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Three Reasons SSO is DevOps’ Best Friend


Nearly 200—that’s how many passwords the average business user has according to an article in Security Magazine. When it comes to troubleshooting, having even just two logins is one too many. Quick resolution requires full visibility into all systems. It also requires quick access …


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To Cloud or Not to Cloud?


There’s a question I’m sure is keeping some IT managers and CTOs up at night. How do you know when it’s right to move a workload to the cloud? And when you finally make the decision to migrate, how do you choose the best location for …


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Cloud Migration Is No Drama – Or Is It?


Great! You’ve made the decision to migrate to the cloud. What should be the first step towards that goal? The answer is: defining a cloud migration team that understands the vision, has skilled members to carry out required tasks, and is available to contribute …



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The DevOps Slide: Shift to the Left


A culture of collaborative and continuous learning. Transparent knowledge sharing. Agile methods and automation as a means of accelerating innovation. Building good software. These are some of the core tenets of DevOps. Day in and day out, DevOps teams can expect to drive application …



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Public Cloud – To Migrate or Not: That is the Question


Public clouds provide enormous scale and elasticity. Combined with a consumption-based model and instant deployment methodologies, they provide a platform that is extremely agile and avoids locking of precious capital. Surely it’s a no-brainer and why every company has plans to migrate workloads to the …


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How Business Leaders Can Put the “Dev” Back in DevOps


The trouble with troubleshooting? When it’s the No. 1 activity on which tech professionals spend their time, there’s little of it left for development and innovation. As business and technology leaders, we must ensure developers, web product managers (WPMs), and DevOps teams have time …


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IT Operations: Coping with Cloud


You’ll find no shortage of blog posts and thought pieces about how cloud computing has forever changed the IT landscape. The topic is usually addressed in an “adapt or die” argument: cloud is coming for your on-prem applications, and without applications in your data …