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U Vlad bro? Docker accidentally cuts off Ukraine

Did you know that US sanctions extend to the digital world too?

GitHub acknowledges autocrats with 'code owner' feature

Code host also seeking crowd comment on new T&Cs

Atlassian hikes prices for most cloudy JIRA and Confluence users

17 annual pricing tiers – that's not a typo – now on offer

In after-hours trade on Monday, NYSE deployed test code to production

Wallow in my DevOps holiday

How to avoid getting hoodwinked by a DevOps hustler

Comment If they’re a 'DevOps Expert', they probably aren’t

JFrog leaps, wolfs down CloudMunch

DevOps vendor acquires intelligence platform

Amazon and others sniffing around Slack

Enjoying a free version of the biz collab software? Maybe not for much longer...

Atlassian wants you to put all your eggs in one Bitbucket and beyond

DevOps darling has assembled a 'stack' and hopes it and US$186k price stack up

I still haven't found what I'm malloc()ing for: U2 tops poll of music today's devs code to

🎶 Where the streets have no hostname 🎶

State of DevOps: Everyone's slinging code out faster

Quality beats quantity, though – and having a decent boss is a game-changer

First-day-on-the-job dev: I accidentally nuked production database, was instantly fired

Um. Who put production credentials in onboarding doc?

How do you do, fellow kids? Grandpa Puppet gets down with Docker

When you wanna be lit af, like manual scripting

What happened when 300 DevOps experts took over the QE II?

Events Continuous Lifecycle: Fill-up with speaker videos, slides

Windows is now built on Git, but Microsoft has found some bottlenecks

300 GB repo handles 8,421 pulls and 1,760 official builds a day, more once GVFS fix is in

Twilio packages code boilerplate to woo devs

Call proxy service aims to appeal to businesses with mobile workers

Facebook shares own tools to trap bugs before they break code

Test management and debugging at scale become a bit less daunting

Bluemix gives users two months to adopt new rolling deployment tool

Active Deploy binned in favour of Kubernetes and/or Cloud Foundry

Go ahead, stage a hackathon. But pray it doesn't work too well

OPINION Are you ready for an idea from the playground to challenge your organisation?

AppDynamics pondering 'business-aware infrastructure'

Customers fleeing your e-store before buying? Your data centre should know how to respond

GitHub throws open doors on 'app' souk

Online store will try to make developer tools work better for businesses

Management's agile, digital (insert buzzword here) strategy ossifying? Blame the Red Queen

Young servers, old servers, no middle-aged servers

Realm opens up to Windows apps

Better late than never

Sencha packages web UI widgets for enterprise React devs

Forthcoming ExtReact promises support for a price

CyberArk splashes $42m on DevOps security whizz Conjur

Israeli firm prepares for DevOps deluge

Servers as pets or cattle was 2012. Now it's McMansions or Hotels

VMware and Pivotal are going to bring microsegmentation to Cloud Foundry

Don't waste your energy on Docker, it says here – wait, that can't be right...

Long tasks that consume more juice are worth it, though

docker rm Ben Golub

docker run Steve Singh # Chairman takes over as CEO

Red Hat wraps AWS in OpenShift containers for easy consumption

Linux vendor insists on thinking inside the containerized box

Jenkins admin? Get buzzy patching, says Cloudbees

DevOps types are going to have to prioritise Ops for a bit to quash Java, login vulns

Victory! The smell of skunkworks in your office in the morning

Adios, the Canny Guru solving Sphinx-level COBOL riddles

Wait – we can explain, says Moby, er, Docker amid rebrand meltdown

Now, now, don't be mean about Moby, dicks

Docker emits LinuxKit: You can probably guess what it does

It's actually pretty nerdy but in a good way

Oracle gets to Wercker, dines on container biz

Larry goes Dutch on Docker support

Virtualization twisted devs, cloud and SaaS made them monsters

But 'digital' and the internet of things might make them appreciate ops teams again

Software dev cuffed for 'nicking proprietary financial trading code'

Claims he was scared about losing his job

Microsoft rolls the Deis for container wrangling

Kubernetes championing continues with gobble of orchestration specialist

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