Let’s get ready to crumble...bacon that is, for our gourmet Software Engineering Burger Bar. We’re going to slice and dice the different stacks and layers of three different variations of that same technique, DevSecOps. Dun, dun, dun. DevSecOps can seem kind of intimidating because it hasn’t even been around for ten years—basically not yet
As more organizations modernize and migrate to the cloud, many are adopting DevOps as part of their strategy. For MetroStar, it’s a set of technical practices that provide integration for automation and close cooperation between development and operations. One of the main goals of DevOps is to give
Collaboration is one of the biggest concepts that have been brought to life by the advent of cloud migration and enterprise modernization. Whether it’s file sharing, simultaneous document editing, communication, or all three functions rolled into one, collaborative technology has increasingly become a necessity for organizations to carry out
As the "Modernizing Government Technology Act of 2017" (MGT Act) recently passed the U.S. House of Representatives, the government takes a major step towards moving at the speed of IT innovation. The bipartisan IT modernization bill, introduced to Congress for the second time by Texas Rep. Will Hurd on April 28, is designed to
Enterprise IT modernization solutions are everywhere. Organizations have access to commercial solutions that are not only easily implemented and customized, but also cost-efficient. These off-the-shelf enterprise systems, make it easier for IT practitioners to develop and apply modernization solutions across several legacy systems. Think: a cookie-cutter production line. In theory, cookie-cutter seems like a good approach.
Remember that scene in The Truman Show where Jim Carrey slowly made his way up the stairs along the clouds before stepping out into the real world? He was wary—unsure of what lay beyond those clouds, feeling tentative about leaving the world he had known for so long. Now imagine that key cinematic moment
As we celebrate World Health Day, the conversation about healthy habits takes centerstage. But did you know that advice for personal health habits also apply to maintaining a strong IT system? Here are five things to ensure your IT system stays healthy: #1 Perform regular check-ups.
In an interview with Federal News Radio, Janice Haith, the recently retired Deputy Chief Information Officer of the U.S. Navy, revealed that the next step for the department's information technology (IT) modernization is the adoption of cloud-first strategy. Moving on from software licenses According to Haith, one of the reasons
Google hopes to solidify Hangouts' positioning as an enterprise product by announcing that the platform will now be split into two components: Hangouts Chat and Hangouts Meet. Divide and Conquer Each of the two new services takes charge of one of Hangouts’ key functionalities and dials it up with more
As a Chief Technology Officer, Goldilocks had long wanted to upgrade the nationwide operations of her bolstering business. Armed with thoroughly Googled knowledge of cloud migration, she attempted to pick out a cloud solution that’s just right for her enterprise. Some were secure, but too costly. Some allowed full virtualization, but were time-consuming. Some featured enhanced