Thought leaders conclude that by 2023, nearly half of dev organizations will have switched from multiple point solutions to VSDPs.
8 Basic SDLC Methodologies and How to Choose the Best One?
Modernize & secure your lifecycle with DevSecOps
Focusing Beyond CI/CD
CI/CD is helpful for software development speed and quality, but it has some pitfalls that require businesses and developers to consider the bigger picture.
What is Your Software Testing Strategy?
When you lack a robust software testing strategy, you run the risk of not meeting stakeholder needs
Value Stream Management Platform: the 10,000 ft. View
Value stream management for software products is focused on customers – and creates value to delight and retain them
New Regulations, New Opportunities for Developers
The federal government’s new cybersecurity executive order leaves a lot to unpack.
The SolarWinds Breach and Securing the SDLC
This highly publicized security breach has negatively impacted many businesses. As firms review their software development process to prevent a similar situation, we provide our thoughts.
Self-Service Software Development and Delivery Platform: Buy vs. Build
The recent State of DevOps 2020 Report released by Puppet highlights several areas, including how organizations that utilize internal platforms have a high level of maturity in software development and delivery.
Most Enterprise Devops Transformations Fail for This One Reason
Search amazon.com for books with the keyword “devops” and you’ll have 970+ to choose from.
Is fear of change preventing your devops transformation from getting off the ground?
It all begins with an idea.Having led and consulted on a number of enterprise DevOps transformation initiatives over the past two decades, there are four key behaviors to enable success (beyond looking at the software development lifecycle as an end-to-end value chain) that are commonly undervalued or overlooked when executing transformations.
Innovation Requires Trust
I’ve worked with some of the most innovative companies in the world and I’ve interacted with some of the least innovative companies in the world. What I’ve learned is simple: innovation requires trust.