GitHub aquires collaborative web development company Easel

Saroj Kar | January 14th

GitHub, which offers web development software service, has added another string to its bow by acquiring the specialist web design online firm Easel. For those who do not know...»

Ask DevOps: Interview with CA Technologies’ Shridhar Mittal

Kyt Dotson | January 9th

The needs of the enterprise sector when it comes to development, deployment, and operations has been advancing at a pace that only technology can sustain. In the early days of software, development was a question of producing a...»

Windows Azure now supports DevOps tool Puppet to facilitate Linux and Windows VMs

Saroj Kar | January 9th

Many organizations have in recent years focused on the implementation of Agile software development principles. This has mainly focused on better cooperation between the business and IT development. After the software is developed, and tested, it needs to...»

Broadcom extends Internet of Things platform to wireless audio market with new SDK

Saroj Kar | January 7th

Broadcom, whose reputation is well established in the market for Wi-Fi circuits, is to expand its portfolio of wireless connectivity solutions for embedded Wireless Internet Connectivity for Embedded Devices (WICED) with...»

DevOps Interview: Rajat Bhargava, CEO of JumpCloud

Kyt Dotson | January 7th

Rajat Bhargava, CEO of JumpCloud, was kind enough to sit down with DevOpsAngle and talk about his experience in the cloud with DevOps. Through JumpCloud he has given a tool to the industry that has been quickly pulling...»

Ask DevOps: Infrastructure automation for everyone with Ansible and Salt

Saroj Kar | January 6th

How often do you have to manually apply the same steps when setting up an infrastructure environment for yourself? Being in charge of tens, hundreds, sometimes even thousands of servers also means that there are hundreds of deployments...»

Inside Facebook’s journey from web based to native mobile app development

Saroj Kar | January 6th

A significant portion of smartphone owners regularly use the Facebook app on mobile. And most certainly, many users have already seen many bugs and slowdowns despite regular updates. Some users prefer to use mobile web version of Facebook,...»

Windows Phone is attracting more and more developers

Saroj Kar | December 31st

Native development for mobile platforms requires proficiency in several programming languages. For each mobile OS, the developer is encouraged to create a specific application, which generates additional costs and does not facilitate the maintenance of these applications.  HTML5...»

DevOps into 2014: The biggest challenges for DevOps next year (Part 2 of 2)

Kyt Dotson | December 27th

In the first part, we discussed the practical adoption of DevOps practices (and the potential pitfalls of failing to instance them properly) as well as how the market right now is being flooded with new ideas and...»

DevOps into 2014: The biggest challenges for DevOps next year (Part 1 of 2)

Kyt Dotson | December 26th

The highly adaptive and fast-paced schedule of deployment and development of the service-based and application software market has driven companies to push hard for faster-and-faster cycles. This in turn has put a strain on the humans behind the...»