Category: DevOps

Leading DevOps – Inspiring and Influencing Enterprise Agility

Introduction Every enterprise today is under tremendous pressure to respond to changing business conditions more quickly. The common term for this responsiveness is agility, and this agility requires building flexible infrastructure and advanced processes to help bring innovative modern applications to the customers more quickly. As the long awaited shift to more sophisticated infrastructure and processes requires significant changes at...

Extend Agility Beyond the Team with Lean Thinking and the Portfolio Kanban

Introduction The Agile Method is an approach to project management that is designed to help development teams effectively that characterize the creation of new software applications. Continuous Software Engineering and DevOps studies are also the examples of how the software development domain is approaching aspects of agility beyond software development teams. A SAFe portfolio is a single instance of the Framework...

The Development Team in Scrum – Just Developers or a Real Team?

Introduction The Development Team forms an integral part of a Scrum team. Scrum recognizes that small teams are good and essential for self-organization to be effective. It acknowledges if a team is too small it may struggle to be cross-functional. It makes a recommendation towards teams between 3 and 9 being the optimum. At the Sprint Review, a “Done” increment is...

Benefits of Having a PMI Membership

Introduction A PMI membership signals that you are serious about your project management career. PMI’s goal is to advance the practice, science and profession of project management in a proactive manner. So that organizations everywhere will embrace, value and utilize project management and then attribute their successes.PMI membership shows your dedication to your project management career and your professional development....

12 DevOps Skills That A DevOps Engineer Should Master

Introduction There is no definite definition for a DevOps engineer. DevOps engineer is anyone who works in DevOps culture. Well, the main objective of a DevOps engineer is to oversee the code releases. For that, he will work with software developers, testers, system operators, etc. to be successful DevOps engineer. DevOps also emphasizes the key aspect of automating any uninteresting...

Three Leadership “Musts” for DevOps

Introduction DevOps has become more than a trend—it’s a survival imperative for the enterprise. In today’s digital economy, software innovation drives business innovation.  The faster developers can deliver on the next sign of software innovation, the faster the business can deliver customer value, bring new revenue brook online, and respond to market events. DevOps practices over the enterprise can deliver...

7 Ways to Get Started with DevOps Today

Introduction Transitioning to a DevOps approach can be a confusing and formidable prospect. Looking at organizations that practice DevOps, we may see a completely foreign country with a different organizational structure, practices, and a formation of new DevOps tools for us to learn. It’s easy to forget that those companies took a long time to get where they are and...

The 3 Best Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Resources for Beginners

Introduction Scaled Agile Framework, also known as SAFe, is an enterprise-scale development framework. It uses a combination of existing lean and agile principles and combines them into a framework for large-scale projects. SAFe is designed not so much as a single methodology, but as a broad knowledge base of proven best practices that real teams have used to deliver successful...

How to Become a DevOps Engineer

INTRODUCTION Although DevOps is one of the fastest growing careers in information technology today, there is savage competition for the steadily growing number of positions in the field. DevOps is a complicated philosophy, but can be understood as a focus to automate a company’s information technology infrastructure while managing and deploying new system frameworks. To put it broadly, to become...

Train to Become A Blockchain Developer

What is Bitcoin? According to the whitepaper, Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer electronic cash system which allows in online payments transaction to be sent directly between one party to another without going through a financial institution. In year 2008 financial crisis caused a lot of member to lose trust in banking systems as trusted third parties. Bitcoin made a digital transaction...