With legacy systems in place, agencies are starting to use DevOps to ease the shift to new IT systems.
Military services are using automated development practices in the adoption of new technologies and to safeguard IT security.
The Air Force, VA and NASA encourage communication, training and empowerment to better adoption of agile software development methods.
Data readiness and cultural change are key to a successful AI program.
The agency's tech leads saw operational efficiencies in a reorganized IT infrastructure that is adaptable to change.
Knowledge-building is essential for organizational adoption of artificial intelligence and DevOps practices.
Automation, Agile and DevOps could be the blueprints for IT modernization.
Described as a forward-leaning agency, digital transformation at the agencies ultimately came down to culture.
One of the biggest barriers to successful DevOps and Agile processes is a lack of communication and organizational silos.
The pandemic has changed the way federal organizations think about DevOps and adaptability.
CISA and NSA provide guidance for how federal agencies can address critical vulnerabilities in their networks.
Innovative approaches to DevSecOps include mimicking the real development space to anticipate problems.
Leading the agency's DevSecOps practice requires addressing communication and culture challenges.
Using a digital twin increases development velocity while breaking down silos.
VA is moving to DevSecOps as part of its overall Digital Transformation Strategy.
Using a user-centered focus to deliver value directly to the warfighter.