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19 Mar 2017 When Bad Things Happen To Good Clouds: Why You Need A Recovery Plan [61435]
devops.com, March 10th, 2017

"Amazon S3 storage service recently experienced a widespread five-hour outage in its East Coast availability zone," reports Shalabh Goyal in devops.com. "Many next-generation consumer and business applications rely on a cloud storage, so the S3 outage quickly cascaded and temporarily crippled organizations from Netflix to Slack.

Cloud outages like this are normal, and notable because they affect so many businesses. The last significant AWS outage was in August 2016. While Amazon S3 is architected for data durability, that doesn't equal fast recoverability during an outage. As good as cloud platforms are, they still leave a few gaps:..."
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19 Mar 2017 DevOps Has Reached Critical Mass, CIOs Need To Get On Board [61436]
Forrester, March 10th, 2017

"DevOps is one of the most powerful weapons that CIOs have in their arsenal," opines Elinor Klavens in Forrester. "DevOps unites the entire enterprise in delivering business transformation with superior customer experience. Companies like Target, Capital One, Walmart, ING, Nordstrom, Netflix and JetBlue are already reaping the benefits. In order to unlock the promise of DevOps, CIOs must lead the call for cultural change.

As any leader knows, changing institutionalized behavior is the toughest of all management challenges and CIOs are understandably skeptical of new trends..."
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10 Mar 2017 DevOps Has Reached Critical Mass, CIOs Need To Get On Board [61292]
Forrester, March 10th, 2017

"DevOps is one of the most powerful weapons that CIOs have in their arsenal. DevOps unites the entire enterprise in delivering business transformation with superior customer experience. Companies like Target, Capital One, Walmart, ING, Nordstrom, Netflix and JetBlue are already reaping the benefits. In order to unlock the promise of DevOps, CIOs must lead the call for cultural change.

As any leader knows, changing institutionalized behavior is the toughest of all management challenges and CIOs are understandably skeptical of new trends..."
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10 Mar 2017 When Bad Things Happen To Good Clouds: Why You Need A Recovery Plan [61338]
devops.com, March 10th, 2017

"Amazon S3 storage service recently experienced a widespread five-hour outage in its East Coast availability zone. Many next-generation consumer and business applications rely on a cloud storage, so the S3 outage quickly cascaded and temporarily crippled organizations from Netflix to Slack.

Cloud outages like this are normal, and notable because they affect so many businesses. The last significant AWS outage was in August 2016. While Amazon S3 is architected for data durability, that doesn't equal fast recoverability during an outage. As good as cloud platforms are, they still leave a few gaps:..."
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05 Mar 2017 DevOps, No Longer Just For 'Unicorns' [61012]
Forrester, February 24th, 2017

Rober blogs, "The born-digital 'unicorn' companies such as Etsy, Google and Netflix, are pioneers of modern DevOps, but BT leaders at companies of all ages, sizes, and types are now eagerly pursuing the same principles. The pressure for speed and quality is DevOps becoming pivotal for all organizations. For example, KeyBank are leveraging DevOps to quickly deliver business new customer capability using streamlined coordination between application development and operations. DevOps is allowing KeyBank to shorten delivery time by up to 85% and reduce defects by at least 30%. According to a 2016 State of DevOps report, high performers are twice as likely to exceed their organization's profitability, market share, and productivity goals..."
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