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Keyva is excited to announce the release of ServiceNow App for Red Hat OpenShift, certified by ServiceNow. 

Many teams and organizations that have containerized critical application workloads are using the Red Hat OpenShift implementation of Kubernetes. Traditionally, the IT Service Management teams and the Development teams haven't had a common intersection point. To increase compliance, governance, and auditability, team owners are constantly challenged and encouraged to reduce shadow IT, and provide a common gateway to consume any and all IT services. ServiceNow has established itself as a prominent player in the IT Service Management domain, and can act as the single point of entry for all IT requests.  

This integration allows organizations to consume application services that are built in OpenShift as deployment jobs, from a ServiceNow service catalog request. The integration allows for any and all customizations within ServiceNow while leveraging existing approval processes, and also allows you to define specific trigger points within ServiceNow for when to launch the build jobs.  

With this integration, you can:  

· Trigger Red Hat OpenShift build jobs from ServiceNow Catalog Requests, Change Requests, Incident Requests, and more  

· Accelerate the adoption of Red Hat OpenShift Container Application Platform as the container platform of choice  

· Allow ServiceNow teams the ability to fulfill IT automation requests via OpenShift 
· Easily map field values in ServiceNow record and pass them as arguments to OpenShift build job 
· Leverage best practices integration methodology to integrate disparate domain tools  

· Get fully supported integration built using best practices in specific domains  

If you'd like a free trial or would require more details, please reach out to one of our associates at info@keyvatech.com 

You can find the integration listing here


CTO Anuj Tuli

Anuj joined Keyva from Tech Data where he was the Director of Automation Solutions. In this role, he specializes in developing and delivering vendor-agnostic solutions that avoid the “rip-and-replace” of existing IT investments. Tuli has worked on Cloud Automation, DevOps, Cloud Readiness Assessments and Migrations projects for healthcare, banking, ISP, telecommunications, government and other sectors.

During his previous years at Avnet, Seamless Technologies, and other organizations, he held multiple roles in the Cloud and Automation areas. Most recently, he led the development and management of Cloud Automation IP (intellectual property) and related professional services. He holds certifications for AWS, VMware, HPE, BMC and ITIL, and offers a hands-on perspective on these technologies.

Like what you read? Follow Anuj on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anujtuli/

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Forrester recently released the Q3 2019 report on Infrastructure Automation Platforms. They evaluated various vendor solutions in this domain for a number of criteria – including the current offering, strategy, market presence, ability to automate a wide variety of infrastructure, demonstrate the ability to integrate with different tools, go above and beyond in supporting enterprise infrastructure deployments, and have customer references.  

Out of the 11 vendor offerings evaluated in the study, Red Hat Ansible, VMware vRealize, BMC TO and Microsoft Azure Automation were in the leading quadrant. Eventhough HashiCorp's Terraform offering was considered one of the strong performers, many vendors indicated that integration with Terraform was key to provisioning multicloud applications.  

The Keyva team has hands-on experience delivering projects on the various vendor tools quoted in the study. Depending on your use cases or the implementations your organization plans to take advantage of, one option might be a better fit for you over the others. If you need assistance in evaluating various vendor automation tools, and need a vendor agnostic perspective on your automation strategy and be aware of the 'gotchas' on various technology options, Keyva can help. Please reach out to one of our associates at info@keyvatech.com 

You can read the full report here


CTO Anuj Tuli

Anuj joined Keyva from Tech Data where he was the Director of Automation Solutions. In this role, he specializes in developing and delivering vendor-agnostic solutions that avoid the “rip-and-replace” of existing IT investments. Tuli has worked on Cloud Automation, DevOps, Cloud Readiness Assessments and Migrations projects for healthcare, banking, ISP, telecommunications, government and other sectors.

During his previous years at Avnet, Seamless Technologies, and other organizations, he held multiple roles in the Cloud and Automation areas. Most recently, he led the development and management of Cloud Automation IP (intellectual property) and related professional services. He holds certifications for AWS, VMware, HPE, BMC and ITIL, and offers a hands-on perspective on these technologies.

Like what you read? Follow Anuj on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anujtuli/

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We've all heard that Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) are a major part of the DevOps release cycle. The question is – how do we get to a point where we can make full use of the advantages offered by CI/CD processes? This will also require minor tweaks or major modifications for the workload (i.e. applications) passing through the pipeline. A majority of the work to make the applications ready for full utilization of CI/CD processes will be around mapping the library dependencies for the application in question, and for modularizing various functions of the application such that they can be developed and released independently without impacting other code sections.  

