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The DevOps Adoption Playbook – DevOps coaching from IBM’s Sanjeev Sharma

In professional sports, the coach’s playbook is highly sought after and considered sacred. All the teams' plays are in there, and if an opposing team gets hold of the playbook, well let’s just say the game would be played like an open book. Fortunately for you, software development isn’t a professional sport and Sanjeev...  Continue reading The DevOps Adoption Playbook – DevOps coaching from IBM’s Sanjeev Sharma
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Join us on YouTube Live for Enterprise DevOps: It Takes a Village, February 9th!

When talking about enterprise DevOps transformation, many people look for a silver bullet—a magic wand that will convert an old, inefficient organization into a high-performing, DevOps-enabled IT team. But in truth there is no single silver bullet. DevOps takes a village. This DevOps village, like a real village, consists of physical infrastructure, as well as...  Continue reading Join us on YouTube Live for Enterprise DevOps: It Takes a Village, February 9th!
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Beyond imagination to innovation with IBM On Demand Consulting

Are you ready to cross the innovation threshold? When it comes to technology innovation, you have big aspirations for what you want to achieve. But, you might not have all the knowledge, skills, or resources you need to carry out and complete your project. The more you wait or struggle at being stuck, the more frustrating...  Continue reading Beyond imagination to innovation with IBM On Demand Consulting
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If only Pokémon GO had used predictive cloud computing…

My eye rolling has increased ever since Pokémon GO released. Throughout the day, and I don’t think there’s been a day without an eye-roll, I hear cries of frustration from my 11-year-old daughter: "I can't log on”... eye-roll. “The app won’t open”... eye-roll. “Pokémon GO crashed again!”... eye-roll. “I have to log on a...  Continue reading If only Pokémon GO had used predictive cloud computing…