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Continuous Delivery Tools: A Definitive Ranking

In this blog, we’re rounding up a few of the most popular tools in the DevOps and continuous software delivery multiverse. As the world of DevOps continues to evolve and produce business technology at a faster rate, the number of tools needed to orchestrate delivery pipelines that are fast, efficient, and robust is on the rise.

Topics: Continuous Delivery

What Is Hybrid Cloud Computing?

As cloud computing goes from novelty to necessity, many companies are thinking about how to best leverage its performance-enhancing potential while stratifying their IT investments more wisely. A relative but popular newcomer on the scene is hybrid cloud computing; a way for businesses to integrate their on-premise, public and private infrastructure seamlessly.

Topics: Cloud Computing

Tips For Creating An Effective Hybrid Cloud Architecture

Cloud computing caused a fundamental change in how businesses build IT systems. It also changed the way IT teams interface with technology and the people who use it. Traditionally, if a business unit had a need for a new resource, IT would head down a series of reactive steps to get budget, find the right solution and, hopefully, implement a few months down the line.

Topics: Cloud Computing

A Continuous Delivery Checklist For Development Agencies

The continuous delivery suite of methodologies improves the speed, reliability, and frequency at which software applications are released into live environments, thereby allowing businesses to benefit from them much quicker. But getting complex behind-the-scenes processes to gel and bringing people together to build an effective delivery pipeline requires an understanding of what it takes to get it off the ground.

Topics: Continuous Delivery

5 Things To Consider Before Switching To Containers

Within the last five years, we've seen excitement build for technologies like the cloud and The Internet of Things as just two. You've probably heard about container technology in-between those aforementioned topics, yet you've put off learning about it until recently.

Containers relate offhandedly to the cloud, though it provides a whole other level of tech service bringing far more efficiency in running applications.

Topics: Containers

10 Single Sentence Explanations Of Container Technology That Will Enlighten You

Container technology recently found more interest by companies in a time when business demands require faster applications. Even though it sometimes takes a back seat to discussions about the cloud or The Internet of Things, containers are equal with those in being able to make your company run more optimally.

Topics: Containers

A History Of Container Technology

If you've been curious about container technology lately, you're far from being alone. Many companies have begun to show more ardent interest in this new variation on virtual machines. What's interesting about containers is while they're usually compared to VM's, they're actually quite different.

Topics: Containers

The Ultimate Cloud Computing Stack For Startups

What startup companies need first and most of all is one thing: sell their product.

If the product is not yet ready to sell, the startup must set its goal to finish developing it, so they put it on the market to bring in positive cash flow. They need to get their core business rolling, and cash flowing into the company. All else is subsidiary.

Topics: Cloud Computing Paas Cloud Stack Startups

10 Awesome Blogs Every Startup Should Be Reading

There's no lack of blogs for tech developers and startups, but where do you start reading?

You need a balanced menu, with business news, tech news, and a bit of wild speculation. Keeping up with multiple sources helps you to keep an independent perspective and not depend on any one publisher's claims. Here are some blogs that should be at the top of your list.

Topics: Startups

Serious About DevOps? Velocity Attendees Are Ahead Of The Game

Since 2008, the Velocity Conference has brought together web professionals from different backgrounds. Some work in web performance, web operations, and DevOps. If you think you are you serious about DevOps, Velocity attendees are ahead of the game. This year promises to bigger and better programs than previous conferences (even though that is a hard act to follow). The only way you will feel disappointed is if you miss it.

Topics: Conferences