At InfoFaces, DevSecOps is seen as a discipline, which allows us to bridge the gap between ongoing development and operations. It focuses both the development team’s drive for agility responsiveness and the Operation team’s concern with quality and stability on the ultimate goal of providing business value. With DevSecOps, we obtain the following advantages:
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Many oil and gas producers have been badly jammed since the slip in global oil prices from 2014, leading several of the firms to restructuring, refinancing and cost-cutting of business operations, often through asset disposals and layoffs. Some of the leaders in oil and gas industry say,
Everyone needs a doctor’s assistance at one point in time or another, and we all would expect our doctors to treat us with at most care. We believe that doctors are all experts and that there goes a thorough analysis behind all their medical decisions. But that can’t always hold true.
The latest education trends are giving way to a drastic renovation of the way educational firms operate. The major contributor for these developmental changes is technology. Decades-old practices of using paper, pencils and books are being replaced by iPads and electronic textbooks. Students are bringing their own devices into classrooms, and teachers are opting to either fight it or go with the flow.
People analytics is the new buzzword in talent management. After years of talking about the opportunity to apply data to people decisions, companies are now marching forward and making the venture. According to a recent study, only 8% of firms feel that their organization is robust in applying people analytics. While HR leaders mostly agree that HR analytics is a key vital thing to address complex business and talent needs,
Everybody has been telling you that data is the future. These days your systems allow you to capture more data than ever before, in your warehouse, in your supply chain, about your customers. The opportunity to make better decisions is on the rise as the amount of data being stored surges. Between 2009 and 2020, the “digital universe” is expected to grow by a factor of 44 – increasing from c. 0.8 Zettabyte (ZB) to greater than 35 ZB.