Ranger4 are over the moon to be awarded 'Most Innovative DevOps Solution Provider' by DevOps.com in their annual DevOps Dozen awards. DevOps.com CEO, Alan Shimel, said:
"OK I have to admit it, I was pulling for Ranger4 in this category. Helen Beal and Steve Green are great people who were out there evangelizing and leading in DevOps consulting way before the current Cambrian explosion of DevOps consultants we see today. Their DevOps Liftoff Workshop and latest, DevOps for CEOs are both high water marks in the industry. Congrats to the entire Ranger4 team."
Ranger4 started our DevOps journey in 2011 and offer a wide range of solutions to assist organisations wanting to evolve their practices and capabilities using DevOps principles.
These solutions include:
- The DevOps LiftOff Workshop
- DevOps Discovery and Assessments
- DevOps Transformation with the DevOps Loop
- DevOps Training and Mastery (with the DevOps Institute)
- Value Stream Mapping for DevOps with Lean Principles
- DevOps Toolchain builds for Ideation to Realisation
- DevOps workshops such as Getting and Measuring Metrics that Matter
- The Phoenix Project Game (co-designed with Gamingworks)
Look out for more coming through in 2017 especially focussed on cultural change and experiential and serious play learning.
Steve Green said:
"It's testament to our team's ability to listen to what our customers need and develop solutions in line with the challenges they face that we have won this award. We have more great things coming through this year so watch this space for more groundbreaking DevOps solutions. Thanks to Alan for all his support and encouragement and the chance to be recognised for our efforts in this way."
Congratulations to the other winners including: Jenkins, Automic, Barry Christ of Chef, IBM, Jason Hand of VictorOps, Nationwide, DB Maestro, Angel Diaz of IBM, Damon Edwards and John Willis, The DevOps Handbook by Gene Kim, John Willis, Jez Humble and Patrick Debois and Shelbee Smith-Eigenbrode for her DevOps.com article.