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Useful Software Tool DevOps: A Useful Software Tool or an Overrated Fad?

While DevOps provides organizations with an opportunity to transform and make their IT services more efficient, it remains to be seen how far DevOps will be successful in empowering digital transformation. Getting the right balance in development and operations will be critical in this process.

Renjitha Balkrishan's picture Renjitha Balkrishan
Automation of Branching Automation of Branching, Merging, and Notifications in Parallel Development

Developers are distracted from coding by the need to interact with version control systems. Automation of branching, merging, and notifications allows developers to focus on coding. However, integration between the VCS and issue-tracking system, and preferably a continuous integration tool, is necessary to accomplish this goal.

Sujit Kumar's picture Sujit Kumar
Gateway to Quality A Gateway to Quality Builds and Keeping the Release Branch Green

Eitan Schichmanter’s team evolved its development process from a focus on build management to a more robust DevOps transformation, and they designed a custom gated check-in system to help. He shares how they tackled challenges and created an internal solution to address an important technical requirement.

Eitan Schichmanter's picture Eitan Schichmanter
Continuous Improvement Culture The Five Paradoxes of Creating a Continuous Improvement Culture

The ability to stay competitive by adjusting, adopting, and continuously improving is essential to survive in the business world of today. But there are a few common challenges where your intuitive responses actually prevent you from succeeding. Keep these five paradoxes in mind during your DevOps continuous improvement journey.

Joakim Ahlstrom's picture Joakim Ahlstrom
Real-Time Test Analysis Why Continuous Delivery Is Nothing without Real-Time Test Analysis

Pushing frequent releases of high-quality software to customers is beneficial for everyone. But setting up a continuous delivery pipeline is about more than speed. How do you ensure that things don’t start breaking all over the place? Viktor Clerc shares some real-world methods of accurately measuring quality and building it into the pipeline.

Viktor Clerc's picture Viktor Clerc
Start Here with DevOps Curious about DevOps? Start Here!

Seems like everyone is talking about DevOps these days. But what is DevOps, and where can you go to learn more about how it affects you and your organization? Join us at DevOps Conference West to find out how to implement DevOps from some of the industry pros who have been part of the movement from its inception.

TechWell Contributor's picture TechWell Contributor
Automation Opportunities Automation Opportunities in Agile Release Management

In modern software development, changes to the code base of a project occur quickly as a result of high levels of end-user feedback and shifting needs. Agile has become an increasingly important software development lifecycle management methodology, and using automation to manage a code repository allows continuous integration to take center stage without imposing costs due to human error.

Sujit Kumar's picture Sujit Kumar
DevOps Maturity Model Defining What’s Really Important in a DevOps Maturity Model

There is a lot more to DevOps than just single push-button deploys. While a DevOps maturity model can help measure where you are now and indicate where you need to get to as part of the DevOps transformation, it can be more useful to focus on the capabilities you need to measure: timely deployment and secure, reliable systems.

Bob Aiello's picture Bob Aiello
Communication and Culture Communication and Culture

Communication styles vary significantly from one person to another, due to personal tendencies and cultural influences. Keeping this in mind is especially important these days, with so much global connectivity. The DevOps transformation compels us to revisit the way we manage communication and culture and be mindful of our interactions with coworkers.

Leslie  Sachs's picture Leslie Sachs
Automate Your Testing When Should You Automate Your Testing?

Although it sounds counterintuitive, manual testing still plays a large role in automation. In truth, manual testing will never go away. While automation is all the rage, there are instances when manual testing is preferable over automation. Knowing when to employ one tactic over the other can be helpful in reaching your goals.

Mush Honda's picture Mush Honda

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