Topic: software delivery

CloudBees brings governance and control to software delivery

While DevOps has enabled teams to achieve high velocity, speed is not going to help if teams don’t have a handle on their operations and process. CloudBees today announced the CloudBees Suite for end-to-end insights into software delivery at DevOps World | Jenkins World in San Francisco. According to CloudBees’ CEO Sacha Labourey, the suite … continue reading

The sodo framework wants DevOps teams to ‘Ship on Day One’

Two industry veterans have teamed up to create the sodo framework, a new step-by-step framework created to help development teams “Ship On Day One.” Sodo was designed based on the idea that high-performance engineering should be simple for all companies. It builds on Agile and DevOps principles to deliver steps and strategies for modernizing software delivery … continue reading

Architecting for the value stream

More features, faster time to market, fewer defects.  These are what organizations strive for. But an overly narrow continuous integration and continuous delivery focus on DevOps is insufficient to achieve these goals. Instead, we should be taking a whole-system point of view that considers factors beyond development and operations — including people, teams, processes and … continue reading

Scrum.org reveals new updates to the Nexus Guide

Scrum.org is announcing new updates to the Nexus Guide, the body of knowledge for using its Nexus framework to scale Scrum. The new updates focus on adding clarification as well as asserting the importance of transparency at scale. Scrum.org is designed to improve the profession of software delivery through training, certification assessments and community as … continue reading

AWS Greengrass, Fugue support for AWS GovCloud, and Shippable Server — SD Times news digest: June 8, 2017

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is making AWS Greengrass — a software which allows customers to run AWS compute, messaging, data caching, and sync capabilities on connected devices — available to all its customers. According to an AWS statement, AWS Greengrass “eliminates the complexity involved in programming and updating IoT devices by allowing customers to use … continue reading

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Report: DevOps and cloud work better together

Over the past couple of years, businesses have been turning to methodologies like DevOps and cloud development to drive agility. However, a newly released study from CA Technologies reveals if companies really want to boost their software delivery performance, they should combine DevOps with cloud-based tools and delivery mechanisms. “Today, being built to succeed means … continue reading

New IBM technology aims to detect cancer, Kaspersky Lab bug bounty program, and Jama Software launches partner alliance program—SD Times news digest: Aug. 2, 2016

IBM this week announced that its scientists have developed a new lab-on-a-chip technology that can separate biological particles at the nano scale to help physicians detect things like cancer. IBM said its team can separate bioparticles down to 20 nanometers in diameter, which is the scale of things like DNA and viruses. These particles can … continue reading

Guest View: Continuous Delivery: Scaling from 2,000 to 40,000 developers worldwide

What does scalability mean in your software organization? Scalability is a word that is used quite often in the IT world, but it means something different to every software development company. The definition is straightforward: Scalability is the ability of a system, network or process to handle a growing amount of work in a capable … continue reading

Red Hat’s Atomic command turns Docker images into software-delivery mechanisms

Red Hat is looking to improve upon Docker’s software-delivery mechanism with the Atomic command feature of its Atomic Host operating system for Linux containers. Last month, Red Hat released Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (RHEL7) Atomic Host, a version of the enterprise operating system expressly designed to run containers. The “Atomic command” feature defines entry … continue reading

Velocity NYC: Myths of enterprise control

Amid the many Web operations and performance presentations at the New York Velocity Conference, one keynote tackled the role of DevOps and developers in driving enterprise innovation. Justin Arbuckle, chief enterprise architect for IT infrastructure automation provider Chef, gave a keynote on “Myths of Control,” gleaned from his two decades of experience in large financial … continue reading

Analyst Watch: Digital experience delivery requires a strategic transformation

Companies today face a fatal disconnect: Customer experience is a strategic imperative for many, but few have a strategic technology vision that helps them deliver on that promise. In contrast, firms known for delivering differentiated experiences are able to design, launch and deliver them largely because their strategic and technology strategies are aligned. Organizations that … continue reading

How low-code development seeks to accelerate software delivery

The operative word in software development is “speed.” Enterprises and application development teams are looking to adopt any techniques that’ll expedite software development and delivery. For customer-facing applications in particular, a growing trend to meet this demand is the rising popularity of “low-code” development platforms. Low-code application development platforms are designed to enable rapid creation, … continue reading

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