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Opscode Webinar: Building a Coded Business: Culture, Tools and the Need for Speed
Opscode Webinar: Building a Coded Business: Culture, Tools and the Need for Speed
Opscode Webinar: Building a Coded Business: Culture, Tools and the Need for Speed
Opscode Webinar: Building a Coded Business: Culture, Tools and the Need for Speed
Opscode Webinar: Building a Coded Business: Culture, Tools and the Need for Speed
Opscode Webinar: Building a Coded Business: Culture, Tools and the Need for Speed
Opscode Webinar: Building a Coded Business: Culture, Tools and the Need for Speed
Opscode Webinar: Building a Coded Business: Culture, Tools and the Need for Speed
Opscode Webinar: Building a Coded Business: Culture, Tools and the Need for Speed
Opscode Webinar: Building a Coded Business: Culture, Tools and the Need for Speed
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Opscode Webinar: Building a Coded Business: Culture, Tools and the Need for Speed

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Slides from June 27, 2013 Opscode webinar featuring Forrester Research, Inc. principal analyst Glenn O’Donnell and IT innovators from Nordstrom and Opscode as they talk about the next wave of IT …

Slides from June 27, 2013 Opscode webinar featuring Forrester Research, Inc. principal analyst Glenn O’Donnell and IT innovators from Nordstrom and Opscode as they talk about the next wave of IT transformation and how automation, supply-chain models, and standardization are rendering the old model of IT obsolete.

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  • IT historically has been a source of internal efficiency by enabling the back of the business.In the last decade, a new wave of businesses have shifted the role of IT to the front of the business to directly support customer interactions. ALL companies need to make this shift to increase speed and compete in the digital economy.The last decade of innovation in IT has been happening at forward-thinking,consumer-facing web companies (AMZN, Facebook, Google).These organizations figured out how to use technology and code to rapidly deliver goods and services to consumers with large-scale infrastructure.They became coded businesses who developed patterns and practices that enabled them to move faster and edge out incumbents through a new level of innovation.These innovations are now critical to enterprise companies (every company) in the race to rapidly deliver products and services.It is now technology that touches customers.
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    • 1. Technology – The Way Business Engages Customers
    • 2. Patterns of the Coded Business • Enables Continuous Change • Enforces Consistency • Provides a Common Coded Platform For Applications and Infrastructure • Leverages Scarce Talent Through Reuse • Transcends Organizational Boundaries The Result – IT enables Business Agility and becomes a strategic advantage rather than a cost center. Business Agility Development Velocity and Consistency Continuous Delivery Infrastructure Automation

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