BizOps Coalition fuels digital success

Organizations have learned the hard way that software development efforts don’t always reflect business priorities or result in the expected ROI. Agile, DevOps and CI/CD efforts have accelerated software delivery, but not necessarily the delivery of value. BizOps bridges the gap by providing visibility and insights across the entire value stream so companies can achieve … continue reading

SD Times April 2021 cover

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This month’s issue of SD Times is now available. The April magazine features a look at why the way you organize your development team matter, why observability is more of a process change than a set of tools, and developer reflections on the past year. … continue reading

With OSS, know when you’re vulnerable

Instead of building all software “from scratch” today, developers use open source to their advantage when needing to provide common or repetitive elements. Doing so primarily limits the use of the homegrown code they develop for proprietary features and functionality, while also being the adhesive that binds everything together. Consequently, developers spend much of their … continue reading

BizOps speeds digital transformation

Today’s businesses need to be more agile and digital than they’ve ever been before to adapt quickly to rapidly changing market conditions. Organizational leaders want to maximize business outcomes, so IT must help accelerate time to value and reduce operational risks. To achieve these goals, organizations must push beyond IT-centric forms of Ops and embrace … continue reading

SD Times March 2021

SD Times March 2021

The March issue of SD Times is now available. This issue features a look at how to build environmental sustainability into development efforts, why developers love Go, and what’s coming in Java 16. … continue reading

Enable BizOps across the enterprise

The year 2021 began with a long list of lessons learned from 2020. Although competitiveness and digital transformation were already driving the need for greater business agility before 2020, the pandemic forced organizations to embrace extreme forms of agile to survive or thrive. In fact, “the new normal” has become synonymous with navigating unprecedented uncertainty.  … continue reading

The modern risks of open-source code

The amount of open-source code being used in modern applications has exploded. According to multiple surveys, a large majority of enterprises are reporting that open-source components and third-party libraries are being implanted into their applications, both internal and outward-facing. Developers acknowledge that utilizing open source allows them to both speed up software development and focus … continue reading

premium SD Times February 2021

The latest issue of SD Times is now available. The February issue features a look at why Rust is gaining so much popularity, the importance of UI testing, and more on the Open Testing Platform. … continue reading

Developers take a larger role in security

As companies shift their businesses to engage with customers online, developers are becoming a center point for innovation. So as these companies build out DevOps and DevSecOps practices, they’re assembling teams around the developer to ensure that as they’re building new features at a rapid pace, security and operations components move along with that. Yet … continue reading

BizOps requires engaged, enthusiastic teams

When organizations discuss digital transformation, they’ll often rank processes, tools and culture — in that order — as keys to success. Yet it’s the people part that’s the toughest to pull off. One of the newer industry initiatives underway now is the idea of BizOps, which has been defined by a coalition of software providers … continue reading

SD Times January 2021

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This issue features insights into why low-code will become more prevalent in 2021, a look at collaboration tools, and more about value stream management. … continue reading

Around the industry… predictions for 2021

Nichole Kelly, VP of growth, Windward Consulting Group IT leaders must focus on developing soft skills like compassion, empathy and emotional intelligence when managing teams in a remote infrastructure. Employees are dealing with a vast array of challenges related to the pandemic that require more flexibility and understanding from their leaders. Special considerations should be … continue reading

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