Next week at Google Cloud Next ‘18, you’ll be hearing about new ways to think about and ensure the availability of your applications. A big part of that is establishing and monitoring service-level metrics—something that our Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) team does day in and day out here at Google.
MarketsandMarkets recently released a report on the AIOps platform market, which predicts that the total size of the AIOps platform market will be a USD 11.02 billion by 2023. In their research, they discovered that the major players in this space have leveraged partnerships, integrations and collaboration to deliver strong AIOps platform and its associated services in this growing market.
As with any business that serves customers, engineering firms need to have the ability to track the work that they do at the request of their customers and for projects. As a project manager, you need to enable your engineers to do what they love to do, while tracking their work, and keeping them free of management headaches. There is no better way to do this than with a software suite like OneDesk, which allows you to track everything in one place.
Deploying modern, digital workplace solutions have become a prerequisite to increased team collaboration. One of the most visible (and obvious) examples of this are messaging and chat applications. Where email was once the tool of choice for internal team communication, services like Slack have today become the default option for many. However, I’ve noticed a disturbing shift in the way these tools are used.
I’m happy to announce that we released Icinga Web 2.6.0 today! The new version comes with new features that give you a better overview, better auditing and of course bug fixes.
Given blogosphere chatter and a few well-propagated success stories, many large software engineering organizations are plotting a path towards microservices. Unfortunately, it’s not clear that they all understand why they’re doing so. I’ve heard shallow rationalizations about performance, “cleanliness,” and even blind imitation of well-known practices at Google and elsewhere. I rarely hear people citing the one truly excellent reason to adopt microservices though: shipping their org chart.
In a recent study of software development teams using Jira Software, we found those that integrate with Bitbucket release 14% faster than those that don’t. For many industries where the pace of change is rapid and the market incredibly competitive, it’s this speed that can separate the great products in the eyes of users from the merely “good” ones.
Today on July 19, we released Talend Summer ’18, which is jam-packed with cloud features and capabilities.
The version 6.3 release of the Elastic Stack represented one of the most feature rich releases in recent memory. If the opening of X-Pack and addition of rollups weren’t enough to get you excited, we announced the addition of SQL support as a experimental feature. This represents one of the most sought after and requested features in Elasticsearch’s relatively short history.