Authored by: Chris Nowak, DevOps Transformation Strategist Believe it or not, DevOps is entering its second decade this year, and the industry is transforming. We faced our “Day 1” challenges of automation, so what’s next? When I go to a
At the enterprise scale, performance is a limiting factor. UrbanCode Deploy is designed for the enterprise, of course, and provides features that help you grow while remaining performant. One feature that you can use to scale your installation is the
UrbanCode Velocity maintained its aggressive release schedule with three March releases. By the way, we use our own production UrbanCode Velocity instance to manage our continuous delivery cadence. Along with the usual bug fixes and new integrations, versions 1.1.3, 1.1.4,
UrbanCode Velocity is extending its lead in the rapidly evolving Value Stream Management (VSM) space. VSM, for those still unfamiliar with the concept, integrates software delivery into an organization’s business model. VSM connects multiple roles with integrated DevOps tools. Integrating
Following the overwhelming success of our first two UrbanCode TechConnect events, we’re excited to announce the next event in this growing series. TechConnect is scheduled for Monday, June 24, 2019, in London, the day before the 2019 DevOps Enterprise Summit.
You are invited to join the UrbanCode Velocity private beta. The Velocity team is creating a lot of exciting features including a framework that makes integrating third-party tools a snap. UrbanCode Velocity, like all the UrbanCode products is completely customer-driven.
The UrbanCode team kicked off the first virtual Tech Connect event on January 23rd. This event included our UrbanCode technical staff and several customers from our Tech Connect community. The team provided updates for Tech Connect topics focusing on the
I've been asked by a number of clients for great DevOps sessions to look out for during Think. Here's a sample agenda. Monday Most of you will just be arriving and getting settled. See the city! If you are all-in
UrbanCode Velocity is introducing new features at an accelerating rate. (Insert your velocity-related pun here.) The 1.1.0 version introduces support for Red Hat’s OpenShift, and IBM Cloud Private. UrbanCode Velocity runs in Docker containers and can run virtually anywhere the
The unique architecture of z/OS and its multi-tenancy partitioning posed challenges for identifying files deployed across z/OS versions for any UrbanCode Deploy environment. This challenge is addressed with the new Search feature for z/OS environments available in an upcoming release.