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A Beginner's Guide To CI/CD Pipelines

Among the many sought-after skills for software developers and IT staff today is having a solid grasp of CI (continuous integration) and CD (continuous delivery) pipelines and processes. CI/CD practices are essential for rapid, efficient modern software development – but for many businesses new to DevOps approaches, it can seem complex and confusing to get started with.

Integrating InvGate Service Desk and Azure DevOps To Enhance Your IT Support

For organizations looking to improve communication and collaboration between support and development teams, the InvGate Service Desk and Azure DevOps integration is the perfect fit. This integration will enable you to link DevOps Work Items to your service desk requests, streamlining your IT operations and enhancing your service delivery. Ready to see how it works? Let’s see what this integration can do and how to set it up in just a few steps!

How To Hire The Right DevOps Engineer For Your Team

The demand for skilled technical DevOps engineers, managers, and contractors has grown exponentially in recent years. As more organisations undertake digital transformation initiatives, the need for effective DevOps grows more crucial. However, hiring the right DevOps talent that aligns perfectly with your organisation’s processes, infrastructure, and team culture can prove challenging.

How to use OKRs to Align Your Team and Achieve Your Goals

OKRs, or Objectives and Key Results, is a goal-setting framework teams and individuals use to create aspirational goals with measurable results. It’s a methodology that asks: “What can we improve to become more successful?” And “What can we measure to prove that that we’re hitting our objectives?” With team OKRs, businesses can create alignment, track goal progress, and inspire employee engagement so all hands are on deck working toward a common objective.

Building a DevOps pipeline: The stages, benefits, and how to develop one

Researchers expect growth in the DevOps market to reach a whopping $25.5 billion by 2028, so now is a great time to learn what it takes to execute an efficient DevOps project. Understanding how to build a DevOps pipeline is a crucial first step. If pipelines exist to move things forward, a DevOps pipeline is about moving software projects forward from one process to the next.

The ultimate guide to the DevOps process

"Currently, DevOps is more like a philosophical movement, not yet a precise collection of practices, descriptive or prescriptive." Like abstract art or that indie movie your quirky friend made you watch, the DevOps methodology is one that is largely open to interpretation. Nevertheless, there is still a range of principles and best practices that DevOps engineers and project managers need to be aware of.

A guide to DevOps project management: Essential tools and best practices

This quote rings true for most project managers, but especially for DevOps project managers. DevOps project management allows agencies to take an agile approach to software development where continuous improvement is the primary goal. It’s also a model that can ask a lot of project managers, requiring them to manage multiple teams and master new disciplines. In other words, it’s a model that includes a lot of different colors that have to be blended together into something beautiful!