Articles Tagged "Devops"
Top 10 Information Management Articles of 2021
From AI and NLP to low-code development and data privacy, here's a look at the topics Reworked readers were interested in learning about in 2021.
Why DesignOps Is Becoming Critical in the Enterprise
DesignOps is becoming increasingly important in digital workplaces even if it is often overlooked. Here's why.
Why AutoML Is Emerging as a Key Digital Workplace Technology
As AI is gaining traction in the enterprise so too is AutoML, or automated machine learning. Here's is how it's adding value to the process.
How Master Data Management Can Help Tame the Data Governance Mayhem
Master Data Management (MDM) is becoming increasingly important for organizations looking to control and govern their data. Here's why.
How XOps Is Hoping to Unite All the Disparate Ops Disciplines Under One Banner
A new kind of Ops infrastructure is emerging and XOps hopes to tame the chaos. The goal of XOps, to help unite all the different disciplines under one umbrella.
If You Want Your Software to Succeed, Don't Build Sports Cars Without the Roads
Companies often treat non-functional requirements and system design as an afterthought, overlooking essentials like security, monitoring and scaling.
Agile Manifesto: 20 Years on and Agile Remains Elusive
It is 20 years since the Agile Manifesto was signed. However, agile as a software or business practice still remains elusive. Here's why.
Continuous Monitoring: The New DevOps Trend
Continuous monitoring can be traced back to traditional business auditing practices. However, it goes further than the audits most companies are used to.
Why Artificial Intelligence May Not Offer the Business Value You Think
While many organizations are rushing to deploy artificial intelligence, there are no guarantees that doing so will help your business. Here's why.
How the Shift To Remote Work Is Changing DevOps
In the competitive world of software development, if remote work isn't ingrained into the company culture, the end product will suffer.