Cloud Native, you said Cloud Native?

Yet another term that has become fashion these days. Cloud Native application, wow that sounds like something great, but what does it really mean and when is it truly helpful? According to Webopedia, Cloud-native app is a term promoted by VMware to refer to apps that are installed in cloud-based virtual machines. According to VMware,... Continue Reading →

How to get started with BusDevOps

A few weeks ago I wrote a blog about an integrated agile/DevOps approach, which I called BusDevOps (Agile & DevOps, why not BusDevOps?). The question of how to start often comes up. So, let me try answering it here. In that blog I suggested that the best results are obtained when combining agile and DevOps... Continue Reading →

Agile & DevOps? Why not BusDevOps?

What is Agile? The term "agile software development" emerged from a gathering of industry thought-leaders in Snowbird, UT in 2001.  The term was first used in this manner and published in the now famous (or infamous) Agile Manifesto. It was used as an umbrella reference to a family of emerging lightweight software development methods such... Continue Reading →

DevOps, it’s not just automation

I often hear people telling me they are moving quickly to DevOps and that they are automating their testing and deployment environments. Unfortunately six or nine months later they are disappointed. They have not gotten the benefits they expected. Why is that? Well, DevOps is not just about automation. It involves a fundamental change in... Continue Reading →

Beyond the Digital Enterprise, Industry 4.0

This entry was originally posted on the CloudSource blog on march 9th, 2015 As technology becomes ever more pervasive in our daily lives, the questions of how, when, and why we should be using it becomes critical. Concepts are appearing everywhere, ideas are exchanged and visions are established. One of those is called Industry 4.0,... Continue Reading →

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