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DevOps for Enterprise

A strategy is always of great significance when handling a business. Without strategy, you might as well be throwing your money away on a business that is most likely to fail. That is how important strategy is when dealing with business.

Strategy applies to everything also in the situation or the circumstances that affect the flow of your business.

The latest trends in software development and IT operational management speak directly to the need that businesses continue to require faster, more nimble and higher quality technical work at a reduced operational cost.

Because of the constantly upgrading tools and products, teams from medium to large organization had some difficulties reconciling with the policies that come with new technologies.  Implementing a DevOps strategy is a shift in mindset for most enterprise teams, but leveraging the flexibility of this workflow benefits not only the health of the system but also the productivity of the team.

This paper specifically talks about the strategy and positioning for any organization and businesses. Like DevOps as agile evolved.

In looking at a broad survey of the history of modern project management styles within the IT and software development disciplines there are often seen variations of two basic concepts: upfront requirements gathering (waterfall) and iterative or continual requirements gathering (Agile, et. al.) methodologies. While this evolution of processes has been beneficial, both waterfall and agile methodologies lack a critical perspective—an operational understanding of the environment where applications actually live.

This is just one of the specific topics tackled by this paper. If you want to learn more about this topic you can contact us at Myrtec for a more detailed explanation of this paper and how it can help you with your business flow. Myrtec is a specialist provider of Managed IT and Cloud Services with locations around Australia.

The paper continues to discuss other aspects of strategic positioning for technical teams, like:

  • Team Structure and Positioning
  • Aligning and Structuring Projects
  • Automation Orchestration System
  • Functional Testing Tools
  • Deployment Management Process
  • Defining a Feedback Loop
  • IT Team Convergence via Source Control Management and Automation
  • DevOps, Better with Cloud
  • Implementing with AWS
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