Forrester has called 2018 to be the year of Enterprise DevOps. Accelerated delivery of application and services will be high on the enterprise agenda, and enterprises across sectors will be looking at leveraging DevOps with more confidence and vigor to enable greater business agility and speed.
It’s important for business leaders to stay on top of the best practices, tools and considerations in the space to stay ahead of their game with the best Devops strategies, and as we look ahead at what 2018 has in store, we bring out a list of the best DevOps stories that we published this year.
Taming the Cultural Transformation Beast in DevOps Adoption
In an article for CIOReview, Amit Gupta, Ness’ associate vice president of delivery, discusses how embedding DevOps into a company’s culture is critical to a successful adoption and execution, given that cultural transformation lies in the heart of an organization’s DevOps evolution.
In a Q&A with ITProPortal, Amit Gupta, leader of Ness Digital Engineering’s DevOps practice, discusses the adoption of DevOps within organizations, as well as the benefits and challenges DevOps presents to companies and the best means to adopt DevOps. Read more https://ness.com/devops-challenges-considerations/
Devops: Why getting the culture right is key to success
In a Q&A with ZDNet, Moshe Kranc, chief technology officer of Ness Digital Engineering, explains the current state of DevOps, and why breaking down the barriers between technology and business is the key to making DevOps work for organizations. “You have to do a lot of groundwork in your organisation to implement DevOps.
Spurring the DevOps Adoption
In an article for DevOps.com, Amit Gupta, leader of Ness Digital Engineering’s DevOps practice, describes the fundamental principles and four practical steps an organization should consider before beginning the DevOps adoption journey.
DevOps Lessons Learned: Advice for IT Leaders
In an article from the Enterprisers Project, Amit Gupta, leader of Ness Digital Engineering’s DevOps practice, provides insights about five key components to account for when establishing DevOps while stressing the importance of peeling back each layer before deploying new tools and technologies.