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How Do You Know What Customers Want?
Susan Little

Susan Little | March 29, 2018

How Do You Know What Customers Want?
Now that serverless technology enables building and releasing applications without spending precious time coordinating infrastructure changes, enterprises in particular are finding it easier to deliver a stream of innovative features, updates and products to market faster. And while Stackery is developing a product to uniquely solve the opera...
The People Side of Serverless Adoption
Nate Taggart

Nate Taggart | August 17, 2017

The People Side of Serverless Adoption
Making the technology transition to serverless architecture is a frequent topic these days. Less frequently discussed is the human component of this change, but it’s an equally important topic. Aligning your organization’s people to your technology transition is a critical component in a successful serverless strategy. Preparing for change Le...
Marital Counseling: Ops and Dev
Nate Taggart

Nate Taggart | February 24, 2017

Marital Counseling: Ops and Dev
For the sake of simplicity, let’s ignore the idea of DevOps for a minute, and, to use an analogy, talk about Development and Operations as two partners in a marriage. Like all marriages, this one started happily. Development has a special set of skills that it brings to the relationship. They are often on the front line of requests from other ...
Breaking into DevOps
Nate Taggart

Nate Taggart | February 15, 2017

Breaking into DevOps
DevOps roles are not only one of the hardest roles to fill, they’re also one of the fastest-growing roles in demand. This is good news if you’re looking to shift your career trajectory, but it also means that the definition of this role is still actively changing. So, before we dig into how to get a DevOps job, let’s focus first on what DevOps ...
Bringing Shadow IT into the Fold
Nate Taggart

Nate Taggart | January 30, 2017

Bringing Shadow IT into the Fold
Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, says that “every business will become a software business.” Indeed, it’s not a stretch to see how software is enabling businesses, across the full spectrum of industries, to innovate faster and create new value for their customers and shareholders. What may be less readily apparent is that even within these orga...

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