The Top Seven Day Two DevOps Challenges

As DevOps evolves, engineering leaders face demands way beyond CI/CD automation. This guide explores the industry’s top challenges (and ways to solve them), including effectively scaling, delivering business results, and increasing productivity in software teams.

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Ovum Analyst White paper Hybrid Integration Platforms

Integration is the lifeblood of today's digital economy. Hybrid integration is a key business imperative for most enterprises, as digitalization has led to a proliferation of applications, services, APIs, and data stores that need to be connected to realize end-to-end functionality and, in many cases, an entirely new digital business proposition. A hybrid integration platform caters to a range of integration needs, including on-premises app integration, cloud application integration, messaging, event streaming, rapid API creation and lifecycle management, B2B/EDI integration, mobile application/back-end integration, and file transfer. User productivity tools and deployment flexibility are key characteristics of a hybrid integration platform that helps enterprises respond faster to evolving digital business requirements.

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Agile Integration Architecture Technical Whitepaper

Organizations pursuing digital transformation must embrace new ways to use and deploy integration technologies, so they can move quickly in a manner appropriate to the goals of multi cloud, decentralization and microservices. Integration must transform to allow organizations to move boldly in building new customer experiences, rather than forcing models for architecture and development that pull away from maximizing the organization’s productivity.

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API for Dummies Handbook (Third Edition)

APIs are a hot topic, energetically debated by business people, IT managers, and developers alike. Most of the excitement in the public space is about open public APIs. To some degree, not having a public API today is like not having a website in the late 1990s. Yet for many enterprises, public APIs are really the least of their business concerns. More important concerns include building omni-channel solutions, innovating faster than the competition, becoming a mobile enterprise, or operating in a hybrid cloud environment.

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Central Role of Messaging Middleware in Cloud and Digital Transformation Initiatives

Highly decentralized computing is the new normal for most organizations, and digital transformation (DX) initiatives are changing application architectures to event driven to support real-time and near-real-time response cycles. In this environment, enterprises are increasingly turning to messaging middleware to meet the combined requirements of complexity, speed, reliability, and security to connect the digital world of applications and data.

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Exposing the SOAP service as a REST API: A hands-on tutorial

APIs are becoming the digital glue of today’s fast-moving marketplace. They allow you to quickly create interfaces with back-end systems and applications, and then share those interfaces with customers, partners and others to expand your organizations’ reach. Over the last 10 years, the web has essentially become a service-oriented platform, where information and functionality are available through an API. Many early APIs were written using SOAP. But now REST is the dominant development choice, and publication of REST APIs is on the rise.

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Time To Replace Symantec?

Switch from Symantec, and get the industry’s best endpoint security from enSilo, which automatically protects everything in real time – from workstations and servers with current and legacy operating systems to manufacturing and Internet of Things (IoT) devices – even blocking threats that bypass traditional AV.

We're the only solution that protects in real time. enSilo offers fully automated security and orchestrated incident response across any communication device in a single integrated platform with flexible deployment options – all for a low, predictable operating cost.

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Six Steps to Container Security

An application or service that you develop once to run in multiple clouds has a clear advantage over one that is bound to a single OS or runtime environment. Container technology makes it possible, but container security vulnerabilities are beginning to surface. We describe 6 steps you can take to ensure that container security doesn’t become a DevOps roadblock.

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Addressing Challenges in Hybrid Cloud Security

How can you secure your apps and services without compromising your schedule? (Hint: It’s all in the automation.) Enterprises are using hybrid cloud technologies to enrich the user experience and power their digital transformation. But running applications in public clouds while managing the application data in private clouds makes for a unique set of security requirements. We discuss the challenges that DevOps teams face in hybrid environments and how those challenges can be overcome.

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EGS White Paper Trend Micro April 2018

You’re using an array of platform- and infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) cloud services to build and deliver new applications and services into today’s hotly competitive market. And it’s your CI/CD pipeline that enables the speed you need to succeed – but your cybersecurity regime must keep pace. We discuss how to apply the DevOps principals to codify and improve your cybersecurity practices and controls.

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An Application-Centric Solution for DNS, DHCP and IP Address Management

Fundamental changes are taking place in enterprise IT. The first is how applications are deployed – from application architectures through the processes of code, integration, test and production. The second is how applications are delivered. Enterprises are adopting distributed infrastructures using public cloud, edge networks and private cloud for better performance, uptime and efficiency. In almost every industry, achieving competitive advantage through applications is driving IT transformation.

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Six Steps to Container Security

An application or service that you develop once to run in multiple clouds has a clear advantage over one that is bound to a single OS or runtime environment. Container technology makes it possible, but container security vulnerabilities are beginning to surface. We describe 6 steps you can take to ensure that container security doesn’t become a DevOps roadblock.

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Addressing Challenges in Hybrid Cloud Security

How can you secure your apps and services without compromising your schedule? (Hint: It’s all in the automation.) Enterprises are using hybrid cloud technologies to enrich the user experience and power their digital transformation. But running applications in public clouds while managing the application data in private clouds makes for a unique set of security requirements. We discuss the challenges that DevOps teams face in hybrid environments and how those challenges can be overcome.

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EGS White Paper Trend Micro April 2018

You’re using an array of platform- and infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) cloud services to build and deliver new applications and services into today’s hotly competitive market. And it’s your CI/CD pipeline that enables the speed you need to succeed – but your cybersecurity regime must keep pace. We discuss how to apply the DevOps principals to codify and improve your cybersecurity practices and controls.

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Modernizing Legacy Applications For The Digital Age

Technology today moves fast. Customers demand unique, high-quality digital experiences for interacting with your company, and they'll move on quickly to a competitor if they don't get what they want. Yet enterprises today struggle not only with new product development, but also with the ongoing maintenance and upkeep of a significant legacy application portfolio that has been a bedrock of their company's longevity. IT executives are quickly realizing that a bi-modal approach to their application portfolio, where some components can evolve quickly while others are left to stagnate, is now inhibiting growth, because innovative customer experiences are forcing fundamental changes in business processes. These modifications, which touch all applications, mean that legacy systems are now becoming a drag on innovation. A new approach is needed.

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