Getting Started with DevOps

UPDATE: To dive deeper into DevOps on Azure, check out our upcoming hands-on labs! Register here – space is limited! DevOps is a framework that enables organizations to simplify operations between software and IT teams, so that they can build, test, and deploy a better software experience for their end users. By incorporating DevOps into your organization, teams that previously worked independently begin to collaborate more closely, which leads to faster problem solving and increased productivity »

Microservices & Containers: Insights from the Experts

Last month, Sysgain's own Parthu Kishen participated in a webinar hosted by Logentries on Microservices and Containers. Specifically, the webinar addressed the overall usage of microservices and containers, and focused on answering questions relating to how microservices and containers are used, what the benefits of using them are, and what their most notable challenges are. The webinar featured knowledgeable experts from Logentries, XebiaLabs, Cohaesus, and Sysgain, who provided their own insights and experiences as they »

DevOps No Longer Makes Sense! Here's Why.

Before you start hammering this post with comments, what I mean by the title is that DevOps has evolved so much over the last few years that the term 'DevOps' simply doesn't make sense anymore. What it signifies is no longer related to just Developers and Operations teams. It applies to multiple teams across an organization. The principles and methodologies however, still hold and continue to evolve. (Also check out our other blog post: "What »

Chef Delivery and AWS Code Pipeline

Updated at 4:00 PM PDT , April 09, 2015 No announcement at AWS Summit 2015 regarding AWS Code Pipeline release date yet. Over the past few years, Devops has been a significant movement in the software industry. Many tools and techniques have emerged in the spaces of continuous integration and continuous delivery & deployment of software from developers’ workstation to production. I won't go into details of whose offerings might be better than others in »