There are a few perceived challenges that agencies face related to DevOps, most notably around culture, but with the right approaches and leadership buy-in, these challenges can be overcome.
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Adam Clater, Chief Architect for Public Sector at Red Hat, stressed that taking advantage of the cloud must extend beyond the basics in government.
It’s clear that government can’t wait any longer before moving IT to a DevOps approach.
Onions have multiple layers and can make people cry. IT modernization is similar as it unfolds in stages and can cause tears if handled recklessly.
State and local governments can now accelerate their innovation and learning by aligning their cybersecurity approaches more closely with their federal counterparts.
Automation tools make it easier for cybersecurity professionals to enforce security best practices and meet internal and external security mandates.
Agencies need the ability to provision cloud services quickly and manage those services with transparency and ease across multiple clouds.
The prospect of modernizing a large portfolio of traditional government applications to run in the cloud is daunting. Where to start?
Imagine this scenario: all of your apps and data reside in the same easy to use system instead of your current siloed systems. No, that isn’t a fantasy. A new way of doing business is emerging in the public sector and it’s called a container ecosystem.
How can your agency’s team improve its software and processes by focusing first on culture and people? Moving to a culture of open source.