There are stacks of evidence extolling the virtues of DevOps and an almost equal amount of studies indicating how difficult DevOps is to harness successfully in large organizations. Why is DevOps transformation so hard and how can training help?
What is DataOps? The DataOps Manifesto emphasizes feedback, collaboration, experimentation, and cross-functional ownership. It's about overcoming data silos and creating better products, systems, and services. Explore more around DataOps and how to apply the principles of DevOps to Data.
Coined the Pink Pandemic, COVID-19 has disproportionately affected women across all facets of their lives, both personal and professional. We’ve all seen "pandemic lifestyle" social media posts. But, for every woman at home with the kids baking cookies, there are multitudes wondering how to stretch lunch into dinner. And let me be clear: there’s nothing wrong with deciding to stay home for your family, For some women, it’s the right choice.
During a worldwide pandemic, digital transformation has leapt ahead, and businesses have been forced to keep pace. Most companies were about 10-15 years behind where they needed to be digitally when the pandemic struck, and they’ve rapidly closed that gap in the year since. Certainly, embracing new technology is key to success in the digital age. But it's important to view technology as just a means to an end, albeit a necessary one.
How do Agile and DevOps interrelate? Agile and DevOps don’t compete. They are highly complementary methodologies when it comes to developing software releases of better quality and with greater speed. The benefits of Agile DevOps combine most notably when managing large-scale enterprise projects.
Whether you’re in HR, a learning professional, or a compliance officer, chances are you will, at some point, work on providing anti-harassment training for your company’s employees.
Gone are the days where the security team can hold all the relevant knowledge for an IT organization and personally enact all the security checks on software code or infrastructure hosting applications. There are too many new applications and features being deployed, too much infrastructure spun up and down daily. Everyone needs to chip in.
Tech leaders are discovering just about every process in the software life cycle can be improved with automation. Ruthlessly effective automation takes this belief to another level.