“Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game” should be required reading for all technology leaders. The book is about Billy Beane, GM for the Oakland A’s, and his
Release orchestration company XebiaLabs recently announced plans to merge with CollabNet VersionOne, a provider for agile planning and collaborative development. The new joint
“Change is the only constant.”
- Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher
Many times, the toughest part of DevOps is simply getting started.
Before you even start running plays,
I recently had the pleasure of presenting a webinar with Dr. Nicole Forsgren. For the uninitiated, Dr. Forsgren is a leading IT impacts expert best known for her work with tech
Continuous database deployment isn't easy.
The first step to tackling any problem is to see the problem. With databases, it’s difficult because there are a lot of problems that
So, you use Git for app code check in. Check.
You've already taken advantage of continuous integration and delivery thanks to Jenkins. Check.
You're even using a tool like
Many companies already apply the CALMS framework to their application code or front-end development process. Advances in database DevOps software and processes now mean the same
In a world where users expect timely and responsive updates and where tough competition can seemly emerge from nowhere, speed and agility are essential to survival. To keep
Over the past year, I’ve seen a shift in how we speak about delivering applications. More and more of us use the term “digital transformation” to describe the business
Datical and CIO Magazine have released some research on what are the biggest delays Digital Transformation Initiatives. After looking over the report and underlying raw data,
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