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.
Posts Tagged: Open source
Given the advance of cyberattacks and security issues throughout government today, this focus on security needs to continue – and it makes it more important than ever that security teams are incorporated into the DevOps culture that is developing. This leads to DevSecOps – meaning thinking about application and infrastructure security from the start.
Red Hat president and CEO Jim Whitehurst writes that being an open leader means creating the context others need to do their best work.
When making decisions about how to embrace openness, every organization or team will find itself guided by its individual goals, mission, culture, and industry regulations.
Looking for better ways to analyze data? Do you want to see how other offices are simplifying computational tasks? Then come out to the Government Advances in Statistical Programming (GASP!) workshop. This is a one-day workshop with a wide range of speakers who will present their work using open-source software for either analysis or dataRead… Read more »
Artificial intelligence (AI) often works by magic. While seemingly nobody knows how it operates, people are amazed and inspired by the successes that AI has achieved.
Open source technology and developments allow governments of all sizes to launch applications that can immediately provide business returns, communicate with one another and find tailored, innovative solutions.
Modern technology can make these aims attainable when the right solution is found, bridging the gap between government and a segmented population.
Using open source software is not as scary as you think. You may have heard rumors that it is insecure or hard to maintain. When managed correctly, the rumors are far from the truth.
Agencies need the ability to provision cloud services quickly and manage those services with transparency and ease across multiple clouds.