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An introduction to Mattermost as your DevOps Command Center

Mattermost is a platform based on collaboration — not built simply for facilitating team and asynchronous communication, but built on the philosophy that having the ability to collaborate efficiently makes the world safer and more productive for everyone. This is true in many day-to-day situations in an organization, but it is especially true in the …

Mattermost launches Quality Assurance (QA) Contributor Program!

We are excited to announce a new QA Contributor Program! The open source community has had an enormous impact on Mattermost by contributing code, documentation, translations and more. We are now inviting the community to contribute to the quality assurance of the product, playing a key role in releasing a diverse range of product features …

Using Mattermost Operator for Kubernetes to deploy our Community server

One of the key benefits of using Kubernetes is that it’s very flexible and fault tolerant. However, that also means that it has quite a lot of complexity to deal with. A well-built operator abstracts that complexity away and helps manage updates and upgrades seamlessly.  The Mattermost Kubernetes operator is basically like having a Mattermost …

GitLab Summit 2020 recap: Using messaging for better remote DevOps collaboration

As many on-site organizations scramble to adopt remote work, DevOps teams are turning to messaging and integrated workflows to collaborate effectively. Usual office work practices are changing, and people are having to adapt to a remote-first approach. This demands a change to your company culture, a remote mindset and the tools to deliver it. Here …

27 things enterprises can learn from startups to increase productivity

How do you bring the productivity of small, fast-moving startups into enterprises with massive organizations and heavy regulatory obligations? It starts with analyzing and understanding the workflows and approaches startups use to achieve world-class agility, efficiency and innovation. Then you need to prioritize these “recipes” based on the impact they can have on your enterprise. …

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