Discover PerformanceHP Software's community for IT leaders // June 2014
Building the bridge to DevOps
Previewing our July 2 DevOps issue, HP Software Professional Services' Shamim Ahmed talks about the basics of introducing DevOps to an enterprise. It's not just about tearing down walls—you have to focus on a solid foundation.From the ground up
Agility? For mobile, you need hyperagility
Developers want to do their best work the first time. Here’s how to empower them—and get better, faster results.Hyper drive
How to turn mobile IT into business insight
As CIOs increase their strategic contribution, mobility provides a key entry point. Start with five critical moves.Move forward
The three types of mobile measurement you can’t overlook
Forrester looks at all the data your apps are generating that can help you improve IT—and the bottom line. Are you paying attention?Active insights
Shunra: Mobile testing boosts dev ROI
Todd DeCapua, VP at virtualization leader Shunra, discusses mobile testing solutions and details the ROI delivered to Shunra's enterprise customers.Watch now
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Q: What’s one of the biggest hurdles to implementing DevOps in an enterprise?
A: DevOps requires much tighter collaboration between stakeholders who aren’t typically used to working collaboratively: the strategy team, the application dev team, the operations team, and so on. All these different siloed operations need to be fully integrated. So there’s significant transformation from a people and organization perspective, as well as from a cultural and governance perspective. It doesn’t happen overnight. For some large organizations, it may take a year or longer to fully embrace DevOps. But the greater agility benefits are worth it, particularly when it comes to mobile development.
— Michael Garrett, HP Software VP and GM of Worldwide Professional Services, on the Discover Performance blog