To understand why DevOps is a big deal in government, you must first understand its origins and the problem that DevOps solves.
The need for risk management in government has grown along with agencies’ digital footprints. As complexity increases, so does vulnerability.
As agencies modernize, end-to-end operational visibility is essential before, during and after the journey. GovLoop offers some best practices.
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To be successful in DevOps, agencies can do three things: create small teams for specific problems, get feedback from the customer and network small teams to solve more complex problems.
In their rush to realize IT modernization’s promises of more security, better service delivery and greater innovation, agencies find three main challenges — and a solution — to find the right foundation.
Connected roadway technologies are transforming the driving experience in cities across the globe in terms of safety and effiencency.
How do agencies thoughtfully and securely approach modernization without disrupting critical business? Understanding what you have is the first step.
DevOps not only helps agencies meet compliance demands, but also exceeds those requirements by empowering more innovative, timely and secure development of critical software.
To successfully move forward with IT optimization, your agency needs to focus on three areas: IT automation, infrastructure and storage.