Topic: digital transformation

Digital.ai announces newest version of AI-Powered DevOps Platform

Today, the digital transformation company Digital.ai announced the Banff release of its AI-Powered DevOps Platform. This release brings users expanded intelligence, automation, and collaboration in order to help companies accelerate their digital transformation.  According to Digital.ai, with this latest version, public sector and enterprise organizations can speed up delivery while still managing risks and focusing … continue reading

Do you use what you sell?

Digital transformation can profoundly change not just a company’s technology, but its processes, culture, and people, too. As B2B solution providers, we should have deep insight into how our work affects the customer organizations we serve—and that insight starts in our own operations. What would you think of a marketing agency that didn’t understand its … continue reading

Digital Transformation Success Demands Digital Assurance: A Manifesto

Digital transformation continues to change the way organizations operate. With an ever-increasing reliance on data, connectivity, and innovative technologies, digital trust remains at the forefront of the global economy. A secure, trusted digital environment correlates with higher levels of digital maturity, as shown in a recent HBR study. Having confidence in data enables business leaders … continue reading

Transferring workload automation is one of the most difficult parts of cloud migration

Enterprises need workload automation to connect all of the business processes of an organization together, but tool overlap has resulted in a complicated web that is difficult to break free from when trying to migrate.   While workload automation is one of the older categories within automation, the space is now evolving towards more consolidation as … continue reading

Optimize data transfer and integrate file transfer in your automation workflows

Workload automation is a critical piece of digital transformation. It can enable practitioners to schedule and execute business process workflows, optimize data transfer and processing and cut down on errors and delays in execution of the business processes themselves.  Businesses currently have three main approaches to modernization and digital transformation. One is that they are … continue reading

Remember ‘people over processes’

Here we are, late January, with a “bomb cyclone” weather pattern about to drop a foot or more of snow on us here in New York. What better time to hunker down and reflect on the last year and to determine what is really important in the year ahead? Many – if not most – … continue reading

Digital architects rose to the challenge – So must databases

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated some digital aspirations and projects, and slammed the brakes on others. A recent Couchbase report reveals that roughly a third of companies interviewed are delaying legacy database upgrades because of the pandemic. A slightly larger group, some 34%, say it has had the opposite effect. Architects bear much of the … continue reading

3 common process automation mistakes (and how to fix them)

Like their cloud-native counterparts, many large or longstanding enterprises aspire to automate as much of their operations as possible. As a result, many of them get overly ambitious with their process automation goals, and attempt to roll out sweeping, company-wide digital transformation initiatives. While ambition is a good thing, many of these initiatives take years … continue reading

How transformation works in practice

Transformations take time. People think you can bring in a tech transformation coach, change everybody’s job title, and get them on a quick “sheep dip” of a certified scrum team member. But in organizations, transformation happens incrementally. The good news is that the benefits of transformation can start to be delivered straight away. The goal … continue reading

The bumpy road of moving applications to the cloud

Everywhere you look, companies are involved in some sort of digital transformation. For some, it means moving their entire business to the cloud which may include building or purchasing software for payroll, ordering, fulfillment and many other activities. For larger firms, entrenched with legacy applications, it means migrating or rewriting hundreds or perhaps thousands of … continue reading

Take a data-first approach to modernization

Modernization is important in order for companies to keep up with evolving industry conditions, but some businesses may be modernizing at a faster pace than their software can keep up with.  In an SD Times Live! talk with CodeLogic, Eric Minick, DevOps evangelist at CodeLogic, and Brandon Tylke, chief software architect at CodeLogic, explained why … continue reading

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SD Times news digest: PyTorch 1.9 now available, BrowserStack closes $200 million Series B funding round, Uno Platform 3.8 now available

PyTorch 1.9 was released with major improvements to support scientific computing including torch.linalg, torch.special and Complex Autograd. The Complex Autograd feature improves testing for complex operators by adding more OpInfos and adding a greater validation through a TorchAudio migration to native complex tensors.  The new version also includes major improvements to on-device binary size with … continue reading

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