Posts Tagged Cloud
IBM InterConnect starts on Monday (Sunday for many tracks). I am already in Vegas for internal meetings/enablement and a looking forward for the show to start. I have a packed agenda with sessions everyday. The rest of the time will all be spent meeting you – our customers. If you are there at InterConnect, hit […]
I had the opportunity to present yesterday (Nov 5th) at the DevOps Summit by Sys-Con in Santa Clara, CA. Here are my slides. The world is Hybrid. Organizations adopting DevOps are building Delivery Pipelines leveraging environments that are complex – spread across hybrid cloud and physical environments. Adopting DevOps hence required Application Delivery Automation that […]
In a recent post I posted on DevOps.com, I suggested the term DevOps as a Service (DaaS). Personally I am not a fan of the term. Mainly because DevOps is not a ‘Service’. It is an approach to achieve business objectives by adopting a set of capabilities, namely: Continuous Business Planning Collaborative Development Continuous Integration […]
Last week I delivered a webinar titled: Continuous Delivery for cloud – scenarios for IaaS, PaaS and SaaS. The webinar was recorded and will be posted online soon (I will post the link here). The slides are available now.
I had the opportunity last week to participate in a Google Hangout Video Chat with some of the leading industry experts in the field of DevOps and PaaS. Accompanying me were: Moderator: James Governor (@monkchips), Redmonk Analyst and Moderator Brian Massey (@brym13), IBM, Senior Product Manager, PureSystems Mark Willemse, ING, Executive IT Teamleader Customer Intelligence […]
I had the opportunity recently to attend a DevOps talk by Jeff Horowitz of Monetate. He was followed that night by a John Allspaw from Etsy. I will write about that talk in a later post. I found Jeff’s talk very interesting. His talk was titled ‘DevOps in a Cloud of Failure’. The essence of his […]
DevOps, like any new technology or tech related movement that comes to the industry, has become a buzzword. Everyone talks about it, not everyone knows what it is all about and worst of all, many of those who claim to do it are doing a terrible job. There are some excellent examples of companies who […]