DevOps gets a jumpstart in 2018 with predictions of an early mainstream adoption and implementation. Analysts, IT leaders, and DevOps experts declared 2017 as 'the year of DevOps' and have predicted some major trends for DevOps in 2018. After digging deep and picking the brains of a few DevOps experts, we believe that DevOps will slowly enter the turf of mainstream adoption but it comes with barriers that may continue to exist through 2020. We can only be prepared for what's coming!
“The key to following the continuous delivery path is to continually question your own assumptions about what’s possible.” — Jeff Sussna
The benefits of DevOps are clear — high-performance, faster deployment, and quicker response to crisis. Businesses today are either getting started with DevOps or have it in pockets but find it difficult to scale up to an enterprise-wide implementation.
Twelve months can make a whole lot of difference! This year there was a momentum that strengthened our commitment to help businesses grow. As we wrap up and move forward to more adventures, we look back and reflect upon things that we love to do — making those who believed in us look brilliant.
In addition to continuous transformation, continuous learning, continuous delivery, continuous integration, and more, this year we focused on being a complete DevOps expert!
DevOps matters now more than ever! As the interest in DevOps and IT Ops continues on the upswing, businesses are finding ways to automate, streamline, and accelerate software development and delivery processes. Building software products and offering services that satisfy customer needs requires constant interaction with industry leaders who have exhibited high performance.
We made it easy for you and comprised a list of 16 interesting events and conferences in 2018, so you can plan ahead and create a convenient and value-packed schedule for your business.
Ring in 2018 with brand new perspective. Whether you are getting started with your DevOps initiatives or are midway along the journey, you'll need context to everything that you are experimenting. Investing in comprehensive reading material written by DevOps gurus will yield long-term results.
Integration solutions are essential to most enterprises because different teams use different tools. A good integration solution is crucial to the rapid, high-quality development that modern companies demand. Security is an essential element in the integration process where thousands of applications are communicating with each other. Every day new threats and vulnerabilities are created, and you'll find yourself racing against the clock to patch them.
What if your integration tool injects security vulnerabilities? What if your integration tool creates minor changes that make your applications less secure? What if your integration tool has security vulnerabilities of its own?
DevOps is rapidly moving beyond development and operations into other IT groups – including Security, QA, and Testing – that contribute to the software development lifecycle. Despite its popularity, people in the field have only a vague idea about what DevOps is and what it can do for them.
It’s official. ConnectALL® is now a registered trademark. Since its inception five years ago, our family of customers has grown substantially. Hundreds of enterprises like yours, across industries, have benefited from the ConnectALL Integration Platform.
DevOps requires a cultural shift in organizations that adopt it. Failing to successfully make the transition from waterfall, agile, lean, or other project management and general management philosophies can destroy a company. But the situation is not all doom and gloom.
The DevOps Enterprise Summit 2017 (November 13-15, 2017 at the Hilton Union Square in San Francisco) is described by the organizers as 'a conference for the leaders of large, complex organizations implementing DevOps principles and practices. The event programming emphasizes both evolving technical and architectural practices and the methods needed to lead widespread change efforts in large organizations.'
It's not too early to make your plans to attend Atlassian Summit 2017, in San Jose, California. Training, certification exams, hands on demonstrations, an expo hall filled with vendors, and two days of presentations make the Atlassian Summit 2017 one of the most valuable events you may attend this year. The Summit runs from September 11 through September 15, 2017.