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Be lazy: Use AI to control your configuration data

Should we use artificial intelligence to fix bad configuration data? We’re all lazy, aren’t we? This blog article about configuration data and artificial intelligence is written by Dimitris Finas, Technical Director – France, at Sweagle. This blog looks at the ways artificial intelligence and automation can support the management of configuration data change within a …

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Overview: The rise of DevSecOps infographic

This infographic depicts the rise of DevSecOps. Secrets management is a topical and challenging issue for application development. That’s why security is increasingly being embedded in Dev and Ops practices. And, of course, there are plenty of examples in the media for the reasons enterprises need to readdress standardization, governance and control within the application …

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Blurred lines | How does the pace of change impact application deployment quality?

Agile DevOps teams have changed. Blurring the lines between Dev, Prod and Ops whilst adopting new technology and practices at speed. How does this pace of change impact application deployment quality and the need to be ever more compliant, more secure and more evidence-based? We’re rewinding to the first episode in our Ask the Expert …

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Creating A DevSecOps Philosophy & Answering The Call of Duty

Ben Riley, UK Technical Director, Sweagle DevSecOps is a mindset. It’s a philosophy to commit to involving security every step along the DevOps lifecycle. Ben Riley, UK Technical Director, Sweagle features in the second interview in our Ask the Expert series where we discuss pertinent issues relating to DevSecOps. In this episode, Ben talks to …

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Sweagle becomes CloudBees Technical Alliance Partner to strengthen bond with the Jenkins community

Global Configuration Data Management Platform, Sweagle, to Help CloudBees Customers Maximize CI/CD Velocity with SaaS Based Automation and Machine Learning New York – October 16, 2019 Sweagle is proud to be a part of CloudBees’ recently launched new and enhanced Technical Alliance Partner Program (TAPP). CloudBees is the leading enterprise DevOps leader powering the continuous …

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Paris when it sizzles | Sweagle to attend DevOps REX in Paris on October 17, 2019

It’s that time of year again. The leaves are turning, the days are getting shorter but… DevOps REX is set to light up the streets of Paris again on October 17, 2019, with its fully-loaded schedule of expert talks, vendor debates and general community hob-nobbing. We’ve always had a soft spot for the REX events. …

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DevOps | Regardless of how they work together, config data matters

White Paper Author: Benny Van de Sompele DevOps nirvana Firstly, achieving DevOps nirvana does not happen overnight. As a result, many organizations are in the transition towards the ideal set up. As a result, that nirvana takes time. However, for every milestone reached in the transformation process, there are many benefits. But, in contrast, there …

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Getting smart with DevOps in Boston and how to overcome the tidal wave of config data

Ben Riley, Technical Director So, I met some super interesting people all with different challenges at DevOpsDays Boston last week. I’m not jealous of their challenges either. It sounds tough. I heard from lots of incident management people who are dealing with downtime outages and that type of thing. So I found it really useful …

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