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What does it take, exactly, to do DevOps well?
This new white paper from CollabNet, Achieving the Benefits of DevOps on an Enterprise Scale, provides essential information you can use to help make your DevOps initiative more effective. It outlines the:
- Primary benefits to be gained implementing DevOps
- Key elements of effective DevOps (including guiding principles, essential strategies and emerging best practices)
- Prerequisites for DevOps: (cultural, organizational, process, and systems)
TeamForge fosters a flexible, collaborative approach to software development and delivery – providing enterprises with choice over practices and tools, while transforming software delivery into a process that is transparent, predictable, repeatable and cost-effective. Enterprises using TeamForge have achieved 50% improvements in delivery times and reduced costs by 80%, while meeting stringent process compliance mandates.
Embedded systems software development is becoming more complex, while at the same time becoming more critical than ever. It involves aligning multiple engineering disciplines that are often distributed, and using different tools and processes. This paper explores the challenges organizations face in embedded software development and how they are using modern development methodologies to increase competitiveness and make software a key differentiator.
In their first year with CloudForge, Sunday Media saved up to 98% on costs due to contracted technician wages, hardware costs, lost developer hours, and missed revenue opportunities.
Zuora’s international 25-developer organization needed 24-hour multi-site access to their source code. In their first year with CloudForge, Zuora saved thousands of developer days and over $20K in direct costs.
This paper highlights the latest findings from EMA Research (Enterprise Management Associates), on DevOps. It examines the lifecycle approach to DevOps which helps organizations break down functional silos and accelerate software delivery.
Each week, DevFactory serves up to 300 client projects simultaneously – which requires managing changes made by more than 500 developers in dozens of partner companies working around the world.