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How Continuous Integration Works, and the Big Benefit No One Talks About By Sarah Albeb In a digital world that moves as fast as ours, programmers are applying new, creative ways of thinking to the software development process in a non-stop push for ever-faster turnaround times. In DevOps, Continuous Integration (CI) is increasingly the integration method of choice, in large part because of the speed at which it enables the release of new features, bug fixes, and product updates. CI dictates that every time a developer pushes code to an application, an automated process grabs the current code from a shared repository, integrates the new build, and tests the software for problems. This approach leads to faster results and ensures software is tested on a regular basis, which enables further DevOps automation processes such as delivery, deployment, and experimentation.... (more)

Microservices and Monoliths | @DevOpsSummit #AI #DevOps #Microservices

Microservices, Monoliths, and Self-Contained Systems: Time to Break It Down By Josh Symonds Is your application too difficult to manage? Do changes take dozens of developers hundreds of hours to execute, and frequently result in downtime across all your site’s functions? It sounds like you have a monolith! A monolith is one of the three main software architectures that define most applications. Whether you’ve intentionally set out to create a monolith or not, it’s worth at least weighing the pros and cons of the different architectural approaches and deciding which one makes the m... (more)

How to Make AppDynamics the Salt & Pepper of the Spice Rack

Large financial services enterprises are known to invest in tools which are not always fully adopted. Many are excellent tools which for one reason or another ended up being adopted to a fraction of their potential or, even worse, were shelved without making an appearance in a production environment. Thinking about these tools often reminds me of my favorite Michael McIntyre sketch, herbs and spices. Sometimes, in my head, I like to replace the unused herbs and spices with tools I have come across in my career which were selected by large enterprises but weren’t properly adopted (... (more)

Six Ways CIOs Can Drive #DigitalTransformation | @DevOpsSummit #DevOps #Analytics

Six Ways CIOs Can Drive Digital Transformation and Lead Their Companies Toward Revenue By Megan Van Vlack Growing a digital business is essential for virtually every enterprise across every industry. Large enterprises and small businesses alike are digitizing their internal and customer-facing processes and services to increase efficiency, scale their businesses, and collect meaningful data. Yet, while many companies have launched digital services to collect data, we haven’t fully tapped into the potential of data analytics—even though studies suggest that digital will be a top ... (more)

The Importance of #APM | @DevOpsSummit @AppDynamics #DevOps #AI

The Importance of APM for Developers By Omed Habib Software developers are the modern equivalent of medieval craftsman. In the old days, masters of the constructive arts - such as those who transformed trees into furniture - would take responsibility for the entire user experience. They did everything from design and configuration to implementation and delivery. If a chair leg broke or wobbled, the craftsman  would also be responsible for resolving the fix. Clearly, the ways of the old masters are not possible at scale. They're more equivalent to a waterfall approach than what's ... (more)