DevOps

March 26, 2019
The Dos and Don’ts of DevOps premium
While there has been a steady increase in the adoption of DevOps in the federal government – 75% of CIOs report that their organizations are now adopting it – many public sector organizations struggle to adapt to the DevOps culture. Challenges to Using DevOps in the Public Sector According to the 2017 Federal CIO Survey, […]
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Government Writer
October 4, 2017
Going Beyond the Buzzword – Getting to Grips with Government Digital Transformation premium
Digital transformation, application modernization, faster service delivery – these terms are being thrown around so much that they’ve become so ubiquitous as to be meaningless. What is digital transformation after all? For me, the best analogy is Blockbuster versus Netflix. Failing to anticipate the shift to on-demand and streaming entertainment, Blockbuster failed to futureproof its […]
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victoria.negron@dlt.com'
Enterprise Platforms Marketing Manager
September 14, 2017
[Webinar] Deliver Government Apps and Services at the Speed Constituents Demand premium
With pressure to better respond to evolving agency needs, do more with less, and all that jazz, government agencies are turning to modern tools and DevOps practices to help developers become more efficient in delivering innovative solutions. One way of doing this is using container technology. Containers and DevOps practices give developers the freedom to […]
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victoria.negron@dlt.com'
Enterprise Platforms Marketing Manager
June 12, 2017
[Guide] Make DevOps a Reality at Your Agency premium
Oh DevOps, DevOps. You hear time and again how it’s the future of application development and deployment. You’re told you need to implement it and engrain its best practices across your organization. But making a shift from the old way of doing things, however error-prone, slow, or disruptive it may be in comparison to the […]
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victoria.negron@dlt.com'
Enterprise Platforms Marketing Manager
April 27, 2017
Filling the Gaps in Open Source Application Delivery premium
Open source application development and delivery tools provide compelling value for developers and often fill holes that commercial tools, with their relatively fixed function set, can’t fill. But a new report from Forrester, suggests that open source tools can’t do it all. After surveying 150 U.S. application development and IT professionals, Forrester found that open […]
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April 18, 2017
A Path to Microservices or a Destination Itself premium
When looking to build a microservice, you may have come across two pieces of advice; start with a monolith, and don’t start with a monolith.  For a good number of us developers in the trenches, the point looks irrelevant because we already have a monolith, so one to-do completed and moving on.  Not so fast!  […]
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michael.fitzurka@dlt.com'
Middleware Solutions Architect
March 15, 2017
Breaking Down Migration to Microservice Databases premium
With the growing necessity for companies to digitally transform, a lot of emphasis has been given to the microservices architecture, with its improved scalability and distributed design.  While these facets may apply to some, adopting microservices is equally about the universal DevOps goals of improving lead times and reducing the batch size of releases, ultimately leading […]
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michael.fitzurka@dlt.com'
Middleware Solutions Architect
February 27, 2017
8 Principles for Securing DevOps premium
Although still in its infancy in the public sector, making the shift to DevOps methodologies is starting to catch on with many government agencies, including the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the EPA, and Nuclear Regulatory Commission. As you may know, with DevOps, IT tasks and application deployment that would normally take months or years, […]
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Government Tech Writer
November 7, 2016
Automation: DevOps without Leaving Legacy Behind premium
2016 is/was the year Gartner predicted that DevOps would go mainstream. But a big challenge for government IT operations is how teams can modernize software development while still operating their traditional apps and infrastructure. After all, according to federal CIO Tony Scott, the U.S. government spends 76% of its $88 billion IT budget on operating […]
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