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3 metrics that define success for the Agile enterprise
HP Agile expert Raziel Tabib says enterprise-level Agile means tackling the biggest challenges with the best metrics.Success at scale
You are your software
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At the Power to Change event, mobile experts and customers discussed three trends that go against conventional wisdom.Unconventional moves
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Rubina Ansari, associate VP of automation and SDLC tools, explains how TriZetto is moving to Agile to keep up with customer demand in the healthcare technology field.Watch now
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Percentage of IT practitioners who use mobile application management (MAM).1
Percentage of organizations that will support corporate applications on a variety of personal devices, from conventional laptop PCs, media tablets, and mobile phones to hybrid or other kinds of devices, by 2014.2
Percentage of time saved by developers using cloud platforms. 3
2"Gartner Says At Least 60 Percent of Information Workers Will Interact With Content Applications via a Mobile Device by 2015 ," Gartner Inc., June 2013
3"Evans Data Cloud Development Survey ," Evans Data Corp., January 2013
Q: Are there standard guidelines for tearing down the wall between dev and ops?
A: Today’s enterprises need to become more agile to effectively compete. To keep up, IT organizations not only need to deliver services faster, but to make end-to-end quality their focus. For IT organizations that are ready to take the journey to what we call DevOps, COBIT 5 can serve as an instructional guide. COBIT 5 defines an expansive role for quality by saying that quality is effectively the outcomes generator for the enterprise. This makes the wall between development and ops an artificial one.
—Myles Suer, Senior Manager, ITPM Field and Partner Evangelism, on the Application Lifecycle Management blog