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IT Modernization and DevOps News Week in Review 10.19.2020

In this week’s DevOps news, AnsibleFest 2020 took center stage. At the event, Ansible announced several updates to the Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, including new Red Hat Certified Ansible Content Collections, automation services catalog and a private Automation Hub. Users can expect to find new content collections for Red Hat OpenShift, Kubernetes Core and VMware vSphere REST API. And, the Ansible private Automation Hub enables content creators to collaborate and publish trusted, verified resources from a single source. In addition to its platform updates, Ansible announced integrations between the Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform and Red Hat OpenShift as well as an integration between Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes and Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform. The company says that when taken together, it allows them to bridge “traditional platforms, containers and edge.”

IT Modernization and DevOps News Week in Review 10.12.2020

New research by Microsoft reveals that COVID-19 has an undeniable impact on IoT investments. According to its IoT Signals edition 2 report, 90% of decision-makers believe IoT is critical to their company’s success with 91% of respondents having adopted IoT and about one-third planning to grow their IoT investments. The leading business objectives for IoT are safety and security, productivity, (specifically operations and employee productivity), and operations optimization.

Which IaC Tool is Best for You, CloudFormation or Terraform?

According to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, cloud native development is growing rapidly with more than 6.5 million cloud native developers around the world. Commensurate with this growth is growing popularity for cloud native technologies like containers, microservices, and Infrastructure as Code (IaC). Those developing cloud native applications have increasingly used IaC to automate platform provisioning and streamline DevOps practices within the application development process, resulting in a greater repeatability of builds that reduces risk and speeds time to market. While this all sounds great, let’s back up a little and walk through what IaC is and how two of the leading tools used to achieve IaC can help you.