This story, sponsored by CollabNet, outlines why leading organizations have moved measurement and reporting to the forefront of their engineering and release processes. It provides an overview about best practices for reporting infrastructure choices, as exemplified by CollabNet TeamForge.
Agile practices add value by helping teams detect problems early and avoid repeating them; these practices also help teams get feedback early and often. To extend the feedback loop into deployment, teams are taking a DevOps approach by including the needs of operations teams into the process early.
Just last year some developers were doing software quality assurance testing on 400 Android devices for each app they created, but this year it’s down to a quarter of that. The streamlining is mostly due to Samsung’s hardware cornering the market, but Android's software platform has also improved.
With the popularity of DevOps continuing to grow in the software industry, we’re seeing more and more news in the tech media about companies adopting the methodology. This week adds to that trend with some big corporate acquisitions.
It seems like only yesterday we were poring over the 2013 State of Agile report, and now it's time for DevOps turn in the sun. We take a close look at why DevOps has become the next big thing and speculate on why it's being adopted at some of the hottest companies.
Do you pine for the ultrafast Internet service that fiber-to-the-X promises? Instead of DSL service or cable connections, imagine not only your development efforts but online music, movies, and games streaming more than one hundred times faster than the speed of broadband. It's in the Gig City.
Families struggling to reach a manageable work/life balance are often looking anywhere for help, but few look toward their employers for guidance when the answer may have been there for decades. We all knew agile benefited more than just software teams, but how many have applied it in our homes?
Automation is a critical component of eliminating waste. A large part of the DevOps movement is centered on automating the infrastructure tasks that take away from delivering value. In addition to the obvious cost savings of automation, it can also breed innovation.
Coauthor of "The DevOps Cookbook," Gene Kim shares how the practice of DevOps increases stability and productivity between departments and creates a "super tribe" that takes businesses to new levels. Gene recently sat down with HP to discuss the new book and to shed more light on this concept.
This story describes the common challenges and pitfalls associated with Git deployment in the enterprise. Learn how CollabNet TeamForge with Git and Gerrit has allowed customers to successfully overcome those challenges, and provide a pathway for Git at scale within and across enterprise boundaries.