The DevOps movement is young, so many people still do not understand exactly
what it is or why it’s important! Thousands of companies and schools around
the nation are turning to BYOD to save big bucks. And cloud security is still
a major concern for organizations using Cloud services and for those
considering using them.
DevOps is going to go where no IT has gone before! Big Data is here, but big
insights are lagging behind. Emboldened by enterprise adoption of BYOD, many
employees are starting to reach toward the cloud. And as billions more
devices get connected to the internet, there will be a huge infrastructure
transformation on the backend.
The IT industry keeps IT professionals guessing at times. There is the demand
for skills around mature technologies, such as the mainframe, and then urgent
requests for talented professionals skilled in emerging technologies, such as
the many mobile platforms. IT education is key to keep up with more
disruptive trends hitting the industry now: big data, DevOps, cloud and
mobility just to name a...
There are many lessons to be learned in order to properly implement DevOps.
Cloud is a popular option for many enterprises, and most are diving into
cloud at some level. And the security camera that’s staring at you in a
store may just be there to scare off shop lifters — but it could also be
used to help the store owner decide where to put which products.
IT leaders must prepare for big changes in roles and responsibilities, and
according to recent research conducted by Vanson Bourne and sponsored by CA
Technologies, some vertical industries are further along on the journey to
evolve the role of IT within the business.