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3 Reasons Why Version Control is a Must for Every DevOps Team

Do you have any files on your computer called something like DocFinalFinalFinal1_2.pdf? If you do, then you probably already understand the basic value of version control. By saving each version as a new “final” version, rather than overwriting the previous final version, you can not only distinguish between different versions of the same document, but ensure that previous versions aren’t ...

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Get More Out of Splunk: Enrich Your Logs With 10x More Data

Access net new machine data, beyond log files, to enrich your Splunk instance and get real insight into application health You’ve definitely heard of Splunk, you might even be using it at your company. It’s a powerful data aggregator that helps to simplify machine data for dev and ops teams, allowing them to capture, index and correlate real-time data in ...

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[Webinar] Data-Driven DevOps: Introducing OverOps Platform

Get your hands on code-aware insights into the functional quality of your application to deliver more reliable software For decades, development and operations teams have relied on noisy, shallow log files to detect and troubleshoot errors in software. That essentially means that we’re trying to solve application errors with only a tiny fraction of the data we actually need. In ...

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Docker Tutorial: Play with Containers (Simple Examples)

Docker has had a huge impact on software development life cycle, making the deployment of software at scale easy and secure. This Docker tutorial will cover the basics of running, starting, stopping, and removing Docker containers. Docker makes it so easy to work with different programming languages with different versions on different operating systems all this on the same host. Deploying ...

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Prioritizing a Technical Roadmap Against a Product Roadmap

In software development, you’ll often hear the term “roadmap” thrown about. If discussed carelessly, it could appear as though there is only one roadmap, the one that drives the design and development of a product. But don’t forget to weigh your product roadmap against a technical roadmap; it’s an analysis that can keep you and your team from wasting valuable ...

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Working Well With Legacy Code

Building software is ultimately a cycle of creating, maintaining, and decomposing ideas. We often focus on the creation part of this equation. That’s because it’s exciting, fun, and full of new twists and turns. There’s something inherently beautiful about creating something out of nothing. Yet all that’s new eventually gets older and older until it fades away. Somewhere between the ...

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