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Armory Introduces Spinnaker Policy Engine to Enable Developer Guardrails Across the SDLC

Note: This news was announced here as a press release on 11/12/2019. Armory’s newly released Open Policy Agent (OPA)-based Policy Engine for SDLC gives enterprises fine-grained control of the software delivery process by providing the hooks necessary to perform extensive verification of pipelines, processes, and policies in Spinnaker. The new Policy Engine for SDLC unleashes […]

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State of DevOps 2019 Report

Read the report for free, then join a Q&A webinar with lead author Dr. Nicole Forsgren The Accelerate State of DevOps Report represents six years of research and data from over 31,000 professionals worldwide. It is the largest running research of its kind, providing an independent view into the practices and capabilities that drive high […]

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Die, Long-lived Branches

Long-lived feature branches. We tend to think of them as a relic of the software development practices of yesteryear, but many businesses still have them today. Firstly, while nearly every company preaches the importance of Agile and DevOps, there are plenty of large enterprises still using waterfall-style development and delivery methods for at least a […]

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Kubernetes at Enterprise Scale: A Platform for High Speed Development

Kubernetes, the container orchestrator created and open-sourced by Google, has emerged as the de facto platform for running applications at scale. At the time of writing, Kubernetes is crossing the chasm from “early adopters” to “early majority” in the hype cycle. Google claims that most of their top cloud customers are using their Kubernetes Engine […]

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How Armory and Spinnaker Support High Performing Teams (part 3)

The “Accelerate” book by Nicole Forsgren, Jez Humble and Gene Kim identifies 24 key practices and capabilities that characterize high performing teams and organizations. These are the direct result of the State of DevOps research that the authors have led over the past 6 years. The capabilities are grouped into 5 dimensions: Continuous delivery Architecture […]

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How Armory and Spinnaker Support High Performing Teams (part 2)

The “Accelerate” book by Nicole Forsgren, Jez Humble and Gene Kim identifies 24 key practices and capabilities that characterize high performing teams and organizations. These are the direct result of the State of DevOps research that the authors have led over the past 6 years. The capabilities are grouped into 5 dimensions: Continuous delivery Architecture […]

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How Armory and Spinnaker Support High Performing Teams (Part 1)

The “Accelerate” book by Nicole Forsgren, Jez Humble and Gene Kim identifies 24 key practices and capabilities that characterize high performing teams and organizations. These are the direct result of the State of DevOps research that the authors have led over the past 6 years. The capabilities are grouped into 5 dimensions: Continuous delivery Architecture […]

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DevOps is transforming into Modern Software: Upgrading Your Management Style for DevOps

Transitioning your organization to DevOps involves an overhaul in processes, technology, roles, culture, and even mindsets so teams can effectively work together toward a common goal – but someone has to lead the effort. Focusing on four key pillars can position you for success.

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Enterprise DevOps Adoption: 4 Common Missteps and Pitfalls to Avoid while Transitioning to DevOps.

Enterprises are embracing DevOps on their march towards digital transformation in response to the mounting pressure to increase operational efficiency and decrease costs. Forrester named 2017, “the year of enterprise DevOps” as its report showed that 63% of organizations that answered their Global DevOps Benchmark survey have either implemented or are expanding on their implementation […]

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Making Teams and DevOps Work, Atlassian’s Playbook: Our No BS Guide to Unleashing your Team’s Potential

In making the switch to a distributed technology of microservices, continuous integration and continuous delivery, one of the unexpected changes for most companies is how their company structure needs to change to mirror their new distributed stack. The move to DevOps requires functioning cross-functional teams. Teamwork is a common buzzword but is not so easy […]

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