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Overview

Operating on trust

DevOps aims to spread agile development into delivery. One tool, automation, matches quality to speed.

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In depth

Cooking with DevOps

Author, entrepreneur and DevOps guru Gene Kim explains the key ingredients of the movement and how it can help an enterprise move “from good to great.”

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Perspective

The business value of DevOps

Why go down the DevOps road? Because cutting the time between having an idea and reaping its benefits is the essence of competitive advantage.

The CIO’s view

CIO insight

Automation pays off for Paychex

Director of IT Joel Karczewski explains how automation eliminated hours of manual building, testing and deployment processes for the payroll and tax services provider.

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It is based on data HP collected from 650 global companies about a range of IT characteristics (server capacities, approach to information management, security, BYOD, etc.) and how they correlate to revenue gain. This assessment will compare your answers to the average scores in that study.

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Operations index

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Percentage of respondents who said they expect 50% or more of their IT services to be delivered in the cloud by 2014 (4% said 75% or more).1

24

Percentage of organizations that report having no performance monitoring in place for their cloud solutions.1

74

Percentage of companies using the cloud that expect to increase cloud spending this year by more than 20%.2

1 "2012 State of Cloud Computing Survey," Information Week, March 2012
2 "Competing in the Cloud: 8 Things to Watch in 2012," IDC, Dec. 2011

One question

Q: How is your IT organization transforming from a cost-based to value-based organization?

A: … I believe that a great deal of what is needed is quite simple: saying "yes" where IT normally says "no" to ideas and proposals from business. Reasons for saying "no" are always at hand: corporate standards, IT security, infrastructure settings. The reason to say "yes" is simple: "yes, dear business, I want you to make money for the org, and if you can make money with that new idea, I'll make it happen."

— Miroslav Jasso, CIO, LIDL SK, on the LinkedIn CIO Forum group

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