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Building a Healthy DevOps Culture | Innovation Insights | Wired.com

Building a Healthy DevOps Culture | Innovation Insights | Wired.com | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
Can your IT be rebuilt into something more agile, service-oriented? Image: bnilsen/Flickr If you are a modern IT shop and not doing DevOps, there?s som
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Why your users hate Agile development (and what you can do about it)

Why your users hate Agile development (and what you can do about it) | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
RT @securityninja: Why your users hate Agile development (and what you can do about it) http://t.co/l0UOJoDfuL
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Selling DevOps style

Fun look at Promoting DevOps in the Enterprise
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The puppet-lint --fix effect

The puppet-lint --fix effect | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
Learning puppet by my self, I found useful to avoid common mistakes in my modules/manifests. No body knows puppet in my current position, so it's hard get reviews of my work. I started looking at a...
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Reducing memory Consumption by 20x

Reducing memory Consumption by 20x | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
This is going to be another story sharing our recent experience with memory-related problems.
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Taking NuGet to the Enterprise

Taking NuGet to the Enterprise | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
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MustMustn't read because though I hate stinky winsome, in need to be inclusive of them in the enterprise.

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10 Things Executives Need to Know about Agile

10 Things Executives Need to Know about Agile | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
RT @berndschiffer: 10 Things Executives Need to Know about Agile by @MichaelSahota http://t.co/GEfSZTEZoF #stoos
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anMoana amalgam of stuff we've seen before.

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Automated Testing is Not Agile Testing

Automated Testing is Not Agile Testing | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
Automated Testing is Not Agile Testing http://t.co/1BBcUfzsDF / as always, there's more to it
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adaptive-leadership-accelerating-enterprise-agility-jim-highsmith-thoughtworks.pdf

Enterprise Agility
The agile movement has made enormous strides in the last
decade, greatly improving software delivery and creating more
satisfactory work environments in many organizations. The
next horizon is extending agility from basic software delivery to
continuous delivery and into the business itself, utilizing the
advances in delivering software features early and often into
a transformation of businesses to deliver complete solutions 
early and often. The drivers for this, as we will see, come from a 
growing focus of CEOs on trying to survive and thrive in a world
of growing complexity, complication and fast moving competition.

However, achieving enterprise agility requires a different style
of management—an adaptive leadership style. This paper is
therefore divided into three main topics—describing the need for
enterprise agility; identifying what adaptive leaders need to be
doing (actions); and identifying what being (mindset)an adaptive
leader means


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Good overview of what Agile means at different levels for an organization

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Real-World Strategies for Continuous Delivery with Maven and Jenkins

Maven is close to ubiquitous in the world of enterprise Java, and the Maven dependency ecosystem is the de facto industry standard. However, the traditional ...
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Things to Consider When Featuring Branching with Continuous Integration

Things to Consider When Featuring Branching with Continuous Integration | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
So you’re using Continuous Integration and Mercurial as your VCS. CI is great, you’re loving the feedback and feeling good after a green build. You’ve just got your project started and a couple of features are underway, but then you see a red build.
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Devops - It's about critical thinking & the evolutionary "WHY" of Silos.

I believe one of the best things to ever come out of DevOps movement that no one seems to be describing is essentially an explosion of critical thinking and reasoning skills, The maturing of IT if ...
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Implementing a release management solution in a traditional enterprise

Implementing a release management solution in a traditional enterprise | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
Welcome to my fourth and final post in this blog post series on introducing DevOps in a traditional enterprise. In my previous post I explained how the implementation of a configuration management ...
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A good overview of the challenges and the tooling landscape.

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DevOps - The title match - blog dot lusis

I’ve noticed an annoying trend recently. I was content to ignore it for a while but now it’s getting almost stupid. That trend is the j...
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Behavior-Driven Integration and Unit Testing

Behavior-Driven Integration and Unit Testing | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
Traditionally application code is written first and tests afterwards. After writing a piece of code, you write unit tests. And once you finished a few pieces of code, you write integration tests to see if they fit together.
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Measurements for Agile Software Development Organizations

Measurements for Agile Software Development Organizations | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
While there are lots of agile measurement practices that can be adopted by development teams; such as sprint burn-down charts, velocity trackers, and release burn-down charts.
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Leadership loves metrics!

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Introducing My Cloud Deployment Service, OnCheckin.com

Introducing My Cloud Deployment Service, OnCheckin.com | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
Constantly over the past few years I’ve thanked my lucky stars that I’ve had continuous integration and deployment setup for the web sites I’ve been working on.
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CukeUp!: Matt Wynne on Refuctoring Your Cukes

Refuctoring Your Cukes Cucumber aims to help business stakeholders and developers collaborate more effectively. That's great if you care about helping your project…
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Proof of Concept – LambdaSpec, how testing will look with Java8

Proof of Concept – LambdaSpec, how testing will look with Java8 | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
With Java8 coming up "soon", let's take a look how the world of unit testing will look like once it arrives. LambdaSpec is a simple proof of concept DSL which should evolve into a testing framework by the time Java8 is released.
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Videos from the Continuous Delivery track at QCon SF 2012

Videos from the Continuous Delivery track at QCon SF 2012 | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
At last year’s QCon San Francisco I curated a track on continuous delivery. One of the goals of the QCon conferences is “information Robin Hood” – finding ways to get out into public the secret sauce of high performing organizations.
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How “Shifting Left” in Software Development Can Help Fuel Your Company’s Growth Engine | DevOpsANGLE

How “Shifting Left” in Software Development Can Help Fuel Your Company’s Growth Engine | DevOpsANGLE | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
What is Shifting Left? S. Mittal @CA_DevOps explains via @DevOpsANGLE #DevOps #svworks #ServiceVirtualization http://t.co/MM2FPuTQ9D
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Shift left is a mantra of mine

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7 Agile Best Practices that You Don’t Need to Follow | Agile Zone

7 Agile Best Practices that You Don’t Need to Follow | Agile Zone | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
There are many good ideas and practices in Agile development, ideas and practices that definitely work: breaking projects into Small Releases to manage risk... (Very interesting!
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Some interesting, if counter-intuitive ideas in here. Especially TDD but some nice empiricism.

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In Defense of DevOps Teams

As someone who runs a self described DevOps team I’m a little bit sensitive, ok defensive, when I read forum post or articles saying the very idea is wrong.
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Daniel Cook on 8 Laws of Productivity

Daniel Cook on 8 Laws of Productivity | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
HDaniel Cook has a great PDF on the 8 Laws of Productivity.  The subtitle is “8 Productivity Experiments You Don’t Need to Repeat.” It’s the synthesis of Dan’s learnings and research over the years on how to create more productive teams.
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Cross functional teams outperform silo'd teams

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10 Scrum Methodology Best Practices | Agile Zone

10 Scrum Methodology Best Practices | Agile Zone | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
Here is a list of some best practices for scrum:

Burn down charts can be used to monitor sprint status. Graphical representations are better than...
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I don't like agile and best practices in the same sentence for anything except XP practices but this is a good list.

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