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Maximizing the ROI of your Agile transformations

Agile is hard. After over 20 years, organizations are still failing to realize the full benefits of Agile transformations at scale. They’ve seen the impact of Agile at the team level, being able to improve productivity, decrease risks and costs, and increase revenue, but they are failing to maximize those benefits across the enterprise. “As your organization starts to grow, you’re trying to accomplish so much more. So how do you...

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Agile fuels value stream management

Software teams unknowingly paved the way to modern business by operationalizing Agile practices. Since the dawn of the millennium, they’ve been working cross functionally to release better quality software faster. In the meantime, C-suite executives have been warned that their organizations need to become agile just to survive in today’s era of digital disruption.  More recently, businesses have been executing digital...

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With OSS, know when you’re vulnerable

Instead of building all software “from scratch” today, developers use open source to their advantage when needing to provide common or repetitive elements. Doing so primarily limits the use of the homegrown code they develop for proprietary features and functionality, while also being the adhesive that binds everything together. Consequently, developers spend much of their time on key differentiators, rather than recreating common...

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Testing in a complex digital world

About a decade ago, application testing was fairly straightforward, albeit a manual effort and somewhat of a drag on delivery. Tests cases were written, functional and UI tests were done, regression, pen and load testing would happen, and the application was deemed ‘good to go.’ Today’s digital world of APIs, open-source components, mobile devices, IoT endpoints, DevOps pipelines and containers — not to mention the squeezed...

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Breaking silos in Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery

Last year’s Gartner’s DevOps Hype Cycle states that DevOps Toolchain Orchestration is moving from the peak of inflated expectations to the trough of disillusionment. This means the market is moving at a fast pace towards actual productivity and scalability. We understand that we need to build a comprehensive strategy to address DevOps at scale, where continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) is core to...