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Continuous Architecture Principles (2 of 6)

In the previous page, we introduced the six principles of Continuous Architecture:

  1. Architect Products – not Projects
  2. Focus on Quality Attributes – not on Functional Requirements…
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Agile Architecture

Continuous Everything in DevOps...What is the difference between CI, CD,CD,...?

Okay so training was more work than expected, hence I will now slowly make my way through the backlog of topics. We will start with some the different techniques being used in DevOps. 631 more words


Continuous Architecture Principles

The Principles of Continuous Architecture

The concept of Continuous Architecture arose as a response to the need for an architectural approach that is able to support very rapid delivery cycles as well as more traditional delivery models. 647 more words

Agile Architecture

DevOps for IBM Enterprise Systems Roadshow - New York City on 16th September

When: September 16th, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST
Where:  IBM NY Technical Exploration Center, 63 Madison Ave, 8th Floor, New York, NY, 10016
For registration please visit: ibm.co/1oWXJDw


So if we are treating our Platform as an Application (PaaA), what should it do?

In my last post, I described the eureka moment I’d had whilst using Cloud Foundry.  I’d suddenly realised the fantastic benefits of treating your Platform as an Application.   857 more words


UrbanCode Deploy and SmartCloud Orchestrator (Part 3)

In Part 1 we connected to the cloud provider and created a resource template from a virtual system pattern. In Part 2 we created an application blueprint from the resource template and mapped the application components to the blueprint. 1,092 more words


Good technical practices are critical for government contracting

Good technical practices (such as those typical in DevOps environments) can help the government in contracting for information technology services. We should require these technical practices in our IT services contracts, and if we are investing in QA and independent verification, we should invest first on validating good technical practices. 505 more words

Lean Bureaucracy