The DevOps market was worth nearly $2.8 billion in 2016, and is predicted to grow at an 18.6 percent CAGR through 2025, according to a Grand View Research report.
Chef and Puppet both trail Red Hat Ansible as DevOps tool of choice.
Enterprises have seen automation success, but not enough to justify further investments.
Distelli's container management platform will bolster Puppet's automation focus.
The products expand the reach of Puppet Enterprise.
Project Blueshift shifts into gear.
Phase II really begins as Sanjay Mirchandani takes over.
You don't have to be a startup to love CI/CD.
Mesosphere leads the charge with Microsoft, HPE, Cisco, and EMC support.
Good thing it already owns the puppet.com URL.
DevOps tackles the problem of multifaceted cloud-based apps.
Tsk, tsk, Cisco -- a possible Nutanix acquisition and illegal deals with the Russians? Find out more in this week's roundup!
This week: VMware hearts Docker, Cisco buys again, and VMware teams with Arista.
Following the examples of Brocade and Cisco, Juniper has created virtual routers out of its MX line. The company is also applying Contrail to a prefab NFV cloud-in-a-rack.
As IT changes, so must its culture — so said a panel of experts convened at a Dell event last week. Replacing the former hordes of computer science majors is a new brand of CIO with business savvy and a willingness to tap outside resources such as...