By Lyza Latham
Watching Wimbledon 2018 last month was thrilling. Seeing the tennis world's best players give it their all, and push one another to the limits of human strength, agility and endurance is always captivating. Watching Novak Djokovic outlast Rafael Nadal to win after five sets over two nights was my personal highlight. One can merely imagine the countless hours of practice and drilling it took to achieve that level of mastery.
In business, the win isn’t always so crystal clear. From the executive suite, the demand on application teams and DevOps is to deliver faster, with higher quality. That’s the win. To achieve that win, the prevailing approach is to drill, practice and master the fundamentals of agile delivery.
At the heart of agile delivery, DevOps’ promise is “speed to value” for organizations. There’s a lot of discussion swirling about how to measure the ROI. In speaking with enterprise prospects and customers, it’s clear that while it would be awesome to have a sophisticated model to measure the ROI of DevOps tools and resources, most teams are seeking foundational progress.
1. “Our deployment process is chaotic and not repeatable.”
We see handcrafted deployment processes in many businesses. Using Cloud Application Manager, teams can automate application...