OverOps

2012
San Francisco, CA, USA
Mar 30, 2020   |  By Alex Zhitnitsky
The move to innovate at speed and scale is stressing software quality and exposing the limitations of testing. Don’t get me wrong – testing in all its forms is inseparable from the software delivery supply chain. Tests and static analysis are essential to software development pipelines, and this holds true for both traditional and cloud-native applications. But the problem is…they’re not sufficient.
Mar 25, 2020   |  By Tal Weiss
OverOps CTO Tal Weiss shares some thoughts on application reliability in a time of economic uncertainty and increased reliance on software. These are tumultuous times we live in. As of this post, almost a third of the U.S, and over a billion people around the world, are in virtual lockdown. Virtual not just because we are mostly limited to leaving our homes for performing only the essential activities required for everyday life, but also virtual in the sense that much of life has now gone online.
Mar 18, 2020   |  By Dave Snyder
OverOps’ new SonarQube integration brings together the best in static and dynamic analysis to ensure your code is always production-ready.
Mar 5, 2020   |  By Tal Weiss
What’s the connection between Robinhood services, Coronavirus and your application’s health? It’s all about the environment. For those of you reading this post long after its publication, it might be hard to really sense the mood in which it was written – a weird time where the natural world and our physical/virtual infrastructures are colliding head-on. The recent Coronavirus outbreak has wreaked havoc on many industries, as well as financial markets.
Feb 27, 2020   |  By Alex Zhitnitsky
The results of Snyk’s annual survey on the JVM ecosystem are in! Below we take a look at what’s new, what stayed the same, and what surprised us the most. The JVM ecosystem is evolving, and it’s evolving fast. It feels like Java 8 was only released yesterday, but in reality that was over 5 years ago. We’re definitely not getting any younger. In fact, Java 14 already has an early access build available, and Java 11 is making its debut in production.
Oct 23, 2019   |  By OverOps
Development and IT Ops teams commonly find themselves in a game of tug-of-war between two key objectives: agility (i.e. driving innovation) and reliability (i.e. maintaining stable software). Unfortunately, the pressure to out-innovate competitors often comes at the expense of reliability. To help organizations better manage the balancing act between agility and reliability, we've developed the Continuous Reliability Maturity Model.
May 2, 2019   |  By OverOps
The One Thing Your CI/CD Workflow is Missing.
Mar 5, 2019   |  By OverOps
Sev1 issues in production cost companies money. In order to prevent them from ever happening, we need to be able to expect the unexpected using Anomaly Detection and Quality Gates.
Feb 22, 2019   |  By OverOps
Production exception handling is a dark science. It’s the least explored subject, with the largest impact on your application's behavior. In this guide, we're bringing in the research to introduce a new workflow for solving Java application errors.
Dec 31, 2018   |  By OverOps
Is DevOps really a common practice or just another buzzword? How many enterprises have actually adopted CI/CD workflows, and what tools do they use to support faster releases? What challenges, both new and existing, are they facing as new technologies and practices emerge?
Apr 1, 2020   |  By OverOps
Machine data beyond log files for Splunk. Complete insight into every error in your applications. Log files give you a few variables, OverOps delivers complete, code-aware insight into every known and unknown error in your applications and services.
Feb 26, 2020   |  By OverOps
An introduction to OverOps for .NET
Dec 22, 2019   |  By OverOps
See how to leverage OverOps as part of your existing workflows with all the tools you already use, including Jira, Jenkins, SonarQube, and APM.
Dec 10, 2019   |  By OverOps
How to set-up ActiveDirectory to Control Okta for Users and Groups, and send it to OverOps