With everyone seeming to now do DevOps in some form, we thought it useful to share our top ten pitfalls we see at EnfuseGroup when it comes to adopting DevOps at the enterprise level.
Are we really ready for big data? As we watch the world rapidly change around us with decisions being based on gut rather than facts, I find myself questioning the intelligence of humanity and its readiness to make sense of big data.
Doing Agile in small pockets is relatively easy to kick off and make work - the real challenge is doing this at scale.
One of our Directors, Harry, is challenged to explain what DevOps is in under 2 minutes, can he do it.
To get the full benefits of Agile you need multifunctional teams to be organised around products, requiring fundamental organisation redesign. Companies who ignore or water down this fact will always struggle to realise the full benefits of Agile.
I recently read a blog in which the role title of Agile coach was ridiculed because it was just ‘rebadging of the Scrum Master role’. We couldn’t disagree more. At Enfuse we have both the Scrum Master and Agile Coach roles.
The most popular and proven method of kick starting your adoption of Agile into your organisation is to start with a pilot project, see how it works for you (and where it doesn't), and to then scale out from there.
There’s a big push currently for IT departments to create a bi-modal capability. This dual mode of operating is in response to the digital shift we’ve seen in recent years which has repositioned the role of IT in the organisation.
Predicting the future is always fun, and here’s our top 10 predictions for what will be hot in 2016 for IT…