Beyond OpenSource: InnerSource. Build an open and sharing culture

Over the last several months, I’ve had interesting discussions with the DXC IT team on how they used Agile and DevOps to speed-up the IT transformation required for the separation of the Hewlett Packard Company into HP Inc. and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), and later between HPE and the entity that became part of DXC. …

Go to Trunk, use the Strangler application approach.

In my last post I talked about how to change your release approach by using trunk. The benefit of such way of working is that you can release new functionality much quicker and in smaller batches. However, taking full advantage of such approach implies your applications are modular and consist of blocks of functionality that …

App transformation and DevOps working in perfect harmony

This week I have the opportunity to participate in a client workshop on DevOps and public cloud. How do we get traditional applications and agile/DevOps approaches working together. As older operating systems are getting out of support, as workloads are migrated to cloud, transforming applications and modernizing them so they use up-to date middleware, database …

Why IT should become an Internal Service Broker? Part 2

In the previous blog entry we started discussing why IT should become an internal service broker and I shared the first three steps of the process to get there. We started by defining the services that are expected from the business, then looking at which services should be delivered by other entities, to finally discussing …