Monthly Archives: January 2015

Is DevOps The Same As Automation?

The short answer is No; but let me explain why. DevOps as a movement is really about one simple thing: breaking down the silos between your IT functions – predominantly Development and Operations in the widest sense. Development here means development, business analysis and test, while Operations covers also some aspects of test, infrastructure and […]

By |January 29th, 2015|Executive, Process|0 Comments

CIO Brief On DevOps

DevOps is the original concept or philosophy that is the basis for everything “Continuous”. When DevOps was initially incepted, the simple goal of the philosophy is to breakdown the silos and barriers between the development and operations teams and establish trust between the two organisations to achieve the business benefits of better time to market, […]

By |January 12th, 2015|Executive|0 Comments

Supercharging Your Product with DevOps

Product management is a difficult process, and managers use whatever advantage they can get to enhance their products. The most important aspects of Product Management are the ability to deliver a feature rich product, of good quality, very quickly to the market. Not only that, but it is imperative in the “app” to continuously deliver […]

By |January 8th, 2015|Executive, Process|0 Comments

Managing With Technical Debts

The concept of technical debt is generally useful in approaching software development projects whether delivered internally or via a system integrator.
Technical debts are simply the amount of compromises to the code measured in the amount of work that needs to be done to fix these issues. Usually reflected in days and hours, if you multiply […]

By |January 5th, 2015|Executive, Process, Technical|0 Comments