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Jonny Wooldridge on Enterprises vs Startups - The Goat Farm - Episode 3

In this episode Ross and I talk to Jonny Wooldridge, formerly of Marks & Spencer and currently at The Cambridge Satchel Company. We ask Jonny his thoughts on what DevOps is like in an Enterprise vs a Startup, how to jumpstart adoption, how to handle “legacy systems”, and get his thoughts on concepts such as “Pace Layering” and “Bimodal IT”. 150 more words


Choosing the right service provider is key for cloud infrastructure outsourcing

Successful infrastructure outsourcing depends greatly on selecting an adaptable, flexible service provider that can offer a broad range of services.

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How personal analytics can streamline business decisions

Blending data, content, and context for individual business analytics allows enterprise IT to fully align decisions with corporate strategy.

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Tech Trailblazers Awards quest for regional startup talent complete: Regional Cup Winners revealed

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Top enterprise tech startups handpicked as leading regional innovators

London, UK – February 18th 2015 – The Tech Trailblazers Awards, the leading independent annual awards program for enterprise information technology startups, today revealed the winners of the Regional Cups – recognized as leading technologies in their respective geographical regions of North America, Europe, Middle East & Africa, Asia Pacific and Latin America. 363 more words




I was banging my head against the wall for the last few days when trying to solve a few tricky issues we saw with EAR support over at Apache DeltaSpike. 1,411 more words


Mobile business apps go viral

Ever since the iPhone starting showing up in corner offices and cubicles nearly eight years ago, enterprise employees have used apps designed to help them do their jobs. 310 more words


DevOps at Target - The Goat Farm - Episode 2

In this episode of The Goat Farm we talk with Jason Walker and Dan Cundiff of Target Corporation. Jason and Dan have been instrumental in bringing DevOps to Target. 54 more words