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DevOps - What's Innovative?

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Restore as a service - Backup is good, but restore is a lot more useful. I talk to W. Curtis Preston, “Mr Backup”.

Talking to Curtis Preston about Druva’s data-management-as-a-service and its support for AWS Snowball Edge, speeding-up and de-risking cloud transitions.
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NextStep 2018 for OutSystems - OutSystems 11 targets large application portfolios

NextStep 2018 was OutSystems’ conference promoting its capabilities in processing Large Application Portfolios and its affection for BizDevOps.
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DevOps Orchestration - the Morpheus tool integration platform looks interesting

Automation of software service delivery links your tools with software APIs – giving you a “software-defined infrastructure” and the Morpheus platform is a good basis for this.
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DevOps, an IBM Perspective - it’s going to be a culture thing for the Mutable Business, not just a technology thing, and most of IBM’s ideas have general application

I’ve just had an interesting conversation with a couple of DevOps people from IBM, Eric Minick, OM lead for DevOps and James Hunter strategy lead for DevOps. IBM defines DevOps as an “essential enterprise capability for the continuous delivery of…
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Future starting here? - Looking at DevOps processes beyond simple software development

The recent TSB migration debacle was more than an Ops project and had Dev, testing and customer impacts. In these days of Ops/Dev collaboration, should it have been run as a DevOps-style process – or was it run “DevOps in name only”?
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A mutable Puppet show - Configuration management is essential for Mutable without tears

Without Agile configuration management (automated with tools such as Puppet), it is hard to be Mutable without breaking things.
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Ignitho and frugal innovation

Ignitho specialises in building prototypes to test out innovative ideas
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Mainframe programming and the modern developer

Compuware is aiming to make mainframe development accessible to those of us more used to Docker and Selenium
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QASymphony

QASymphony is one - perhaps the leader - of the new breed of competitors challenging HPE ALM
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The mutable mainframe

Despite appearances mainframes can be agile and can participate in DevOps and continuous delivery.
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CA Technologies: business re-written by software - is there a need for paranoid optimism?

Bit of a buzz at CA World, as there often is, but how disruptive might disruptive technology innovation really be? New technology can't be put back in the box.
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Testing should not be a roadblock

To keep up with the competition, companies need to get new applications and upgrades to market faster. Testing cannot be a roadblock on this path.
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Testing and impact analysis

You need to understand how changes might impact on other parts of the system, because the former can break the latter.
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Traceability in testing

In order to automate change you need the data, expected results and test scripts to automatically update, by virtue of their traceability back to requirements.
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Automating reusability

By building up a library of reusable test assets functionality can be tested more rapidly by selecting components from this library
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Responsive automation

So called "test automation frameworks" have to be able to respond to constant user demands. This process should be automated.
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Jenkins becomes a Platform

Jenkins Operations Centre and Jenkins Enterprise become one manageable continuous delivery platform
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User experience as an input to development

Addition of user experience feedback to the developer experience.
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Innovate at speed at Developer Connect 2014

Report from IBM's Developer Connect 2014 conference in London.
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Workload automation, IT’s little secret

Workload automation and job scheduling as a way of producing business outcomes
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DevOps Innovation

Electric Cloud is a privately-held DevOps vendor
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IBM Watson gets DevOps

Watson technology solutions are being deployed using mainstream DevOps processes
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What’s the problem with agile?

You need agile data for agile development. Test data management, service virtualisation and agile schema development.
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Fact-based project tracking

A new Perforce tool for extracting project metrics from software development repositories.
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Continuous deployment at BCS CMSG 2013

Xebialabs talks about continuous deployment at CMSG 2013.
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CA World 2013 Fytte 2 – Mainframe Application Virtualisation

Applogic has now been ported to z mainframes
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News from Pulse: Fytte the First

Tivoli Pulse in Las Vegas now has a much wider focus than just Tivoli Operations tools - I met a lot of friends from Rational there. Some interesting news and announcements this year.
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IBM breaks down the silos – Part 1, Design for Operations

Part 1 of an analysis of where IBM is going, garnered from its recent PCTU (Tivoli) and Innovate (Rational) conferences
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