This week we look at our favourite answers for our fifth #DevOpsFriday5 question - Is Continuous Delivery the ultimate goal of DevOps? How do other 'Continuouses' contribute in a DevOps transformation?Read More
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This week we look at our favourite answers for our fourth #DevOpsFriday5 question - What attributes constitute a culture embracing DevOps?Read More
This week we look at our favourite answers for our third #DevOpsFriday5 question - What Do You Think Are The Key Metrics for DevOps? Here's our round-up!Read More
This week we look at our favourite answers for our second #DevOpsFriday5 question - Can you describe what DevOps looks like when it’s ‘done’? Here's our round-up!Read More
It's been two years today since we published our first #DevOpsFriday5 and to celebrate we'll be publishing collections of our favourite answers to each of the questions - and launching a whole new set for the next twelve months. This week we kick off with Question One:Read More
Pivoting is the action of readjusting after you have tried something and realized that you are not on course or achieving your goal. DevOps did a lot of this in 2015 as it continued its journey as a movement towards business transformation based on better, faster, safer technology use.Read More
DevOps is on the rise and soon everyone will be talking about it. Gartner predicts that 25 percent of the global 2000 organisations will be adopting DevOps in 2016. Now we all know that not every company of the global 2000 are IT/software companies that speak the DevOps language.Read More
We've spent a lot of time with organisations in recent years trying to define DevOps - and it's clear that although we know that at the core of it DevOps is about making better software faster and more safely, there is a lot of differing opinion about its definition, partly because its breadth is huge (organisational disciplines, streamlined interactions, automation) and also because of the resistance to putting any kind of framework or manifesto around it (because ITIL and Agile have had problems with this and because DevOps is based on experimentation - there is no 'one size fits all').Read More
Telrock designs and develops SaaS applications for consumer digital engagement. It provides a full lifecycle digital engagement platform for banks, credit card issuers, utility companies and other entities seeking to optimize customer experience and efficiency. At the cutting edge of technology provision, Telrock constantly looks for ways to deliver better software, faster.Read More
It's the Ranger4 #DevOpsFriday5 series - to we will hear from Liviu Faciu. Take it away Liviu!
1) How would you describe the relationship between DevOps, Agile and ITIL?
If I have a top-down view, I think ITIL is on top because it provides you the view of end results - high-quality IT Managed Services. DevOps is in the middle because it shows you how to link the major processes inside your company: business processes and engineering processes. But DevOps is not a Project Management methodology. DevOps gives you the liberty to choose any Project Management methodology you like. Agile could be that methodology.Read More