Many software development practices, most notably test management, are increasingly being changed by agile workflows. Agile not only encourages constant, quick releases, but also can foster automation in the workplace, taking numerous repetitive tasks off of employees. However, there are many approaches to making agile a success with an organization - Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) is one such way. In this piece, we'll dive into what this framework involves and how it can benefit those that choose to leverage it.
I’ve seen a few exchanges from “Enterprise IT” vendors on twitter about the need for “a different kind of DevOps” for Enterprise IT. This culminated with a blog post from Andi Mann from CA on “Big Enterprises Need Big DevOps“. I’ll avoid the proverbial piss taking that could take place on the title alone and instead focus on the content.
The idea behind rugged DevOps. Whereas DevOps is IT at ludicrous speed, Rugged DevOps is a shift left to find a way to inject security into DevOps from the beginning, says Joshua Corman, CTO, Sonatype and Rugged DevOps founder.
In this webinar you will learn how your organization can implement continuous delivery as a step toward your own DevOps transformation. With continuous delivery, you can accelerate application delivery which will allow I.T. to better meet the needs of the organization. With continuous delivery, I.T. becomes a business enabler.
Networking is often considered an afterthought in the software development lifecycle. But software-defined networking (SDN) functionality is now being used to dynamically scale and protect enterprise applications. The rise of advanced networking capabilities and virtual LAN (VLAN) services promises to allow organizations to test a network's effect on applications earlier in the DevOps lifecycle.
This virtual event puts you in direct contact with experts and leaders in the DevOps space, including noted speakers from InformationWeek, Gartner, Intellyx and CA Technologies — all without ever having to leave your seat! Learn best practice approaches for DevOps in areas of agile development, continuous delivery, and agile IT operations, and watch an inspiring keynote from Gene Kim, the “Father of DevOps.”
What is important is that every technology is only as good as its use-case. Technology for the sake of technology does not solve the underlying business challenge. The evolution of Docker is proof of this. Docker was really built as a side dish to the original menu which was focused on the PaaS as the main course.
More organizations are embracing DevOps and automation to realize compelling business benefits, such as more frequent feature releases, increased application stability, and more productive resource utilization. However, many security and compliance monitoring tools have not kept up. In fact, they often represent the largest single remaining barrier to continuous delivery.
CD Summit will be two days packed with insight, knowledge and inspiration to help you achieve your continuous delivery and DevOps goals. We are in the process of selecting amazing speakers and finalizing the agenda. Register now and SAVE!