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Review: Chef 12 fires up devops

A rich dev and test toolchain, collaborative end-to-end workflow, and improved Windows support put Chef in a league of its own

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Save the whale: Docker rightfully shuns standardization

The Open Container Project wants to standardize Docker the old-fashioned way: by committee. The pushback from Docker delivers a compelling counterpoint

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Devs love containers -- and ops should, too

Docker containers have dramatically improved the efficiency of software development, and now pioneering ops folks are starting to see the benefits

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5 keys to conquering container security

Containers present a golden opportunity to bake security into development and operations processes; let’s seize it

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Do developers really care about security?

InfoWorld talks with GitHub's Jamesha Fisher about the cultural shifts necessary for baking security early into the devops process

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3 key factors missing from your cloud business case

Don't ignore these 3 major considerations when justifying a cloud effort

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Docker 1.12 debuts, bringing Windows, Mac desktop editions

Desktop development environments for Mac and Windows use native virtualization for speed and boost Docker's out-of-the-box cluster management and scheduling system

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Apache Mesos turns 1.0, but it’s no Kubernetes clone

The Apache project for container orchestration aims higher than merely managing Docker or being a Kubernetes competitor

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OpenStack's future: Docker workloads on Kubernetes

OpenStack is set to become a Docker-ized app that runs on Kubernetes and help Google's plans for an open source hybrid cloud

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The one big change in IT

A chat with IT consultant and former InfoWorlder Bob Lewis leads to a couple of entertaining revelations

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The Three Ways: Core principles of devops

If devops has a foundation to build upon that foundation would probably be called The Three Ways. Originally developed by Gene Kim, these three principles underpin what devops is about. From here, many other principles are built but...

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Devops lessons for security operations

Security operations teams can take inspiration from DevOps, says Haiyan Song, VP of security markets at Splunk. Developers, security teams, and operations need to work together so that problems gets resolved faster.

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Chef combines 3 devops tools in one package

The new Automate enterprise commercial bundle is an integrated option for existing Chef users, but not a requirement

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What serverless computing really means

For developers, worrying about infrastructure is a chore they can do without. Serverless computing relieves that burden

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Kubernetes 1.3 tackles current and future container questions

The new version of the at-scale container management framework adds better support for increasingly critical container behaviors like persistency

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New toolset makes it possible to build and ship Docker containers within Ansible

Using Ansible playbooks, instead of Docker's tools, opens the doors to new kinds of dev automation

Real-world devops failures -- and how to avoid them

Real-world devops failures -- and how to avoid them

To deliver on the promise of devops, heed these hard-earned lessons of devops gone wrong

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More code deploys mean fewer security headaches

Contrary to what you might think, updating code a lot can cut security issues in half -- and improve software quality

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