DevOps combines development and operations in an agile way, removing walls, gates and transitions to increase accountability for the full end-to-end software development process. It reduces the time-to-market, lower costs and improves the overall quality of the software.
Twice nominated as finalists in the DevOps Industry Awards, Brickendon successfully implemented a global DevOps programme that increased software releases by 45 per cent and reduced business-impacting incidents by 43 per cent. Check out our case study here.
Successfully switching to a DevOps way of working is not just about business change, but also about a change in mindset. To reap the full benefits of Brickendon’s DevOps approach the whole business needs to embrace the concept.
DevOps speeds up the delivery of software, with the added bonus that smaller and more frequent releases reduce the potential for errors in production. Brickendon Consultant Krzysztof Hakenszmidt looks at how best to implement a DevOps way of working to increase the overall effectiveness and value for your business.
The future is all about transformation. As well as looking at some of the hot topics facing the financial services sector, such as data, cloud and DevOps, our latest journal (Journal 14) examines the many changes that are taking place in the financial services, in particular in relation to the developments in analytics, and outlines how businesses need to embrace these if they are to survive.
Brickendon Consulting has been nominated as a finalist in the best finance sector project category of the DevOps Industry Awards 2018
Brickendon Director Iya Datikashvili features in the September edition of International Finance magazine discussing the myths surrounding DevOps – Breaking down DevOps misconceptions across financial services
The DevOps software development practice brings formerly siloed teams within an organisation together to work as part of an integrated team that – builds quality software in a rapid, continuous, and repeatable manner. This new mode of delivery requires Quality Assurance (QA) engineers to shift their mode of work to keep up with the fast-paced, innovative, and automated world of DevOps. This starts with having a strong understanding of the role QA engineers will play within the DevOps team.
A successful DevOps transition requires the support of the whole organisation, including the business unit and technology division. Iya Datikashvili, a director and DevOps expert at Brickendon, looks at why the business unit is lagging behind in its acceptance of the DevOps methodology.