“You’re Going To What?”

This is Part 2 of two-part blog post about Release Automation. Click the link to read Part 1 – “We’re going to automate this process”. “You’re going to what? Not an unusual reaction when you tell someone you’re going to increase the amount of work going through their remit by a factor of several hundred. […]

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Atlassian Summit Europe Learnings

On May 2nd – 4th, 4 members of the Daysha team attended the first European Atlassian Summit in Barcelona. This blog is a collection of information gathered throughout the summit whether it be by attending various talks or speaking to other attendees. The Daily Telegraph This presentation was made at the Atlassian Summit conference in […]

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How Atlassian (Jira) enables DevOps

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

  This is a bank of DevOps Case Studies to help those tasked with implementing CI or CD. dayshaIt 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 has […]

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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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2014: Will we see the death of the RFP?

Let’s say you are a global IT firm in need of a partner to help develop a competitor to Apple’s iPhone. How will your requests to prospective outsourcing partners read? Will you ask for a smart phone designed to do exactly what the iPhone does (choice number one)? Or will you ask for a more […]

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Why Apple Is Leading The Way On BYOD

Something that comes up time and again in our conversations with customers is the issue of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). Since the launch of the iPhone and iPad, the growth in mobile device and personal technology has been accelerating. Not so long ago corporations controlled access to mobile computing devices for their employees. Now […]

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How BYOD Will Change The Way We Work

The increase in the number of employees now bringing their own devices (BYOD) into the modern working environment is only going to increase in popularity and regularity. For those of us old enough to recall the first wholesale roll out of desk top computers into offices across the globe the relatively new phenomenon of employees […]

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