Applying DevOps for more reliable Public Sector Software Delivery

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Government agencies and contractors must build the competency to deliver software with greater predictability, quality, speed and frequency. The alternative of higher costs and late delivery is no longer acceptable - politically, economically or justifiably. This session will share findings from client experiences and lay out the DevOps approach that is help agencies and their contractors address the challenges inherent in software application delivery.

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  • Main Point: We know organizations have a gap between the software delivery capabilities they need to succeed and the ones they have in house currently. Successful organizations know that when they improve their abilities in this area, they increase their success.
    In fact a recent IBV study where organizations self-reported that... Insights from 435 executives in 58 countries, spanning 18 industries
    85% realize and reported it is important to critical
    Only 25% say they are able to fully leverage software delivery effectively
    So there is a gap -- but when companies that can close the resulting execution gap stand to benefit.
    Almost 70 percent of the companies currently leveraging software development for competitive advantage outperform their peers from a profitability standpoint
    TRANSITION – so there is a huge opportunity for our clients to close that gap…let’s move to the next slide and talk about how
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    Note: Outperformers were determined by a self-assessment of profitability against peers in the industry, ranging from 1 (Significant underperformers) to 5 (Significant outperformers) Significant outperformers were ranked as a 5, Average performers a 3-4 and Underperformers 1-2
    new Rational/WebSphere IBV Study "The Software Edge - How effective software development drives competitive advantage"
    This study examined the correlation between software delivery competency and industry competitive advantage
    Insights from 435 executives in 58 countries, spanning 18 industries
    Roles included executives at director level and above in IT and other software organizations
    Software delivery refers to all areas of development, operations, and support within IT and other development / engineering organizations
    “There was 54% of the companies who said they believe software is critical and 32 percent who called it moderately important – so that’s 86 percent of the respondents say software is either critical or moderately important and that points to the need for better tooling for software development and delivery.” said Randy Newell, director of capabilities marketing for IBM Software Group with a focus on the Rational brand.
  • Today we operate in a wave of innovation called the Wave of Smarter Products and Services. This is driven by unprecedented connectivity between systems, processes and infrastructure.
    Software is the primary driver of this Wave of innovation. Because it is through software that businesses are able to create products and services that are increasingly instrumented, interconnected, and intelligent. This software is not only driving innovation but also competitive differentiation for our clients.
    You can see it in the area of mobile applications, where new business models are exploding.
    For example, Deloitte predicts mobile banking will soon surpass online banking as the most widely used banking channel.
    It is also evident in the automotive industry, where a typical automobile today includes 10 million lines of code. That’s more than a fighter jet.
  • But innovating through software isn’t easy. The process underlying software-driven innovation is software and systems delivery – and delivery has become more challenging than ever.
    The systems and applications being built today are more powerful and interconnected than every before– but they are also more complex. This makes them harder to build, harder to verify, and harder to manage.
    This complexity is made worse by the need for faster delivery, driven by today’s very competitive landscape. Customers expect the “next new thing” faster than ever before.
    And yet a recent IBM study determined that approximately 60% of software projects fail to meet their intended schedule.
    That said, there are companies that are aggressively driving new innovation through software, and they are finding ways to overcome these challenges, and gain competitive advantage.
    They are doing this by transforming their entire approach to software and systems delivery.
  • From the Agenda:
    In this “new normal,” the most forward thinking companies will: Establish an enterprise capability for accelerated delivery of software that enables them to seize market opportunities and reduce time to customer feedback, improve governance while balancing quality and cost
  • The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is more commonly referred to as Obamacare.
  • Continuous release and deployment: Continuous release and deployment provides a continuous delivery pipeline that automates deployments to test and production environments. It reduces the amount of manual labor, resource wait-time, and rework by means of push-button deployments that allow higher frequency of releases,reduced errors, and end-to-end transparency for compliance.
    ibm.com/software/products/us/en/continuousdelivery/
    WebMD:
    1. Problem: WebMD offers numerous online applications that provide information to clients on critical health issues. As they made the move to an agile methodology, they needed to reduce the cost of deployments in able to be more iterative.
