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What Is Bimodal IT? | @DevOpsSummit #Agile #DevOps #DigitalTransformation

What Is Bimodal IT? By Courtney Glymph Gartner's concept of Bimodal IT argues that for successful digital transformation, IT needs to split into two parts: mode 1 for maintaining and modernizing traditional back-end IT services and mode 2 for agility in building front-end, digital apps. This allows IT to respond to the digital divide emerging in their organizations by operating in two coherent but deeply different modes. With DevOps changing the way digital apps are built, traditional "waterfall" methodologies look clunky and outdated. However, rather than making old-school, st... (more)

Happiness of #DevOps Transformation | @DevOpsSummit #APM #ML #SDN

Three Reasons Why DevOps Transformation Produces Happiness By Charlie Coffey "It is not necessary to change. Survival is not mandatory." - W. Edwards Deming. How often do we see this quote used in DevOps blogs without a hint of irony? It's as if we need to instantly complete generations of evolution to stave off extinction, like trying to grow an extra lung overnight. DevOps or Die!!! So this is it - the dreaded DevOps transformation looms large. The department will be ‘shaken up', practices will be ‘turned on their head', and staff will be ‘taken out of their comfort zone'. It's... (more)

DevOps Transformation | @DevOpsSummit #DevOps #APM #Microservcies

DevOps Transformation in Six Simple Steps By Michael Schmidt DevOps is a far cry from the days of traditional software development. It is an amalgamated culture of attitudes, best practices and tools; a journey towards the Holy Grail of Continuous Delivery in which actions speak louder than words. To understand DevOps you have to live its values. Lip service will not suffice. This requires an often wholesale organizational change for IT departments that are often stuck in their ways. A certain amount of trust must be given to those chosen to lead the revolution, but the business ... (more)