DevOps Learning Links

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

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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Secrets to Finding Great IT Project Managers

A great IT Project Manager can make the difference between a successful project and a dismal failure. But finding great IT Project Manager is very difficult to find. Why is this? In this article you will learn What factors make it difficult to find IT Project Managers How and when to choose internal vs external […]

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The Challenges of Using Agile Project Management with Offshore Partners

We’ve been using Agile Project Management and software development methodologies for a number of years. We use it for internal projects as well as projects with customers. Our customer projects are usually the most challenging since we often have a geographically distributed development team. Typically the team is split between Ireland and mainland Europe. The […]

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Breaking down silos: The Changing Role of Quality Assurance in IT Projects

In our previous article, “DevOps: Can we automate our way to Business and IT Alignment?” we discussed how agile software development has merged with IT operations to better align technology and business teams. Ultimately, the agile movement that spurred on the DevOps phenomenon is test-based, and requires developers to take on a greater role in […]

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DevOps: Can we automate our way to Business and IT Alignment?

How come some organizations appear to move at blistering pace, constantly releasing new software and services, outsmarting competitors, growing revenue, and delighting their customers? How come they seem to get IT right?  Or are we asking the wrong question; could it be that moving at such pace enables them to get IT right? Perhaps moving […]

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