In this day and age, it is almost impossible to open a website, article or publication about IT without coming across DevOps. It seems to be defining the current state of IT development. But what is DevOps, really? And what is its relationship to Lean IT and Agile? Two key experts who are furthering adoption and development of the DevOps Agile Skills Association (DASA), Mike Orzen and Niels Loader, attempt to clear up any confusion as they define the brief history of DevOps.
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I have seen many cases of cyber attacks happening around me. I even saw a white hacker hacked into a well reputable website to change the pricing of the purchase (of course he did not really purchase the product as that will be illegal).
All of these add up into one very insecure man on all his