The APM status quo is not sufficient to support an effective DevOps initiative. I&O leaders implementing DevOps will need to not only rethink the tooling, but also address people and process (including information flow) concerns in order to better enable the business.
Organizations are evaluating or deploying Microsoft Office 365. However, existing internet connectivity will not provide adequate performance for Office 365 in most scenarios. This research describes how network planners and managers can optimize the network infrastructure to support Office 365.
Read this study from Enterprise Management Associates to discover: 10 key factors impacting APM practices in the digital economy; APM requirements for DevOps and Continuous Delivery; How APM addresses other top challenges in a cloud- and digital-centric business.
Get started with the web stack today: Learn how to build a simple yet useful application putting to work a great toolset of technologies: Angular, Webpack and Kendo UI controls.
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Small project success does not automatically lead to large project success. This white paper discusses practices needed to succeed with Scrum on a large, geographically distributed team, including necessary coordination, communication, integration, and architecture.
Reading this Special Edition Guide, highlighting Microsoft SQL Server 2016 and other leading edge technologies, you’ll discover the many ways AWS is ready to help you modernize your Microsoft business applications.
Learn about the typical evolution of enterprise application delivery and what’s needed to deliver high-quality applications faster than ever before, continuously.
Freeform says that cultural change and reorganization are no substitute for solid tooling and orchestration, with release automation being particularly important, and states that CA has one of the most comprehensive continuous delivery portfolios available.
Explore six ways—from getting started to more advanced use cases—that CA Release Automation can help you take control of the continuous delivery pipeline, accelerate releases and manage the scale and complexity of agile application deployments.