    2. Solution: Deployment automation for both test and production leveraging UrbanCode’s uDeploy.
    3. Result: Before it took 2 days to deploy a build, with uDeploy, it takes us less than 60 seconds.
  • <<Maciej>>
    UrbanCode improves software delivery enabling continuous release and deployment via application release automation, helping to drive down costs, speed time to market and reduce risk.
  • Seamless process flow for incremental, full stack provisioning and application deployment automation
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    Associate application components to pattern resources
  • Deployment Automation Developer or Deploy Administrator imports the AMC Plug-in into Deploy. The Plug-in is configured to auto-discover WAS installs on specific resources so when the agent comes on-line it will invoke the AMC plug-in which will discover the cell topology and create WAS Cell and WAS Cluster subresources back on the Deploy server.
    A Middleware Administrator or Application Developer unzips the AMC plug-in on a system that has connectivity to the exemplar WAS cell
    The Middleware Administrator or Application Developer will run a script packaged in the AMC plug-in that will prompt for some information, then discover and import configuration from the exemplar WAS cell
    The AMC template creation script will ask the user for a base product template (e.g. WAS v8.5) and to chose what configuration data from the imported cell should be added (either only cell scoped configuration or a cluster configuration). Note that if any custom tokens are required (e.g. host specific information like JDBC connection URL, etc.), then the Middleware Administrator or Application Developer will need to open the appropriate template file up for editing and insert the tokens manually. They will then need to create appropriate properties on the appropriate WAS Cell/Cluster resources to ensure the token substitution happens correctly during deployment (this is not directly shown in the diagram above for the sake of clarity).
    The AMC template creation script will prompt the user for information required to connect to a Deploy server, including the name of the WAS configuration component and will create/update the template in CodeStation.
    The Deployment Automation Developer should now have all the Deploy artifacts he needs to assemble the Application including deploy/undeploy processes
    The application, including WAS configuration, can be deployed and promoted across all environments defined in the application
  • Industry pattern is to target a subset of devices and progressively roll out – Facebook, Mailbox
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  • Applying DevOps for more reliable Public Sector Software Delivery

    1. 1. Applying DevOps for more Reliable Public Software Delivery Concepts and Overview – DevOps for Government Sanjeev Sharma IBM WorldWide Lead – DevOps Technical Sales sanjeev.sharma@us.ibm.com DevOps Blog: http://bit.ly/sdarchitect Twitter: @sd_architect Author: DevOps for Dummies – http://ibm.co/devopsfordummies © 2013 IBM Corporation
    2. 2. Acknowledgements and disclaimers Availability: References in this presentation to IBM products, programs, or services do not imply that they will be available in all countries in which IBM operates. The workshops, sessions and materials have been prepared by IBM or the session speakers and reflect their own views. They are provided for informational purposes only, and are neither intended to, nor shall have the effect of being, legal or other guidance or advice to any participant. While efforts were made to verify the completeness and accuracy of the information contained in this presentation, it is provided AS-IS without warranty of any kind, express or implied. IBM shall not be responsible for any damages arising out of the use of, or otherwise related to, this presentation or any other materials. Nothing contained in this presentation is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, creating any warranties or representations from IBM or its suppliers or licensors, or altering the terms and conditions of the applicable license agreement governing the use of IBM software. All customer examples described are presented as illustrations of how those customers have used IBM products and the results they may have achieved. Actual environmental costs and performance characteristics may vary by customer. Nothing contained in these materials is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, stating or implying that any activities undertaken by you will result in any specific sales, revenue growth or other results. