The promise of continued innovation hangs on our ability to make data freely accessible to the people and teams who are driving towards the future. Companies everywhere are disrupting their own industries with mobile, agile, DevOps, and of course the cloud. But this is the Information Age and the Digital Economy and those same people, […]
In the race to innovate in the IoT market space, successful companies are realizing that their success depends not only on what they can do, but also on the innovation, abilities, connections, and insights provided by partnering with others. Outsourcing part, or all, of your IoT product development can offer wonderful benefits and a strategic […]
To state that DevOps and IT operations teams will face new challenges in the coming years sounds a bit redundant, as their core responsibility is to solve problems and overcome challenges. However, with the dramatic pace in which the current landscape of processes, technologies, and tools are changing, it has become quite problematic to cope […]
Multinational services firm Accenture has opened its first Liquid Studio in London’s business district, to enable customers and collaborators to speed up software development. Accenture claims that the Liquid Studio can vastly reduce the time spent developing a prototype and can lead to more innovative solutions. In some cases, the firm said the development cycle […]
Don’t believe everything you hear.
An early proponent of DevOps speaks out.
Microsoft is bringing Docker to Windows.
Though it’s not really that simple.
A Q&A with Vagrant creator Mitchell Hashimoto.
Old-style IT has a future! Sort of.
And it’s starting with the fast, IT-integrated software development process called DevOps.
Google to customers: Come for the cheap Web services, but stay for the detailed analytics.
With the enterprise bogged down with old infrastructure, business and IT teams must collaborate to embrace new trends.
New Gartner research confirms what we’ve long suspected: traditional IT is dead and DevOps is booming.
DevOps is one of the best ways to deliver ideas to market—but you need to start sooner rather than later.
One analyst is projecting Amazon’s cloud business to be worth $50 billion by 2015. That valuation may not be nearly optimistic enough.
DevOps, a close collaboration between software developers and IT departments, continues its ascent within the stodgy old enterprise — thanks to the increasing pace of open-source software adoption.