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Infosys releases open source DevOps platform

Infosys, a global leader in technology services and consulting, has launched an enterprise-class integrated DevOps platform into Open Source via Github, according to DevOps.com. According...
DevOps ROI

You can now measure DevOps ROI

An age-old problem in DevOps is how to establish measurable DevOps ROI. DevOps solution provider, Puppet, has released its new product, Insights, which provides data...
cloud-based tool

IBM launches cloud-based tool to monitor AI compliance

IBM launches a cloud-based tool which monitors artificial intelligence (AI) in order for enterprises to comply with regulations
Outcome Based Payment

Outcome Based Payment – the modern service delivery method

Outcome Based Payment is an efficient, robust and now fully matured, modern service delivery method
source

An open source continuous delivery and deployment blueprint

What is the difference between continuous delivery and continuous deployment? Can’t I do deployments with Jenkins and Blue Ocean?
network

Nokia unveils Air-Frame service for mobile network operators

Nokia announces it will be rolling out its latest Air-Frame service for mobile network operators, which is built for cloud-based radio networks

How to target DevOps bottlenecks in enterprise software delivery

Tasktop talks through the beauty of DevOps eliminating the bottleneck between code commit and deploy, accelerating software delivery speed
Stream

Omen Game Stream: HP’s cloud gaming solution

HP showcases its Omen Game Stream, which allows consumers to play on Windows systems through the cloud computing company Parsec
COBOL

Compuware and SonarSource integrates COBOL code coverage metrics

Compuware and SonarSource releases new integrations that empower enterprise DevOps teams to track and validate code coverage of COBOL application testing
Spotify

Spotify joins Linux’s app packing format Snap

Canonical has revealed that Spotify is now available as a ‘Snap’, the universal Linux app packaging format

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