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This presentation explores the recent evolution of multidisciplinary approaches. We've seen Agile being used to develop new software releases better, quicker and cheaper than before by involving the business in iterative and incremental development activities. This often resulted in a backlog of potentially shippable releases waiting for the high-procedure IT Ops department to get around to deploying them. So folk used DevOps to get the deployment process sorted out by working on highly-automated continuous integration and deployment. Great! We've got the functionality into production! But wait - where's the value? Amazing as it seems after this Agile and DevOps revolution, no business benefits have been realized. Value is only actually realized when the users use their information systems effectively and efficiently. Organization lose on average 7.6% productivity due to IT issues and almost half of this is caused by poor use. Take a moment to reflect on your own business users.
Do you believe that they could get more value out of investments in IT? Do you think that they really understand the data in the systems and are not making costly mistakes based on misinterpretation? Is anybody monitoring how well the information systems are being used and helping users proactively? This is unfortunately often not the case. So after improving development and deployment of application releases, the next step is to improve how information systems are actually used. Just as Agile has facilitated closer collaboration between the business and IT for development, and DevOps has done the same for development and IT operations, there’s now a call to action to close the IT value circle by improving how IT operations and the business collaborate. The key word here is engaged. Follow this presentation to learn more...
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