The Need for Speed, and Education, in a Container World

We discuss the increased adoption of DevOps and containers across the enterprise. Many large organizations, especially those in the Financial Services industry, have already surpassed the experimentation and POC development phase and are now moving towards production environments with the technology. We look at how companies are helping their employees cross the learning chasm with […]

Go Big on DevOps: Transforming the Enterprise Beyond Automation

One of the biggest value propositions of the cloud is agility. Enterprises are leveraging the public cloud to accelerate delivery of new services and features at speeds not seen before. But in order to achieve agility, enterprises need to do more than just learn how to leverage cloud services. They also need to assess their […]

The Four Stages of DevOps Maturity

I attended my first DevOps Enterprise Summit (DOES17) in San Francisco this week and watched speakers from large enterprises like Capital One, Disney, Nike, CSG, and more share the lessons learned from their multiyear DevOps transformations. Most of these companies have been working on their transformations from three to five or more years, and have […]

Taming Azure with Cloud Agnostic DevOps Tools

Cloud DevOps tools and ecosystems have matured. We are at a tipping point, as we can now deploy multi-regional data centers with production-ready applications in a matter of hours. CTP has implemented such transformations in AWS, and we’ve adopted the same strategy to deploy on Azure in a more cloud agnostic way. In order to […]

Linking DevOps to Microservices

We discuss the links and channels between microservices and DevOps. What happens to architecture in a Scrum world? Many think you need to just start with Scrum and fix problems as they come. This is a primarily dev perspective, and formal architects will need to have a say early in the process to set projects up […]