The application economy – where everything is delivered as a service to drive professional and personal behavior – has overtaken the private sector. Now, government is getting into the service game.
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In addition to the basic benefits of collaboration, there are a ton of other reasons to use the DevOps process.
This interview with Mike Dye, Solutions Infrastructure Architect and Chief Technology Officer at NetApp, is an excerpt from our recent “Guide to DevOps in Government“. The full guide is available for download at this link. There are a multitude of benefits to using DevOps: stronger collaboration and teamwork, better transparency, increased productivity, and, best ofRead… Read more »
This post is an excerpt from our recent “Guide to DevOps in Government“. The full guide is available for download at this link. Once you understand the value of DevOps, how do you get started? Especially if your teams work in strict silos, without tools to foster collaboration, you might be overwhelmed at the prospect ofRead… Read more »
If your organization is used to managing projects in a linear, siloed process, the idea of implementing the collaborative, iterative DevOps approach can seem daunting. While there are significant benefits to the methodology, it does require significant changes across an organization. How do you manage those changes to achieve DevOps success?