DevOps - What's Innovative?
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At DevOps World | Jenkins World, Forrester told the assembled press and analysts that DevOps is winning and that use of waterfall methods is falling.
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.
NextStep 2018 was OutSystems’ conference promoting its capabilities in processing Large Application Portfolios and its affection for BizDevOps.
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.
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…
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”?
Without Agile configuration management (automated with tools such as Puppet), it is hard to be Mutable without breaking things.
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.
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.