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2013. All rights reserved. – U.S. Government Users Restricted Rights - Use, duplication or disclosure restricted by GSA ADP Schedule Contract with IBM Corp. IBM, the IBM logo, ibm.com, Rational, the Rational logo, Telelogic, the Telelogic logo, Green Hat, the Green Hat logo, and other IBM products and services are trademarks or registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. If these and other IBM trademarked terms are marked on their first occurrence in this information with a trademark symbol (® or ™), these symbols indicate U.S. registered or common law trademarks owned by IBM at the time this information was published. Such trademarks may also be registered or common law trademarks in other countries. A current list of IBM trademarks is available on the Web at “Copyright and trademark information” at www.ibm.com/legal/copytrade.shtml If you have mentioned trademarks that are not from IBM, please update and add the following lines: [Insert any special third-party trademark names/attributions here] Other company, product, or service names may be trademarks or service marks of others. 2
    3. 3. Agenda • • • • Why DevOps? What is DevOps? Adopting DevOps o People o Process o Technology IBM DevOps Solution
    4. 4. Agenda • • • • Why DevOps? What is DevOps? Adopting DevOps o People o Process o Technology IBM DevOps Solution
    5. 5. Market trends and expected client business outcomes Dependent on rapid Software Innovation and Delivery Rapidly deliver differentiating digital content, applications and services to fulfill citizen needs & obtain new users Systems of Interaction Systems of Engagement SAP Provide differentiating client experience to meet the needs of empowered citizens Leverage cloud to enable flexibility and offer new services HR DB Continuous client experience 5 Systems of Record ERP Cloud-based Services Internet of Things Integrate, evolve and maintain stability of services and comply with any regulations and comliance Partner value chain Enable a software supply chain of Government System Integrators Deliver software based innovation to enable machine to machine interactions
    6. 6. Organizations that effectively leverage software innovation outperform their competitors... yet few are able to deliver it effectively 86 % of companies believe software delivery is important or critical But only… 25 % of those who leverage software delivery today 69 % outperform those who don’t leverage software delivery effectively today 6 Source: “The Software Edge: How effective software development drives competitive advantage,” IBM Institute of Business Value, March 2013
    7. 7. Innovation is increasingly being driven by software in Government Mobile is one of the fastest growing areas of Government it will be the most widely used channel by 2020, if not sooner 7 The F-22 Raptor fighter jet contains over 1.7 million lines of software code
    8. 8. But realities stall software-driven innovation Complexities in software delivery compounded by key pressures Complex, Multi-platform Systems and Applications Increasing Mandates 62% of companies have agile projects requiring integration with legacy systems 2010 Spending in U.S. on governance, risk and compliance was $29.8 billion Globally Distributed Software and Product Supply Chains 50% of outsourced projects are expected to under perform Cost Reduction 70% budget locked in maintenance and 37% of projects go over budget Unpredictability in Software Delivery 62% of projects fail to meet intended schedule 8 Changing Requirements and Time to Market 30% of project costs are due to rework and poor execution of requirements
    9. 9. Agenda • • • • Why DevOps? What is DevOps? Adopting DevOps o People o Process o Technology IBM DevOps Solution
    10. 10. Deming Cycle  William Deming – American statistician  Major influencer of Japanese manufacturing and business alit Qu y  Famous for Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle (Deming Cycle) – I like “Adjust” versus “Act”  PDCA cycles found in DevOps 10 William Edwards Deming
    11. 11. DevOps Enterprise capability for continuous software delivery that enables clients to seize market opportunities and reduce time to customer feedback DevOps Lifecycle Customers Business Owners Development/ Test Operations/ Production Continuous Innovation, Feedback and Improvements Accelerate Software Delivery Balance speed, cost, quality and risk Reduce time to customer feedback 11 11
    12. 12. DevOps approach: Apply Lean principles to software innovation and delivery to create a continuous feedback loop with customers 1 1. Get ideas into production fast 2. Get people to use it 3. Get feedback 2 Line-ofbusiness Customer Adopt DevOps approach to continuously manage changes, obtain feedback and , deliver changes to users 3 Eliminate any activity that is not necessary for learning what customers want
