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DevOps Implementation as a Foundation for Digital Transformation Webinar

FANG, four companies so powerful that they have their own acronym, comprise about one-eighth of the S&P 500. Yet, Facebook (‘04), Amazon (‘94), Netflix (‘97) and Google (‘98) are all relatively young companies given the powerful position they hold. These organizations are often looked to as examples of DevOps done right and of the positive…

5 AWS Automation Tips That Will Save You Time and Money

As the leading cloud provider, Amazon Web Services offers an overwhelming variety of services, with a complex pricing scheme to match. For this reason, there are many third-party solutions designed to help you plan and manage your AWS usage and take advantage of integrated tools. Amazon also offers several features designed to make your cloud-based processes faster and easier to manage. A major advantage of AWS is that it allows you to automate many processes, which will save you time and money if done correctly. The following tips should provide you with an idea of the processes and services that lend themselves to automation.

Multi-National Pharmaceutical Creates Strategic IT Roadmap with Flux7

The customer we’re highlighting today is a juggernaut in the pharma industry whose drugs and vaccines earn it multi-billions in revenue. Clearly, its R&D and supporting business functions are doing a lot right. In these situations we often hear the old adage, ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.’ Yet, the IT team saw a clear opportunity to take its practice to the next level, bringing greater throughput, additional repeatability, scalability and reliability to the business. With lots of ideas and no clear starting point, the pharma company called on the strategic IT consulting services team at Flux7 to help create a strategic IT roadmap.

IT Modernization and DevOps News Week in Review 10.14.19

Welcome to cybersecurity awareness month which has kicked off in a highly unusual manner.  Eighteen companies in the industry have joined forces in an effort to improve cross-product interoperability through an initiative called the Open Cybersecurity Alliance (OCA). Launched by the open standards group OASIS, OCA brings together the likes of IBM Security, McAfee, CrowdStrike, CyberArk, Fortinet, ThreatQuotient, and more to develop “protocols and standards which enable tools to work together and share information across vendors”.

What is Low Code? What is No Code? A Primer with Low Code Examples

Much has been written about the rise of citizen developers (anyone outside of IT who builds business applications) as empowered by a new slate of Low Code platforms. According to a recent survey by Information Today, 76% reported that at least some portion of their applications were developed outside of IT. Addressing a persistent lack of developer resources, Low Code gives business units the ability to create applications with fewer handoffs that allows faster time to production. Low Code platforms enable these benefits by providing citizen developers with reusable drag and drop components and flowcharts for business logic that allow them to easily create applications that meet specific business and/or customer requirements.

Agile Enterprise Case Study: Agile Training and Teammate Satisfaction

Today I have the privilege of sharing with you the last article in our series on becoming an Agile Enterprise. (ICYMI, start at the beginning of the series here with Flatarchies and The Agile Enterprise.) Last week we discussed the role of an Agile Culture and in continuing with that theme, today I’ll dive a little deeper and share our experience with training’s impact on growing both corporate agility and teammate satisfaction. Spoiler Alert: It does both!