This post was written by Chris O’Dell co-author of Team Guide to Software Releasability. DevOpsDays was back in London this week and was lucky enough to go along on the second day. The format was a mix of presentations the morning, ignite talks after lunch and Open Spaces for the remainder of the day. I particularlyContinue reading “DevOpsDays London 2017: Mental Wellbeing, Learnings from the Unexpected and Incident Management”
This post was written by Matthew Skelton co-author of Team Guide to Software Operability. The DevOps Lisbon meetup help its first meetup in April 2016 and now has over 500 members (Manuel Pais, who leads our Build Engineering capability at Skelton Thatcher Consulting, is one of the co-founders). With regular monthly talks on topics such as Test AutomationContinue reading “Proud to support DevOps Lisbon – 500 members and growing!”
This post was written by Rich Bosomworth. AWS Certification provides many benefits. It deepens product knowledge, provides professional validation and is an enabler for companies wishing to achieve AWS Consulting Partner status as a guarantee of competency to enhance client engagements. Background preparation for AWS Solutions Architect course
Skelton Thatcher runs its ‘Getting Started with Continuous Delivery’ tutorial on September 15th, at the Apex Hotel Haymarket in Edinburgh.
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.
Skelton Thatcher Consulting has launched a series of workshops and seminars – Effective DevOps – for people within organisations beginning to adopt DevOps as a practice.
This post was written by Matthew Skelton co-author of Team Guide to Software Operability. With an ever-increasing array of tools and technologies claiming to ‘enable DevOps’, how do we know which tools to try or to choose? In-house, open source, or commercial? Ruby or shell? Dedicated or plugins? It transpires that highly collaborative practices such as DevOpsContinue reading “How to choose tools for DevOps and Continuous Delivery”