DevOps starts with leadership, and xOps Can Supply Leadership Skills to Help Transformation to DevOps
Product managers need devops, and devops people need product managers. There are a number of things they can do to help one another create better products more efficiently.
Cloud migrations provide a great opportunity to do a culture shift. Devops and automation are compelling goals that become suddenly viable. (read at InfoWorld)
How it works: The xOps DevOps Maturity Assessment measures DevOps implementation across the entire organization.
Devops is not just tools and skills. It requires the right leaders and the right leadership skills to make sure the culture and processes are correct. (read at InfoWorld)
Devops is expensive, potentially 24/7, and key to the business, so offshore considerations should be in the strategic mix. (read at InfoWorld)
The challenge of how to measure if your implementation is progressing and, more importantly, how do you measure if it is having the desired results?
The DevOps community is rapidly building tools and processes to automate more of the DevOps workflow. Here are the two key areas to focus on when automating operations processes.
Established MSPs and outsourcers have come to rely upon new specialty devops services firms for expertise.
As a global company, xOps can bring you the best in operations support at a low cost. Check out our Brochure for Managed Services
More recently, MSPs are handling OS and VM environment installation, patching and maintenance of these environments in coordination with a DevOps consulting specialist. Read more about xOps Offerings for MSPs
Alert fatigue is a common plague among devops organization. To eliminate it requires the right tools and techniques, and managers have to make sure the processes thresholds are correct.
Open source tools can cost-effectively help devops engineers see and correlate data from multiple data streams more easily. (read at InfoWorld)
Many enterprises today are implementing security solutions that can be deployed and maintained more quickly and easily, and at lower cost, using a DevOps methodology.
Learn how DevOps and ITIL, a.k.a. the IT Infrastructure Library, can work together to benefit software development businesses.
Check out our Q&A with xOps CEO Sean Mack about Open Source and Tools with DevOps.
Sean Mack explains the relationship between ServiceNow and DevOps
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In a Q & A on DevOps Monitoring Tools, learn more about benefits provided by xOps.
Learn about xOps in our overview.
In this webinar, Larry Gordon from XOps will share his experiences working with his clients to deploy the latest tools and implement practices across their organizations. (watch on Vimeo)