6 DevOps pitfalls and how to avoid them
DevOps is a transformative practice. Companies in almost every industry are increasingly adopting DevOps to give teams the time and freedom they need to tackle more challenging projects. But whenever you embrace a new strategy, there can be hiccups. Here are some common issues developers and organizations run into when adopting DevOps—and how to overcome them.
6 DevOps tips to help engineering leaders deliver software at scale
Learn how to deliver high-quality, secure software faster with six actionable DevOps tips drawn from high-performing enterprise companies.
Empowering developers to build secure software faster
Learn how a solution that empowers developers can help you secure your code in minutes
Integrating GitHub with Sentry to Increase Speed to Resolution
Whether you’re already using Sentry and GitHub separately, or building a deployment workflow for the first time, you can follow these steps to create an automated workflow for your team
How developer-first supply chain security helps you ship secure software fast
Discover why supply chain security is needed and how GitHub’s supply chain security tool can help you ship secure software quickly.
DevOps monitoring tools: Automating your DevOps monitoring processes
At its core, DevOps is a fundamentally data-driven practice. The ability to continuously improve the code that drives a product comes from understanding how it performs, what risks it introduces, and where to find opportunities. Monitoring tools tap into each layer of a product’s technology stack to deliver the data to catch code errors early, improve operational efficiency, and respond rapidly to changes in usage.
Should we think of DevOps as a methodology?
There’s one word that perfectly describes successful DevOps: flow. As individuals, we experience a state of flow when everything in our work comes together naturally and at the right time. DevOps enables that kind of flow at the organizational level through a combination of tooling, culture, and process.
DevSecOps builds on the ideas of DevOps by applying security practices throughout the software development lifecycle to ship more secure code faster.
DevOps fundamentals: Defining DevOps principles
From headlines to job descriptions, DevOps has emerged as an outsized buzzword over the past decade—and for good reason. Organizations that successfully adopt DevOps often see big gains in software development speeds, improved reliability, faster product iterations, and have an easier time scaling their services.
What is the DevOps Model? Exploring foundational practices in DevOps
DevOps helps teams ship high-quality products faster by reducing the friction between writing, testing, and deploying code. GitHub offers a holistic platform designed to help organizations successfully adopt DevOps, making it easier to continuously ship and improve software.
How to accelerate innovation with innersource
Not all software can be open source, but nearly any project can benefit from the collaborative processes pioneered by the open source community. Organizations around the world are accelerating their development cycles and tapping into new wells of innovation within their companies through "innersource" projects that share code and resources internally, enabling cross-team collaboration and contributions. Drawing on the experiences of companies ranging from 3M and Ford to Postmates and Spotify, this ebook explores the ways your development team can benefit from innersource best practices.
Accelerate software development with GitHub and Azure DevOps
Deliver software faster and more securely by combining the practices and tools that have supported the growth of the largest developer community in the world with seamlessly integrated Azure products and services.
Microsoft & GitHub DevOps Forum
Endless insights into resilient DevOps. Learn how to modernize your DevOps with Microsoft and GitHub
Fireside Chat: Unleash the power of open source securely
Open source software is the essential building block for any modern software project. Consuming open source securely and contributing back to the community have invaluable benefits at individual and organizational levels.<br><br>Join our fireside chat with IAG, Woolworths and GitHub experts as we discuss the pillars of a successful open source strategy including DevOps and security.
Achieving DevSecOps maturity with GitHub
GitHub has been rapidly evolving into a complete development platform over the past year and a half, with the addition of native CI/CD capabilities using GitHub Actions. But did you know that you can implement DevSecOps natively in GitHub Enterprise, using GitHub Advanced Security?
IDC report: How open source is the key to innovation in the enterprise
Today, every company is a software company. Staying competitive depends on how fast your business can transform—and embrace new tools and technology.
The enterprise checklist for building with open source communities
When your team uses open source software (OSS), everyone benefits, but how much is up to you.
Open source engagement model for enterprise software teams
Open source is changing the way we build software—with organizations using open source code, tools, and best practices to get applications to customers even faster.
Seven questions to ask before using open source software at work
Open source helps enterprise teams build better software, faster—but also comes with unique risks and challenges.
Best practices for a collaborative software development culture
Collaboration, transparency, and code reuse aren’t just found in open source communities.
The quick guide to open source enterprises
How large organizations use open source to build better software, faster.
Collaboration is the key to DevOps success
In a recent TechTarget study, 70 percent of organizations reported they had adopted DevOps.
Federal access to open source with GitHub
By achieving FedRAMP operating authority, GitHub’s Enterprise Cloud allows federal users to collaborate with millions of open source software developers.
Software development in the financial sector—Security is important
Secure financial software development is important and failure to properly safeguard data can have profound impact on a company.
An introduction to innersource
Organizations worldwide are incorporating open source methodologies into the way they build and ship their own software.
Creating an innersource culture at Booz Allen Hamilton
Effective collaboration within an enterprise is critical for InnerSource success. Hear from Ki Lee of Booz Allen Hamilton as he shares how his team improved collaboration and development practices while maintaining visibility and compliance with InnerSource.