DevOps by Osmosis – Is That Even Possible

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“We don’t do DevOps. We can’t, as our development plans are agreed so far in advance and our priority from a production point of view is to keep our systems available 24/7.” I heard this comment from a pal of mine as we had a quiet beer over the weekend, but I’m sure this comment, […]

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How Atlassian (Jira) enables DevOps

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When Daysha recognized that DevOps was an inevitable outcome for organisations that need to be agile, our customers explicitly stated they wanted solutions not process preaching. We therefore entered into partnership with technology providers where our services complemented their technology to help our clients become agile. This blog focuses on workflow and Atlassian tooling to […]

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DevOps Case Studies

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This is a bank of case studies on DevOps to help those tasked with implementing CI or CD. It can be a reality for organisations large and small independent of sector and technology. Because Daysha is focused on larger indigenous organisations our case studies are more oriented towards financial institutions with legacy technologies. This material […]

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DevOps Learning Links

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Related to an earlier blog with case studies are the following links to DevOps learning which we commonly share with customers. This material has been assembled over the last 2 years by the team at Daysha through attendance at meet up’s in Dublin and London, conferences we have attended in Europe and the US and […]

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DevOps can be stressful

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Stress. It’s a killer. We all recognize that some stress is good, but too much causes significant problems. However, if we can manage that stress, then results can be exceptional, whether that means your football team handles the stress of the occasion and wins the final, or your DevOps project team delivers on-time and to […]

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Building a DevOps Toolchain

Building a DevOps Toolchain is challenging. Firstly its difficult to define what you need and secondly its difficult to select from the myriad of choices out there. In our own business we have selected a set of tools that form the basis for our DevOps solutions. But this came about through a combination of accident […]

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What is DevOps?

DevOps is not easy to define. It is not a methodology, nor is it a set of tools and technologies. It is really an umbrella term for a set of strategies and a cultural shift in how modern organizations deliver value through IT. The goal of DevOps is to ensure that all aspects of your […]

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Enterprise Collaboration and Social Software Not Just a Fad

Current research shows that 74% of all internet users spend some of their time on social networking sites. These numbers show just how important social media has become to the general population; however, growing trends in enterprise collaboration are proving that businesses are embracing these tools as well. Recently released research from Frost and Sullivan, […]

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Collaborative Software for IT Teamwork? Atlassian Leads the way

The market tor IT project software continues to sizzle as the drive to launch more and more innovative products puts particular pressure on IT teams. Why the spike in new software? It turns out that the IT project team approach to product development has simultaneously created an environment of collaboration. This collaborative approach, combined with […]

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