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Source code is the fundamental component of a computer program that is created by a programmer. It can be read and easily understood by a human being. Continue Reading
Web services are a type of internet software that use standardized messaging protocols and are made available from an application service provider’s web server for use by a client or other web-based programs. Continue Reading
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As DevOps hits the mainstream in enterprise IT, Gene Kim examines what makes a successful DevOps approach, how developers should define their value and where we go from here. Continue Reading
Implementing a microservices architecture requires a stable DevOps team. Whether the target environment is IaaS or PaaS, users must consider needs, costs and culture. Continue Reading
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How many microservices are optimal for your microservices app? DevOps analyst Chris Tozzi explains how to use containers, codebase analysis and other tactics to decide. Continue Reading
While advocates often speak about how enterprise architecture should support DevOps, there are many ways DevOps can support enterprise architecture. Tom Nolle explains. Continue Reading
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A DevOps-friendly enterprise architecture must attempt to adhere to five key principles, including flexibility in tools, modern technology and a focus on information visibility. Continue Reading
Developers have traditionally been required to write new checkpointing for individual programs. Professor Gene Cooperman explains how transparent checkpointing will change that. Continue Reading
When contemplating Kanban vs. Scrum, some Agile testing experts suggest taking time into consideration. Continue Reading