2019 is the year that Agile and DevOps go large

Source- computing.co.uk ‘At scale’ or ‘large-scale’ Agile and DevOps development – sometimes separately but often in the same breath – was a topic that has been cropping up more frequently in the enterprise-IT world. The ‘scale’ message is topical because it chimes with how software development increasingly involves the entire enterprise. For instance, IoT products cover hardware and software engineering, while video game development encompasses coders and artists with various specialities. This broader application of Agile is also affected by having to

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Cloud to help emerging markets diminish tech, cost barriers.

Source- rcrwireless.com The cloud is a powerful transformational agent for emerging markets, but only when dovetailed with other emerging and evolving digital technologies to deliver complete solutions.  The International Data Corporation or IDC’s top 10 predictions for IT, 2019, says that by 2022, 40% of organizations’ cloud developments will execute artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms. IDC forecasts that by 2022, any endpoint device on a cloud-enabled network will be performing AI-driven inferencing and relying on machine learning algorithms to continually ‘learn’ which

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A Glance at Five Important Aspects of DevOps

Source- dzone.com DevOps can be defined correctly as a methodology, philosophy, or ideology. The DevOps principle is to reduce the gap between development teams (processes) and processes (Ops). In other words, it is a methodology that includes the Dev and Ops formats, which leads to improved workflow to deliver programs faster and at the same time with high quality. DevOps facilitates continuous delivery so deployments can be made if necessary and on demand. This can be achieved by ensuring that the

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How DevOps And Agile Are Influencing Automation in Business

Source- customerthink.com One of the factors affecting business health is control of its bottom line. Today, more businesses are realizing improved bottom lines through DevOps automation. While the number of success stories from DevOps automation increase, businesses that are most successful appears to recognize that its importance is due to the fact that technology offers an opportunity to automate the repetitive processes that introduce risk through errors and ultimately improve the organization’s bottom line. The not so surprising result of

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Is Your Organization ‘Fit for the Future’?

Source- devops.com This was a question explored by CIO Platform Nederland and the DevOps Agile Skills Association(DASA) in a recent event I attended, hosted by Transavia. Many organizations have already embarked or are about to embark upon Agile transformation initiatives, driven by growing business demands. This event focused on sharing experiences, learning from the practical examples (successes and lessons learned) from Transavia and ABN AMRO, and exploring the way forward to successfully create a high-performing IT culture that is “Fit for the Future.” The event

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The future of open source and DevOps.

Source- jaxenter.com Only a few short years ago, organizations considered open source to be a high risk. These days, enterprises and governments alike are embracing open source and placing it at the center of their software development stacks. IBM’s recent acquisition of Red Hat and Microsoft’s acquisition of GitHub, which is the home of many open source projects, show that open source has won the hearts and minds of the general populace. In fact, if you’re not already using open source,

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Vanguard CIO: Is what you’re doing “true” agile?

Source- enterprisersproject.com Recently, I went out after work with a friend who wanted to pick my brain about agile. He had just landed a new job and his new organization was adopting agile principles. Excited for him, I began asking all kinds of questions. How frequently do they deploy software? Were they building microservices? Were they looking at public cloud? I watched his excitement drain a bit as he explained that they deploy relatively infrequently and had not discussed “breaking down the monolith” or

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How to Choose the Right Agile Methodology for Project Development in a Frugal Way

Source- business2community.com Software development has taken a critical role in transforming businesses across the industries. As organisations and firms grow, they need IT solutions to handle new consumer demands, changing business environment, and increasing competition. For continuous and sustainable growth, companies should deliver timely innovations to streamline business operations and outdo competitors. Choosing the right project management approach for software development is important to deliver effective solutions within the budget and timelines. This article will guide you on how to choose

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3 new DevOps lessons learned

Source- enterprisersproject.com IT workers sometimes live in fear and too often loathe their jobs. Look no further than last year’s testimony by the former Equifax CEO as a reason why. He blamed a single IT worker for the company’s unprecedented data breach. That explains the fear, and his $90 million exit package may explain some of the loathing. But there is light and hope on the horizon, and that was on full display at the DevOps Enterprise Summit (DOES) this year. Here are three of my takeaways:

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DevOps and Agile are Changing Automation in Business Processes

Source- cioreview.com The traditional Waterfall model has evolved into an agile process over the years. Agile processes have allowed software development teams to work in shorter sprints. Also, it has allowed the agile development and testing teams to work simultaneously on each module. The short sprints of agile scrum approach have helped the development team to work on client feedback and fix bugs found by the testing teams. Agile Scrum has also ensured on-time product delivery. DevOps is a set of

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