Another major benefit of having modular code being developed by different teams is that it can be automatically tested as it gets deployed. Smaller code releases are preferable over larger patches, especially when you need to go through integration testing with other code sections that may or may not have been updated. It also matters how your cloud infrastructure is implemented. For example, if you are pooling testing or development resources, you may have limited capacity to make progress in parallel.  

The next step then is to determine the code dependency between various sections, and how changing code in one section, or changing a commonly used library version, can affect other functionality. Determining this web of dependency can be a daunting task depending on the complexity of the application, and the overall purpose that the application delivers to the business. Multiply this by hundreds or thousands of applications that you may have in your environment. This code maintainability evaluation exercise can be very beneficial if you want to have multiple teams work on different sections of the code. On the other hand, if the web of dependencies is not understood in detail, it can lead to massive repercussions for other application functionalities unintentionally. 

Associates at Keyva have helped multiple organizations assess their application readiness and helped with application modernization.  These include things like refactoring code for existing applications, adding a wrapper over current applications so they can be consumed easily by DevOps processes, and more. Keyva also uses code analysis and application discovery tools from CAST software in conjunction with an analysis of your CMDB to provide you a wholistic view of the application dependency mapping. If you'd like to have us review your environment and provide suggestions on what might work for you, please contact us at info@keyvatech.com


CTO Anuj Tuli

Anuj joined Keyva from Tech Data where he was the Director of Automation Solutions. In this role, he specializes in developing and delivering vendor-agnostic solutions that avoid the “rip-and-replace” of existing IT investments. Tuli has worked on Cloud Automation, DevOps, Cloud Readiness Assessments and Migrations projects for healthcare, banking, ISP, telecommunications, government and other sectors.

During his previous years at Avnet, Seamless Technologies, and other organizations, he held multiple roles in the Cloud and Automation areas. Most recently, he led the development and management of Cloud Automation IP (intellectual property) and related professional services. He holds certifications for AWS, VMware, HPE, BMC and ITIL, and offers a hands-on perspective on these technologies.

Like what you read? Follow Anuj on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anujtuli/

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If you haven't had the chance to check out the 2019 State of DevOps DORA report, you can access it http://www.keyvatech.com/state-of-devops-2019.  

The survey's respondents were mostly similar in characteristics to last year when it comes to demographics, organizational size, industry verticals, and more. Overall trends indicate that industry velocity for adoption of DevOps and technical transformation is increasing – along with the benefits delivered by cloud technologies.  

The report classified various teams and organizations in to four different performance categories – elite performers, high performers, medium performers and low performers. The proportion of elite performers in DevOps has tripled – organizations that have emphasized on the execution and tied success to measurable outcomes have excelled in increasing their SDO (software delivery and operational) performance. SDO performance indicators are the key metrics that such organizations are aiming for, and achieving. Elite performers characteristics included  a much higher frequency of deployments, faster lead time, reduction of time to restore (MTTR), and lower change fail rate.  

Customer adoption of cloud technologies varied based on the 5 different characteristics offered by cloud. The primary characteristics being – on-demand self-service, broad network access, resource pooling, rapid elasticity, measured service. There is a shift in the industry towards adopting DevOps cultures fueled by hybrid cloud consumption. Organizations typically have concurrent efforts going on – at organizational level and team level. The concurrent efforts need to align in terms of time and costs at an organizational level (strategy, architecture, maintainability) and at a team level (hands-on development, continuous integration and delivery, operational and other day 2 activities) to have the most suitable outcome for their specific organization.  

One of the key points reflected in the report is that clearly defined Change Management processes accelerate the speed and stability of the software release process, and reduces burnout. Alternatively, heavyweight change approval processes negatively impact the adoption process. Adding automation for change approval, change remediation and change implementation processes help organizations increase the efficiency and accuracy of software delivery process. Keyva is chartered and committed to develop integrations that assist organizations bridge the gap between IT Service Management processes and DevOps initiatives. One such example is the bi-directional integration between ServiceNow and Red Hat Ansible that allows IT automation to be consumed via a standardized self-service catalog. You can check out more details for that integration here https://keyvatech.com/service-now-red-hat-ansible


CTO Anuj Tuli

Anuj joined Keyva from Tech Data where he was the Director of Automation Solutions. In this role, he specializes in developing and delivering vendor-agnostic solutions that avoid the “rip-and-replace” of existing IT investments. Tuli has worked on Cloud Automation, DevOps, Cloud Readiness Assessments and Migrations projects for healthcare, banking, ISP, telecommunications, government and other sectors.

During his previous years at Avnet, Seamless Technologies, and other organizations, he held multiple roles in the Cloud and Automation areas. Most recently, he led the development and management of Cloud Automation IP (intellectual property) and related professional services. He holds certifications for AWS, VMware, HPE, BMC and ITIL, and offers a hands-on perspective on these technologies.

