Software applications have become an essential source of business value for large organisations. That’s why it’s so important for companies to find ways to continually improve their software and deliver it to market as fast as possible. So how can organisations reduce cost and time to market while still offering quality and enabling developers to focus on innovation?
Are you wondering where to start your DevOps journey – or how to progress an existing initiative? Do you need a better understanding of how the adoption process should run? Would you prefer to know what to expect from each phase?
In our Downloadable Quick Guide The 5 Steps to DevOps Success we share the key building blocks you need for a solid DevOps strategy, for Continuous Delivery and for moving from Continuous Delivery to Production Release Automation.
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DevOps may be an increasingly popular approach, but many organisations are still falling behind the adoption curve. So what are the reasons why some businesses choose not to consider DevOps as an alternative for their IT projects? This video looks at the 7 most common misconceptions that prevent businesses from embracing DevOps.
We recently announced the arrival of our Live DevOps Innovation Platform built in-house here at Sandhata. I wanted to share some of the tools we have used for it so far, as well as my personal experiences on this platform, as it has been very interesting and a big learning experience for me.
In 2016 we started creating a live DevOps innovation platform internally in Sandhata. We have been working hard, with the goal of creating a platform which incorporates DevOps principles and practices across the whole delivery lifecycle. We want this platform to demonstrate various aspects of the delivery lifecycle, and expose the inner workings – so that the platform can be used to help others get a headstart on their continuous delivery journey and also plan their DevOps strategy based on our working example.
Mainframe agility is paramount for any mainframe-centric enterprise in order to achieve true business agility and to get to the market faster. But how can it be done? Let’s take a look at some of the key DevOps mainframe tooling elements.
Continuous Delivery (CD) is a software strategy that enables organisations to deliver new features to users – as fast and efficiently as possible. The core idea of CD is to create a repeatable, reliable and incrementally improving process for taking software from concept to customer. The goal of CD is to enable a constant flow of changes into production via an automated software production line. The CD pipeline is what makes it all happen.
DevOps is becoming a key element of business transformation for enterprises, as the speed of their development and release processes are critical to business success. But committing to embarking on a DevOps journey is just the first step. While some companies have been able to successfully embrace the culture change which underlies DevOps, others have experienced growing pains – especially when it comes to handling database tensions.