Agile is so pervasive these days, it often seems like it has been around forever. Few may remember that the Agile Manifesto was only released in 2001. Since then, the Agile revolution has been successful in shifting the balance of power and ownership from management to developers.
DevOps is no longer just an idea. Many organizations adopt DevOps, both in small and large scale, reaping enormous operational and strategic benefits. In this post, I am listing down 4 tangible benefits your organization can obtain by adopting DevOps. Read on.
We all like shiny new things. There’s nothing quite like consuming and considering innovations that hit the market. But something that’s even more exciting than playing with new toys is finding out how all these new introductions can not only help power your business alone, but how multiple separate introductions can combine to create an even better outcome for your company. And that brings us to the exciting marriage of Cloud, Agile and DevOps.
Scrum is an excellent framework to run software projects. It is simple, structured and non-ambiguous to use. But some organizations, especially new adaptors, struggle with localized improvements without far-reaching benefits. Is yours one of them? Then read on.
Agile is a term that is generally loved by executives but hated by developers. If done right, agile can make everyone’s life a lot easier. But in many organizations, it is done wrong and eventually leads to frustration.
For an agile culture to breed and evolve, the team needs a conducive workspace to practice agile values. That’s precisely why many organizations are embracing a workspace transformation that aligns with their future.