Like what you read? Follow Anuj on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anujtuli/

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Take the first step towards transforming your apps into cloud-native

If you are a medium-sized or large organization which depends on your IT teams to provide you with on-demand infrastructure, and support for your business critical applications; if you are an organization with sprawling thousands of applications and are planning to take the journey, or are already on a path, to cloud-native, you must have faced questions like "where do I start in migrating these applications to a new cloud platform?" Or "Once I've migrated an application on to a cloud platform, how do I make sure my application code updates don't drift away from leveraging the most a cloud platform has to offer?".  

Let's take a real world example. An organization that has 1500 Applications, about 80% of which are Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) apps, and about 20% are custom home-grown. These applications are mostly run on unix-based systems, with some instances run on Windows hosts, and they are looking for assistance on getting started with questions like – how do they decide which applications to move? what changes need to be made to these applications to be compatible with the new platform? what risks and vulnerabilities are associated in not taking any actions on these applications? how long will the effort be to migrate these applications? are these applications even ready to be migrated? and so on.  

CAST Software provides organizations the ability to have automated application assessments for an entire portfolio of applications using various programming languages, and profile them based on multiple quality and quantity indicators. Using a combination of an assessment questionnaire and the automated code insights, CAST helps you decide which applications to target migrating first, how code changes affect an application resiliency, identify security vulnerabilities in the existing application code, and much more. CAST also provides the ability for you to export the results of your application assessment without the need to export any source code. This can be done by leveraging CAST API. For the example customer mentioned above with thousands of applications, the process of evaluating their entire portfolio of applications can be easily automated leveraging this function.  

Here is an example of how the command line API call would look like, that would export the application metrics without the need to export any source code -  

java -jar HighlightAutomation.jar --workingDir "/samples/pathToWorkingDir" --sourceDir "/samples/sourceDir/src/" --skipUpload 

Since jar files can be run on Unix and Windows systems alike, the command remains the same for both platforms. You can also use the command wrapper created by Keyva (https://github.com/keyva/casthighlight_wrapper) to run the assessment.  

For the aforementioned customer, coupling up the ability to run API commands with their configuration management system or a workflow automation system like Red Hat Ansible, they can scan for source code on their server inventory for all on-premises or cloud based servers, and automatically create an application portfolio assessment report on a scheduled basis.  

To get started with our application assessment questionnaire, please visit us at https://keyvatech.com/survey/. We also provide a free assessment for one of your applications built using Java or Python and help you roadmap the required effort and the steps you would need to take to assess and migrate your entire portfolio of applications.  

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CAST Highlight Webinar In partnership with Keyva

Not knowing the current state of your application portfolio can add increased risks and cost to cloud migration efforts. With cloud project failure rates so high, how can you be sure "if" and "which" of your applications are cloud ready? Would a prioritized list of applications and an actionable roadmap to deliver the applications as a cloud-ready workload be critical to your success? In this webinar you will:
  • Learn how CAST Highlight can help you identify and prioritize candidate applications for migration
  • Learn how Keyva can help you take insights from CAST Highlight and:
    • Understand the level of effort associated with the required application changes
    • Understand how your application is connected to your infrastructure
    • Build a plan to migrate your application to the cloud and reconcile the underlying infrastructure
    • Make go/no-go decisions based on the TCO required to move an app to the cloud

Speakers

Anuj TuliKeyva

Anuj Tuli - Chief Technology Officer | Keyva

In his current role at Keyva, Anuj helps organizations adopt Containers, implement CI/CD methodology, modernize their applications, and develop an automation framework which supports end-to-end application lifecycle - planning, development, testing, deployment, and operations.  

Kevin FuretCAST Software

Kevin Furet - Senior Solutions Specialist | CAST

Kevin is a Senior Solutions Specialist at CAST, helping partners leverage Software Intelligence to build value-focused offerings for software modernization, application diagnostics and risk management programs. As a member of the Strategic Partnerships team, he helps Advisories and Consulting firms assess large IT organizations’ application landscapes and define actionable, future-proof strategies.
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Passionate about open source? Join us at the next Milwaukee Red Hat User Group on June 26th!

This RHUG will feature two exciting presentations: Integrate Red Hat Ansible Tower and ServiceNow for end-to-end use case automation and Systemd by Example. This event is sponsored by Keyva Technologies.

Integrate Red Hat Ansible Tower and ServiceNow for end-to-end use case automation

This presentation will be given by Keyva Technologies.

