C - Definitions

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    ChatOps

    ChatOps is the use of chat clients, chatbots and real-time communication tools to facilitate how software development and operation tasks are communicated and executed.

  • cloud orchestrator

    A cloud orchestrator is programming that manages the interconnections and interactions among cloud-based and on-premises business units.

  • ClusterHQ Flocker

    Management of Docker containers can be facilitated with the use of Flocker software – a framework for moving containers across clusters of servers.

  • COBOL (Common Business Oriented Language)

    COBOL (Common Business-Oriented Language) is a programming language created in 1960, and was the first to run on multiple operating systems.

  • composable infrastructure

    In a composable infrastructure, a software application calls the physical compute, storage and network resources services it requires and assembles an infrastructure to support the application on-demand.

  • configuration management (CM)

    Configuration management is a governance and systems engineering process that ensures the proper accounting of an enterprise's configuration items and of the interrelationship between them in an operational environment.

  • container management software

    Container management software is programming that facilitates the administration of software modules deployed in a distributed environment.

  • Containers as a Service (CaaS)

    Containers as a service (CaaS) is a form of container-based virtualization in which container engines, orchestration and the underlying compute resources are delivered to users as a service from a cloud provider.

  • continuous delivery (CD)

    Continuous delivery (CD) is an extension of the concept of continuous integration (CI). Whereas CI deals with the build/test part of the development cycle for each version, CD focuses on what happens with a committed change after that point.

  • continuous deployment

    Continuous deployment is a process that shortens the time between software testing and release by automatically pushing out software updates that pass the automated testing phase.

  • cook-off test

    A cook-off test is a controlled experiment conducted to determine if or how soon a component, device or system will malfunction because of internally generated heat... (Continued)

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