Category: DevOps

CI/CD - DevOps - Productivity

5 Test Steps Every CI/CD Pipeline Must Have

One way to build applications and consistently deliver high-quality software updates and changes to your users is to implement a CI/CD pipeline. CI/CD stands for Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery. Continuous Integration (CI) implements small changes and frequently checks in code version control repositories by pushing development teams through a coding philosophy and set of…

DevOps - Security & Compliance

Why CSA CCM is a Good Starting Point in Your Compliance Journey?

It seems like every week, there is another cyberattack in the news. The tools and tactics used by cyber adversaries are more advanced than ever before. These attacks disrupt services, compromise client data, cost millions of dollars, and more. With new cyberattacks come new and more stringent regulations to protect data, users, businesses, and governments. …

Availability & Scalability - DevOps - Infrastructure as Code

Making Your Infrastructure and Applications Available and Scalable

In the process of growing your business, you have most likely learned that meeting customer demand and being consistently available to your customers are two of the most important things your business must do. Furthermore, you probably already know that the cloud enables both. In fact, both are some of the main reasons businesses are…

DevOps - Infrastructure as Code - Observability

Introducing Observability & Monitoring Into Your System

Your system, application, and/or your infrastructure are going to have problems. Once you have your infrastructure under control, you will want to understand what’s happening in the system through Observability. The goal is to prevent as many issues as possible, but the reality is that problems are unavoidable. What’s most important is detecting problems before…

Automation - Cost Optimization - DevOps - Editor's Pick - Infrastructure as Code

How automating cloud deployments saves you money (a lot)

Throughout our hundreds  – possibly thousands – of conversations with IT professionals and managers, clients and prospects, many, many of them had made conscious decisions to delay investing in automation of one process or another – or avoid it altogether.  The reason behind this decision was usually the belief that the expense will outweigh the…