In our recent Mainframe Virtual User Group (VUG) meeting, guest speaker, Read More
Recently, I was talking to a financial services company during one of Serena’s DevOps Drive-In webcasts. It was a wonderful story of the evolution of a release process over time and the benefits that were realized.
The company went from having multiple teams that did release management in a slightly different way and communicating via email, to communicatingRead More
DevOps is something that is talked about frequently but what does it really mean? How would you react to the folowing statements and questions?
What if I said all of the above were at least partially true?
Now that you areRead More
2013 has been an exciting year in the evolution of the DevOps movement, and at Serena we predict even more exciting developments in 2014. Based on information collected from conferences across the globe and from our customers, we put forward three DevOps predictions for 2014:
Prediction 1: IT organizations realize that DevOps is more than just automating deployments.
At DevOps conferences worldwide there has been a strong emphasis on addressing culture, as well as automation, in order to be successful.Read More
Earlier in December, Kurt Bittner, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, Inc., participated in the December DevOps Drive-In webcast, “12 Ways of DevOps.” A couple of the “12 ways” were thought-provoking for me. When people talk about DevOps and Continuous Delivery, it is frequently in the context of applications that are hosted in the cloud and are relatively easy to iterate quickly.
I findRead More