This post was written by Jovile Bartkeviciute. Huawei, the telecommunications equipment giant is slowly but surely shifting the focus from carrier business to the cloud computing market. Since 2010, Huawei heavily invested in product innovation and big data and do not plan to stop.
This post was written by Jovile Bartkeviciute. Returning for the third year in a row, the Pipeline Conference is bigger than ever! Organised by Matthew Skelton, Steve Smith, Chris O’Dell, Beccy Stafford and Anthony Green, the “unconference” is buzzing with excitement this morning!
The March issue of the BCS ITNow magazine is focused on the digital engine behind next generation UK. We are happy to say that our principal consultant and co-founder Matthew Skelton was chosen to demystify and overview DevOps in the article titled “Joined up thinking”. Based on recent industry experience, the author is sharing how youContinue reading “Overview of DevOps for Larger Enterprises – BCS ITNOW”
Summary: we went along to the Google Digital Garage in Leeds recently for a mentoring session. As a high-value, specialist technology consultancy, we wanted to find ways to make our voice heard above the bigger but less focused players. Here is what we found.
What we learned from PuppetLabs State of DevOps Report 2015 This post was written by Rob Thatcher, co-author of Team Guide to Software Operability. The 2015 State of DevOps report from PuppetLabs highlights some important points for organisations setting out to create a high-performing DevOps-driven approach to building and operating software systems: deploy faster andContinue reading “How DevOps enables IT performance and organizational performance”
This post was written by Matthew Skelton co-author of Team Guide to Software Operability. We recently contributed to the ‘DevOps Perspectives 3’ report from CA: Microservices and data consistency. Here is an extract (you can download the full report from CA).
At QCon London 2015, InfoQ interviewed Matthew Skelton, Co-founder of Skelton Thatcher Consulting, about Continuous Delivery, DevOps, microservices, tools, and teams. Here is an excerpt from the part of the interview on InfoQ covering microservices and data strategy:
This post was written by Matthew Skelton co-author of Team Guide to Software Operability. We recently gave a webinar in which we outlined how Agile and ITIL® can be used in a complementary way to help DevOps practices. Here is the video for the webinar; a summary of the talk is below, along with the slides.
This post was written by Matthew Skelton co-author of Team Guide to Software Operability. We were featured in a Computer Weekly article ‘Five pitfalls to avoid when doing DevOps‘, as part of the Rackspace DevOpsBreakfast panel discussion on 19th August. The five pitfalls are: Seeing DevOps purely as an automation activity Having a weak case for doing DevOps NotContinue reading “‘Five DevOps Pitfalls’ – featured in Computer Weekly”