    13. 13. Case Study: A state department providing medical insurance Key Benefits:  The state department of welfare needed testing integration capabilities to meet the testing needs resulting from the expanded scope of their infrastructure, so that the State could be compliant with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.  IBM software solution was the best fit for the department’s current and future IT needs -offering a complete cross platform software solution, including application development, testing, middleware and services The department needed to leverage a test and integration solution to help meet the state’s needs for development and test of the state’s health care offerings. Rational Test Workbench and Rational Performance Test Server will lead to an application virtualization solution with Rational Test Virtualization Server. 13
    14. 14. Starting Point: Release and Deploy Case Study: WebMD Accelerate delivery of usable increments for continuous outside-in feedback Provide a continuous delivery pipeline that automates deployments to test and production environments Reduce overhead with push-button deployments Quantify change stability and measure transparently for compliance “Before it took 2 days to deploy a build, with uDeploy and our new processes, it takes us less than 60 seconds.” Matthew Wilson Director, Consumer Web Operations
    15. 15. How We are Improving - An Example from CLM (RQM, RTC, RRC) Measures of Operation Lifecycle Measurements 2008 2010 2012 – 2013 Total Improvement Project Initiation 30 days 10 days 2 days 28 days Groomed Backlog 90 days 45 days On-going 89 days Overall Time To Development 120 days 55 days 3 days 117 days Iteration Length 6 weeks 4 weeks 4 weeks 2 weeks 6 8 3 N/A 36 hours 12 hours 8 hours 400 % N/A 18 hours < 1hour 17 hours Iteration Test Time 5 days 2 days 4 hours 4 days Total Deployment Time 2 days 8 hours 2 hours 2 days Overall Time To Production 9 days 3 days 15 hours 8 days 12 Months 12 Months 3 Months 9 Months Number of Iterations Composite Build Time BVT Availability Time Between Releases
    16. 16. Agenda • • • • Why DevOps? What is DevOps? Adopting DevOps o People o Process o Technology IBM DevOps Solution
    17. 17. DevOps Solution: Adoption paths, open platform and key capabilities Business Owner Service Developer Platform Operations Target Customer Plan / Measure Develop / Test Release / Deploy Monitor / Optimize Portfolio Management Code Deployment Monitoring Requirements Test Provisioning Customer Feedback Collaboration Change & Configuration Management Jazz, OSLC and Open Standards Platform Dashboards/ Analytics
    18. 18. Adopting DevOps: People/Culture • Common Business Objectives • Vision Statement • Common measures of Success • Across suppliers – System Integrators, other agencies • The case for and against ‘DevOps Team’ Team Lead Team Member Users External System Team Auditors Product Owner Team Member 18 Team Member Domain Experts Senior Executives Operations Staff Gold Owner Support Staff
    19. 19. Adopting DevOps: People/Culture • Building a DevOps Culture • There is no Silver Bullet • Right People are needed Team Lead Team Member Users External System Team Auditors Product Owner Team Member 19 Team Member Domain Experts Senior Executives Operations Staff Gold Owner Support Staff
    20. 20. Adopting DevOps: People/Culture • Organizational Change ‘Shift Left’ – Operational Concerns ‘Shift Left’ – Operational Concerns Build ‘Application aware’ Environments Build ‘Application aware’ Environments Environment Sprints Environment Sprints
    21. 21. Agenda • • • • Why DevOps? What is DevOps? Adopting DevOps o People o Process o Technology IBM DevOps Solution
    22. 22. Adopting DevOps: Process • DevOps as a Business Process • A Process to get Capabilities from Ideation to Value • Apply Lean Thinking to Processes 22
    23. 23. Adopting DevOps: Process Key Capabilities 1. Collaborative Development & Continuous Integration 2. Continuous Business Planning 3. Continuous Release and Deploy 4. Continuous Testing 5. Continuous Feedback
    24. 24. Adopting DevOps: Process 1. Collaborative Development and Continuous Integration Mobile App Developent Teams Back-end Services Developent Teams http://bit.ly/PRQ4a7
    25. 25. Adopting DevOps: Process 2. Continuous Business Planning 3. Continuous Release and Deploy 4. Continuous Testing 5. Continuous Feedback http://bit.ly/PRQ4a7
    26. 26. Agenda • • • • Why DevOps? What is DevOps? Adopting DevOps o People o Process o Technology IBM DevOps Solution
