Building a CI/CD pipeline with Talend and Azure DevOps

DevOps is all the rage right now, and it is only the beginning. In this blog, I’ll cover how to get started with Talend continuous integration, delivery and deployment (CI/CD) on Azure. The first part of the blog will briefly present some basic DevOps and CI/CD concepts. I will then show you how the Talend CI/CD architecture and how it fits in Azure ecosystem with a hands-on example.


Real-Time Dashboards in the Siemplify Security Operations Platform: The Importance of Feedback

If anyone has ever played a sport you know the importance of feedback. Whether striking out at the plate, dropping a pass, or slicing your tee shot out of bounds, understanding what happened is critical to improving your game in the future. The same can be said for securing your business. Far too often security teams, for no fault of their own, are so busy putting out the day's new fires that there is little to no time to reflect on how they performed last month, last week, or even yesterday.


OnPage’s New Integration With ServiceNow

If you’re an IT professional who has followed our blog, you’re familiar with OnPage and ServiceNow’s integration and their shared commitment to ensuring that critical alerts are never missed. But, did you know that OnPage and ServiceNow just took this powerful integration to the next level? The latest release of the integration provides significant enhancements. It’s also fully certified by ServiceNow and available on the ServiceNow Store.

Nanoservices vs. Microservices

Software often seems like a benign version of Game of Thrones, in which any dominant or ascending technology/methodology is constantly challenged by newer and more attractive rivals. So as soon as microservices entered the mainstream, it didn’t take long until some developers saw it as flawed, and proposed nanoservices as a replacement. In this article, we ask why the move to breaking down software into smaller and smaller pieces is a good idea.


How Much is Poor Quality Software Costing You?

Earlier this month, Herb Krasner, an Advisory Board member of the Consortium for IT Software Quality (CISQ) joined our VP of Solution Engineering Eric Mizell for a webinar examining the cost of poor quality software. A recent CISQ report [1], The Cost of Poor Quality Software in the US: A 2018 Report, aggregates publicly available data from a wide variety of sources to highlight the devastating financial impact of poor quality software.