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3 predictions for devsecops in 2018

Tech predictions: Love them or hate them, they are a time-honored tradition, one that provides the opportunity to reflect on the year passed and prepare for the year ahead. 2017 was a good year for devsecopsthis year it evolved from a semi-obscure concept to a viable enterprise function.
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Informatica Redesigns iPaaS for Microservices Age

Microservices enabled by containers are about to radically transform how enterprise software is consumed, and one of the first examples is a major revision of integrated platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) environments developed by Informatica. Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services, unveiled today, is a redesigned implementation of the companys iPaaS software that makes it much simpler for IT organizations to only consume specific modular services rather than the entire iPaaS platform, says Ronen Schwartz, senior vice president and general manager, big data, cloud and data integration at Informatica.
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Why A Successful Microservices Strategy Starts with DevOps

We started 2017 with predictions on what the year will bring for enterprise DevOps adoption, and as we approach the end of the year, we have seen more enterprises using DevOps-leading practices to both help keep up with innovative companies and be more agile, adaptable and scalable. For some organizations, DevOps represents a departure from traditional processes, roles and even responsibilities in favor of enabling more efficiency and speed for the business.
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How devops changes monitoring

Devops is in many ways a modern evolution born out of the old way of doing things. Waterfall development methodologies were too slow, deployments to production were too infrequent, and the traditional separation of developers and operators was an obstacle to change.
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