Presenter: Anuj Tuli, Chief Technology Officer, Keyva Technologies

In his current role at Keyva, Anuj helps organizations adopt Containers, implement CI/CD methodology, modernize their applications, and develop an automation framework which supports end-to-end application lifecycle - planning, development, testing, deployment, and operations.

Systemd by Example

Become comfortable with the new systemd init system used in Linux distributions to bootstrap the user space and to manage system processes after booting.  This exciting tool is already available on your servers.  Now is your chance to see examples of service security, sandboxing, container management, metric data collection, and logging aggregation.

Presenter: Keith Resar, Automation Developer, Red Hat Keith Resar is an Automation Developer with Red Hat and a regular Open Source contributor.  He's consulted with dozens of organizations, helping them successfully implement cultural change through the adoption of new technology.  With an expertise in cloud automation and container PaaS, he's made deploying applications more accessible throughout the enterprise.

Location: Sprecher Brewing Co. 701 W Glendale Ave Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53209

To sign up for the event click here.

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Keyva will be at the Red Hat Ansible Meetup on June 20th.

Keyva is excited to be presenting at the Red Hat Ansible Meetup. Here is the information regarding the event.
Keyva’s open source ServiceNow App for Red Hat Ansible Automation allows users to kick-off deployment jobs in Ansible from ServiceNow Catalog Requests. This integration allows you to: o Trigger Red Hat Ansible jobs from ServiceNow Catalog Requests, Change Requests, Incident Requests, and more o Accelerate adoption of Red Hat Ansible as the automation tool of choice o Allow ServiceNow teams the ability to fulfill IT automation requests via Ansible o Easily map field values in a ServiceNow record and pass them as arguments to an Ansible job o Leverage best practices integration methodology to integrate disparate domain tools o Contribute to the open source project, and customize the existing code to fit your specific needs Presented by our Anuj Tuli, who meets its clients where they are at on their journey to become more agile and adopt DevOps practices. Keyva partners with you to get to from where you are to where you need to be. We accomplish this through an agile approach to IT problem-solving focused on delivering technical capabilities that meet your business objectives. We work hard to simplify your IT in order to free up your time so that you can focus on your core business and driving value for your customers. We will open the door at 6:30 Have drinks and pizza until 7:00, then the talk will start. Hope to see you there! Thanks. The doors automatically lock, you may need leave a message if you can't get in the doors, we try to have someone waiting at the door until 7:00 after that please post to the message/discussion board   To sign up for the event click here.  
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Keyva is excited to announce the release of ServiceNow App for Red Hat OpenShift, certified by ServiceNow. 

Many teams and organizations that have containerized critical application workloads are using the Red Hat OpenShift implementation of Kubernetes. Traditionally, the IT Service Management teams and the Development teams haven't had a common intersection point. To increase compliance, governance, and auditability, team owners are constantly challenged and encouraged to reduce shadow IT, and provide a common gateway to consume any and all IT services. ServiceNow has established itself as a prominent player in the IT Service Management domain, and can act as the single point of entry for all IT requests.  

This integration allows organizations to consume application services that are built in OpenShift as deployment jobs, from a ServiceNow service catalog request. The integration allows for any and all customizations within ServiceNow while leveraging existing approval processes, and also allows you to define specific trigger points within ServiceNow for when to launch the build jobs.  

With this integration, you can:  

· Trigger Red Hat OpenShift build jobs from ServiceNow Catalog Requests, Change Requests, Incident Requests, and more  

· Accelerate the adoption of Red Hat OpenShift Container Application Platform as the container platform of choice  

· Allow ServiceNow teams the ability to fulfill IT automation requests via OpenShift 
· Easily map field values in ServiceNow record and pass them as arguments to OpenShift build job 
· Leverage best practices integration methodology to integrate disparate domain tools  

· Get fully supported integration built using best practices in specific domains  

If you'd like a free trial or would require more details, please reach out to one of our associates at info@keyvatech.com 

You can find the integration listing here


CTO Anuj Tuli

Anuj joined Keyva from Tech Data where he was the Director of Automation Solutions. In this role, he specializes in developing and delivering vendor-agnostic solutions that avoid the “rip-and-replace” of existing IT investments. Tuli has worked on Cloud Automation, DevOps, Cloud Readiness Assessments and Migrations projects for healthcare, banking, ISP, telecommunications, government and other sectors.

During his previous years at Avnet, Seamless Technologies, and other organizations, he held multiple roles in the Cloud and Automation areas. Most recently, he led the development and management of Cloud Automation IP (intellectual property) and related professional services. He holds certifications for AWS, VMware, HPE, BMC and ITIL, and offers a hands-on perspective on these technologies.

Like what you read? Follow Anuj on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anujtuli/

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