerates the automation of (almost) everything within the entire organization. Therefore you need useful KPIs...
One level up_ low-code and why it matters

One level up: low-code and why it matters

There is an ever-growing need to develop and deliver business applications to answer the increasing demand from internal as well as external customers. DevOps teams feel squeezed by business representatives as...

What Compliance-as-Code means for your business

Have you already heard of Compliance-as-Code? Are you familiar with “compliance officers” in your organization? If not, you might be curious what 'compliance' means. Quite recently there have been some talks...
Going serverless

Going serverless: considerations for your organization

One of the latest cloud computing trends is to use serverless computing for deploy software applications. But what is serverless? In short: organizations do not maintain Virtual Machines or containers anymore....
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DevSecOps – Building a Secure DevOps Pipeline

DevSecOps is the next stage in the DevOps revolution; integrating security practices into the development and operations workflows at an early stage. There is little argument that DevOps as a paradigm has...
Risk Management in a DevOps world

Risk Management in a DevOps world

Every great new feature of the application you push to production provides an opportunity to increase the revenue of your organization. On the other hand, every commit and with it, every...
The benefits of single application CICD whitepaper

The benefits of single application CI/CD

Continuous Integration and Delivery (CI/CD) has changed the way we build, test, and deploy software. Releases that happened weekly, monthly, or more, can now be pushed several times a day. In order...

A beginner’s guide to GitOps and how it works

Infrastructure automation using DevOps best practices As software applications become more sophisticated, the demands on infrastructure increase. Teams need to support complex deployments at immense scale and speed. GitOps is an operational...
Protecting your serverless workloads is not a “nice to have”

Protecting your serverless workloads is not a “nice to have”

Serverless computing has gained a lot of traction the last couple of years. Many organizations are already experimenting with it and using its fullest potential for their applications. As described in...

Do we still need architecture in a DevOps world?

Modern IT architecture, with all the layers of abstraction, is difficult. It also seems like every couple of months a brand new shiny thing pops up out of Silicon Valley, Seattle,...