Amazon EBS adds ability to take point-in-time, crash-consistent snapshot across multiple EBS volumes

You can now take crash-consistent snapshots of multiple Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) volumes attached to an EC2 instance with a single API call. You can also use Amazon Data Lifecycle Manager (DLM) to automate the multi-volume snapshot management via creating lifecycle policies. from Recent Announcements https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2019/05/amazon-ebs-ability-point-in-time-crash-consistent-snapshot-multiple-ebs-volumes/

IT Modernization and DevOps News Week in Review

At its ChefConf 2019 held last week in Seattle, Chef announced several enhancements to its Chef Enterprise Automation Stack (EAS). New features include comprehensive Application Operations Dashboards which Chef describes as providing end-to-end visibility of the application lifecycle; new Migration Accelerators; and new versions of Chef Infra and Chef InSpec Read more…

AWS and the CLOUD Act

While news of Brexit dominates headlines in the United Kingdom, another important event took place recently in London. U.S. Deputy Assistant Attorney General Richard W. Downing addressed the myths and realities of the Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act (“CLOUD Act”), in a speech at the Academy of European Read more…

TFS Integration with Jenkins

Written by AZHAGIRI PANNEERSELVAM, Associate Architect at Powerupcloud Technologies What is TFS (Team Foundation Server)? Team Foundation Server is a Microsoft product which provides source code management, reporting, requirements management, project management, automated builds, lab management, testing, and release management capabilities. It covers the entire Application Lifecycle Management. TFS can Read more…