    27. 27. Adopting DevOps: Technology /* REXX */ /* REXX BIND processor sample */ trace o Arg PACKAGE DBRM rcode = 0 /* Set BIND options */ SYSTEM = 'DSN9' i = Pos('(', DBRM) len = Length(DBRM) LIBRARY = Substr(DBRM, 1, i - 1) MEMBER = Substr(DBRM, i + 1, len - i - 1) OWNER = 'DEVDBA' ACTION = 'REPLACE' VALIDATE = 'RUN' ISOLATION = 'CS' EXPLAIN = 'NO' QUALIFIER = 'DEVDBA' Call Bind_it Exit rcode Bind_it: /* Create a bind control statement as a single long line. Then */ /* queue that into a FIFO stack */ DB2_Line = "BIND PACKAGE("PACKAGE")" ||, " LIBRARY('"LIBRARY"')" ||, " MEMBER("MEMBER")" ||, " OWNER("OWNER")" ||, " ACTION("ACTION")" ||, " VALIDATE("VALIDATE")" ||, " ISOLATION("ISOLATION")" ||, " EXPLAIN("EXPLAIN")" ||, " QUALIFIER("QUALIFIER")" /* Write the bind control statement to the data queue and execute */ /* DB2I to perform the bind. */ queue DB2_Line queue "End" Address TSO "DSN SYSTEM("SYSTEM")" rcode = RC Return • Infrastructure as Code/Software Defined Environments package "apache2" do package_name node['apache']['package'] end service "apache2" do case node['platform_family'] when "rhel", "fedora", "suse" service_name "httpd" # If restarted/reloaded too quickly httpd has a habit of failing. # This may happen with multiple recipes notifying apache to restart - like # during the initial bootstrap. restart_command "/sbin/service httpd restart && sleep 1" reload_command "/sbin/service httpd reload && sleep 1"
    28. 28. Adopting DevOps: Technology • Common Collaboration Tools • Common Work Item Management Tool • Dashboards to show status/progress 28
    29. 29. Agenda • • • • Why DevOps? What is DevOps? Adopting DevOps o People o Process o Technology IBM DevOps Solution
    30. 30. DevOps Solution: Adoption paths, open platform and key capabilities Business Owner Service Developer Platform Operations Target Customer Plan / Measure Develop / Test Release / Deploy Monitor / Optimize Portfolio Management Code Deployment Monitoring Requirements Test Provisioning Customer Feedback Collaboration Change & Configuration Management Jazz, OSLC and Open Standards Platform Dashboards/ Analytics
    31. 31. UrbanCode: premier Release and Deploy Automation Solution Enabling clients to more rapidly deliver mobile, cloud, big data and traditional applications with high quality and low risk IBM UrbanCode Release IBM UrbanCode Deploy • • • • • 31 Simplifies deployment automation for applications Manage configurations across environments Intelligent deployment artifact tracking Higher quality with repeatable, reliable, and governed processes Technology plugins supported out of the box • • • • • Define, manage, and coordinate operational releases Aggregates applications into single release Phases to support quality and geo dispersed deployments Coordinate manual and automated tasks Replaces manual spreadsheets and documents
    32. 32. Improve Delivery Lifecycle with Software Defined Environments Build Automation Build Automation SCM SCM Pull changes Publish build IBM PureApplication System SmartCloud Orchestrator Execute application deployment and manage settings across environments Environments Provision platform DEV DEV DEV DEV DEV DEV QA QA PROD PROD Patch/update Platform Config Management IBM Endpoint IBM Endpoint Manager Manager Deploy early and Deploy early and often to ensure often to ensure higher quality and higher quality and faster releases faster releases using repeatable, using repeatable, reliable, and reliable, and managed managed automation automation
    33. 33. Application Deployment vs Environment Provisioning Capabilities Security, approvals and promotion of applications through different stages. Application Application Automated Deployment of all components of Application (DB, Web, Mobile) IBM UrbanCode Deploy Middleware Middleware Cloud Provisioning (IBM PureApplication System) Middleware Middleware Packaged Packaged Software Software Packaged Packaged Software Software OS OS OS OS Compute | | Compute Storage Storage Compute | | Compute Storage Storage Network Network Cloud Management Automated Middleware configuration required for Application Deployment Discover MW Configuration for WAS Virtual System Pattern Creation and Provisioning Self Service Portal for VM Provisioning Image Library (Search / Compare, Versioning, and SW Stacks) Basic Single Image Composition, Manipulation of images with preconfigured middleware Multi-tenancy, Isolation, Rapid , Scalable Provisioning Cloud Administration
    34. 34. Virtual System Patterns VirtualAppliance Appliance Virtual Operating system Software application Operating system Software application Virtual HTTP Appliance Server Metadata Virtual Application Appliance Server Virtual Application Appliance Server Virtual Appliances Operating system Metadata Metadata Operating system Virtual Application Patterns Metadata Virtual System Patterns • Standard software installation and configuration on OS • Automated deployment of middleware topologies • Images created through extend/capture • Traditional administration and management model • Traditional administration and management model • Application and infrastruture driven elasticity • Highly automated deployments using expert patterns • Business policy driven elasticity • Built for the cloud environment • Leverages elastic workload management services • Infrastructure driven elasticity Virtual Appliances Standard TCO existing applications Virtual System Patterns Improved TCO virtualized applications Virtual Application Patterns Best TCO cloud applications
