A closer look at Red Hat DevOps journey so far

In the long term of its time as an operating system, service, and software developer, Red Hat has spent a lot of time thinking about development and operations. The result is a thoughtful examination of a path-to-date from Bill Montgomery in an article series starting...

Google moves forward mobile development with Project Ara

Google announced that Project Ara, its modular smartphone, on which work began not so long ago, would be a real device, not just a concept. Google holds the Advanced Technology and Projects division of Motorola after selling out to Lenovo. The division is working on...

Ask DevOps Guest: When evolution turns to revolution

The democratization of app building has created a new paradigm It wasn’t that long ago that web-savvy marketers were touting the advances in technology that allowed anyone to build a website, publish a blog, or embark on a social media campaign. The advent of mobile...

Ansible brings DevOps automation to cloud with AWS marketplace

Ansible, the open source software solution for remote configuration management, announced the availability of Ansible Tower AMIs on the AWS Marketplace. Ansible Tower is enterprise-class automation designed for teams, featuring a great web app and REST API that helps...

Agile methods and automation accelerate DevOps innovation

The DevOps movement is the logical consequence of decades of improvements in technology and IT processes whose goal is to instill greater interaction and productivity between teams of application development and IT operations. The ultimate goal is to allow the DevOps...