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DevOps is transforming SOCOM’s culture, says CIO

For the U.S. Special Operations Command, DevOps is a lot like tactical shooting. “You remove all extraneous movement and that’s how you get efficiency. We need to do the same thing in our DevOps environments. We need to get rid of the … different processes that have built up over the year and streamline and what’s the art of the possible," said CIO Lisa Costa. At Red Hat's Government Symposium on Tuesday, Costa described SOCOM's ongoing digital transformation and how it's rooted in the DevOps methodology. "I don’t think anything is going to change our culture more than adopting an enterprisewide view of DevOps," she said. Billy Mitchell has more.

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Automation hasn’t required high-end hardware in one NOAA office

At NOAA's National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service, the network is a one-man show. Literally — Senior Systems Engineer Michael Raugh manages it by himself. Raugh explained Tuesday how Red Hat's Ansible automation hub has allowed his service to get thrifty about its hardware and avoid outages during life-threatening emergencies. Read more on automation at NESDIS.

Big believer in government open source? Help with an open task on code.gov

You don't have to take on a full-time job as a software developer with the federal government to contribute code in support of its many missions. It's actually as simple as working on an "open task" on code.gov. “You can even, in your spare time, help an agency with a code problem that they’re having and maybe pick up some new skills,” said Karen Trebon, the lead for code.gov at GSA. Read more about code.gov.

WATCH: Michael Kanaan shares how the U.S. Air Force is developing a developer community

Kanaan, co-chair for artificial intelligence and machine learning with the U.S. Air Force, shares how API and container technology is building richer business-to-developer relationships, where airmen with coding skills are able to “imagine their own future.” His interview is part of a series on “Champions of Digital Transformation.” Watch Kanaan’s full conversation here.

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