As containers become commonplace for delivering and deploying applications, we’ve seen more of our customers taking a “lift-and-shift” approach to migrating their existing applications. In this session, Patrick Maddox, Sr. Director, Twistlock Solutions Architecture, will reveal how an environmental science and engineering consulting company moved its 14-year-old app that models storm surge to containers. The move to containers for this company — which has typical data collection, modeling, and other core line-of-business applications — delivered immediate benefits, including consistency, security and compliance.
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Patrick is the Director of Solutions Architecture at Twistlock. Prior to joining the Twistlock Team, Patrick spent the 4 years building the SA and PS practices at Puppet and wearing a number of different hats at Verizon.
How do you currently document and layout your business processes? A whiteboard? Sticky notes? A simple diagramming tool?
Have you considered a more sophisticated, dedicated process mapping tool? This can help improve the efficiency and accuracy of your processes, leading to better business results.
By moving to a dedicated process mapping software, business users can improve processes, implement version control, keep teams in sync and standardize an effective process mapping solution across the organization.
Join our guest Bob Spory, IBM Cloud Technical Specialist and a thought leader in the BPMN space, as he discusses ways you can solve common issues that often impact process mapping.
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Join our guest Bob Spory, IBM Cloud Technical Specialist, a thought leader in the BPMN space as he discusses best practices to solve version control and collaboration issues that often impact process mapping.
In this webinar, you’ll hear from Agile expert, author and thought-leader Al Shalloway, CEO of Net Objectives and Olga Ikhelis, Product Specialist at Targetprocess as they share how Agile methodology and enterprise-ready tools come together in the real world for true business agility. They will share insights on how to provide greater visibility and collaboration as you scale Agile across large organizations to deliver more customer value.
Agile frameworks and project management tools should not only be used to organize work, but also to help team leaders and program and portfolio managers make better decisions to prioritize the most important work.
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How your peers are already using a healthy combination of process and tools to steer work at the team, project, program and portfolio levels.
Why it is essential for your teams to have line of sight into the business value they are asked to create.
What functionality to look for in a tool that provides full visibility and measurement into the entire value stream.
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Microservices are changing the world of software. There is no disputing that.
Thanks to the microservice architecture model, applications can be developed and updated at a much higher velocity. They are also more nimble and scalable, and more robust and resilient against disruptions. They can be updated easily and quickly. They enable fully continuous delivery and allow DevOps teams to make the very most of their skills and resources.
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The growth of containers has led to a revolution in the way organizations develop and deploy applications. Containerization introduces new infrastructure that operates dynamically and is open in nature, with more potential for cross-container activity. With that, the goal of DevOps is to deploy changes as quickly as possible and with as little maintenance as possible. But the product must still meet stringent requirements for compliance, reporting, and threat mitigation, and the only way for security teams to verify this is through full visibility into the DevOps process.
This eBook is ideal for DevOps and DevSecOps teams, providing them with the ten key things DevOps should know about securing containerized applications.
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The strength of an Agile team is built on the interplay of team members roles as well. When starting a new project, or making the transition to Agile in the first place, defining those roles is a fundamental part of the process.
A successful Agile transition comes down to understanding the nuances and taking an inventory of the data points in four quadrants: Productivity, Predictability, Responsiveness and Quality. These areas of focus must be accounted for by all Agile transformation … continue reading.
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The NHS Practitioner Health Programme (PHP) needed an automated online patient booking system to deliver a fast, easy and confidential care service to doctors and trainees across England. In less than just 7 weeks, using OutSystems low-code development platform, they developed a new mobile app and a fully automated General Practitioner (GP) care system, which is now being rolled out to 85,000 health professionals countrywide.
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EMC needed to build a portal to help facilitate an open contribution model for its hundreds of engineering labs around the world. So, the enterprise software vendor turned to OutSystems for help. Using a low-code platform to build its portal might seem counterintuitive for one of the world’s foremost software companies. But the company knew that with the OutSystems platform it would get a better, more flexible product than it could build on its own, and in a fraction of the time. This case study describes how EMC used OutSystem to build TheHub, which serves more than 12,000 engineers, and the benefits of using low-code for a massive enterprise-grade project.
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