    35. 35. Continuous Delivery to Cloud The freedom to provision a version of a full stack or incrementally deploy an application version into an already provisioned environment IBM UrbanCode Deploy Blueprint Blueprint Resource Resource Application Application Template Template Environments | Processes | Configurations Import pattern Deploy app Create env from pattern  Capture cloud pattern to be used for creating an Environment  Incremental deployment of application builds to cloud environments  Map the application to multiple cloud patterns DEV DEV DEV DEV DEV DEV QA QA PROD PROD
    36. 36. Using Chef Solo to configure a Component  Chef is a ruby-based automation platform created by Opscode  Chef Solo runs a local client to “converge” the node which just means execute the automation Replace tokens in the Optionally install chefOptionally install chefsolo onto the host, or solo onto the host, or pre-install into virtual pre-install into virtual image image Replace tokens in the *_node.json files which *_node.json files which are included in the are included in the component artifacts component artifacts  We can embed Chef recipes in a Component version, and use properties known to UCD to drive customization of the recipe – Example: replace token with value of database hostname, which will then by used by the recipe to configure the connection Invoke chef-solo –N Invoke chef-solo –N <nodeName> to <nodeName> to configure the host configure the host
    37. 37. Application-centric middleware configuration management Middleware Administrator -orApplication Developer Deployment Automation Developer 2 - Plugin Artifact Library 3 - Import 4 - Assemble 5 - Publish Exemplar WAS Cell 6 – Define Deployment Process Cluste Cluste rr WAR WAR templa templa DB DB te te Application EAR EAR WAS Configuration Template Application Deployment Automation WAS Configuration Template Creation Dev QA Prod Application Environments
    38. 38. IBM UrbanCode Deploy v6.0 Accelerate continuous testing with Service Virtualization 1 IBM UrbanCode Deploy RTW plugin Test Deplo y Dev Dev QA QA RTVS plugin 3 Rational Test Workbench 2 Confi gure Databases Mainframe applications Third-party Services Virtualized services Rational Test Virtualization Server Deploy what is ready, virtualize the rest - Enable continuous integration testing and progressive deployments throughout the software delivery lifecycle for complex applications Automate the creation of virtual test environments as part of the end-to-end DevOps process Establish a virtual system pattern with automated deployment to standardize and share test environments quickly and easily across projects and teams Enable an end-to-end Agile software delivery process Increase the frequency of releases by testing earlier in the development cycle and deploying reliably to pre-production and production environments..
    39. 39. IBM UrbanCode Deploy v6.0 DevOps for Mobile IBM UrbanCode Deploy RTW Mobile IBM UrbanCode Release IBM UrbanCode Build Mobile Application Deploy Process Worklight Console Accelerate delivery of mobile apps focusing on quality and user experience – Automate deployment of Worklight mobile applications as part of end-to-end delivery process. Continuous Feedback and Optimization using Tealeaf helps monitor user sentiment and usage, letting teams react to poor feedback before it spirals Application Center adapter .wlapp Binary (IPA/APK)
    40. 40. IBM UrbanCode Deploy v6.0 – Plug-ins • • • • 40 51 plug-ins from15 different vendors and open source organizations Broad range of plugins supported: • Application servers • Databases • Messaging platforms • Test automation • Issue tracking systems • Operating system services • Cloud platforms • Issue tracking • Even more… Plug-ins can be downloaded for free from http://plugins.urbancode.com/IBMUrbanCodeDeploy Dedicated team focused on rapid delivery of new and updated plug-ins IBM Confidential: NDA
    41. 41. Example DevOps Tool Chain Incrementally adopt when/if needed Rational Focal Point Rational Requirements Composer IBM UrbanCode Release Line of Business SmartCloud Orchestrator IBM Pure Application System IBM UrbanCode Deploy Jenkins IBM UrbanCode Build Rational Application Developer Rational Team Concert Rational Quality Manager Rational Test Workbench Rational Test Virtualization Server SmartCloud Application Performance Management 41
    42. 42. DevOps for Dummies – available now! 42 http://ibm.co/devopsfordummies
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