A necessary component of an agile team is to go beyond establishing a comprehensive continuous integration process.
Creating a DevOps-focused culture requires understanding the 'why' behind the process.
Talking through metrics any DevOps organization should consider adopting.
Part three of a series that will identify key personnel for a transition to DevOps.
The second part of a series that highlights most effective first steps for shedding inefficient and ineffective information technology practices.
The first of a series that identifies the missing pieces in the development of information technology in the enterprise.
The acquisition process presents challenges that an Agile or DevOps culture could alleviate.
These measures can help operations embrace DevOps and their new role.
How to get that carefully crafted functionality into end users’ hands
An isolated environment allows iterative development, experimentation and fast feedback.
Set aside the desire for certainty and instead adopt a discovery mindset.
Why wait until the end of the sprint to see if development is on track?
What's stopping CIOs and CTOs from realizing the potential of agile and DevOps?