Any organisation adopting a DevOps approach is, by definition, also embracing a new way of working. One of the core aspects of DevOps, is the breaking down of traditional silos to create an environment in which developers work closely with operational colleagues and other key stakeholders involved in software delivery. This in itself requires significant changes to reporting and communications structures. Read More
Apps have become a fundamental interface between brands, businesses and consumers, and in today’s lightning-paced app economy, customer loyalty is hard-won. Users are more savvy and informed than ever, and they recognise good and bad experiences when they see them. In this context, the ability to become agile and move with speed must be a core component of any organisation’s digital transformation strategy. Read More
For decades IT operations has often been viewed as something of a back-office technology function. But all this has changed. Now IT (including operations) is front and centre in helping organisations forge new business models and disrupt markets.
As a result, IT operations must adapt to support the application-driven business needs. A successful agile operations transformation boils down to three essential requirements – speed, quality and scale. Read More