What’s Next in DevOps?

This article was originally published in InfoQ Key Takeaways The shift from project to product continues, with an eye towards long-term maintainability and adaptability. The shift to small, semi-autonomous teams continues, as does the market for platforms that integrate and aggregate information from disparate tools. The growing importance of data …

A Salesforce Admin’s Guide to Doing DevOps

Originally published on Salesforce Ben Organizations are increasingly reliant on digital systems, and trust the teams that maintain them to deliver innovation without risking downtime. Salesforce provides an extremely stable platform that allows no-code admins to innovate swiftly to meet changing business needs. The scope and complexity of most Salesforce …

Come together: Integrating admins and developers around Salesforce

This article was originally published in ITProPortal Across the globe, organisations and businesses rely ever more on digital systems and have to increasingly trust the teams that maintain them to deliver innovation without risking downtime. Salesforce has become a leading enabler of business innovation by providing no-code admins with easy-to-use …

Get security and compliance with DevSecOps: 4 key components

This article was originally published on TechBeacon Businesses today are in a highly regulated world where data privacy and trust have become critical to retaining customers and avoiding fines. To keep up, organizations are “shifting-left” on security and compliance by building these features into the development process early, rather than addressing them through later …