Saturday, 18th January 2020

Red Hat brings DevOps to the network

Red Hat extends Ansible’s agentless automation framework to network infrastructure devices; At launch, Ansible supports devices from Arista, Cisco, Juniper, and more.

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SUSE and it-novum collaborate

openATTIC from it-novum to be available as management front end for future SUSE Enterprise Storage.

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IBM launches Cloud Data and Analytics Marketplace for developers

Makes sweeping portfolio open for data scientists and app developers with more than 25 cloud data services and 150 publicly available datasets.

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IBM and Catalogic Software collaborate

Catalogic ECX™ adds self-service, automation, and data management capabilities to IBM storage and SoftLayer, allowing clients to modernize their IT infrastructure.

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New study finds strong UK adoption of OpenStack

SUSE-commissioned study says most large companies have moved or plan to move to OpenStack.

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Rendering stolen data useless to hackers

Timely move given the increasing frequency of devastating attacks globally as the kit allows developers for the first time to build secure data encryption into applications from inception.

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DevOps practitioner salaries increase worldwide, as growing demand for IT talent and automation expe...
Canonical has introduced Ubuntu Advantage for Infrastructure, a consolidated enterprise security, co...
Contributing technical knowhow and manpower to help make OpenTelemetry enterprise-grade.
18th release of OpenStack addresses new demands for infrastructure driven by modern use cases li...
At Microsoft Build 2019, Microsoft Corp.’s annual developer conference, the company showcased new te...
The growth of digital business and the Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to drive large investme...
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Cardinal Health Experiences Black Friday Every Day

CA World '15 DevOps, Agile Ops Theater: Louis Verzi, Manager, Java Platforms at Cardinal Health. Cardinal Health specializes in distribution of pharmaceuticals and medical products, serving more than 100,000 locations worldwide. To ensure the best customer experience possible for its mission critical applications, Cardinal Health takes the approach that every day is 'Black Friday' with quick detection and quick resolution. Over the past several years, Cardinal Health has used CA Application Performance Management to move from being reactive to application performance issues to proactively addressing issues before they impact the customer. In this session you will learn some of the steps and approaches they take to improve application performance across more than 100 different applications, including their e-commerce platform.

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