The opinionated Liatrio team shares their thoughts about DevOps, Lean Delivery Practices, delivery processes and technologies, and new developments in the industry.
In a typical enterprise, many important tests are often delayed due to manual processes and bureaucratic red tape. These delays can have a big impact on delivery schedules.
Those of us who work in DevOps know that certain application patterns are easy to automate, while others can be very difficult. Case in point: Watson Explorer.
KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North American 2018 kicks off in just a few days, and we at Liatrio couldn’t be more excited to attend this sold-out conference.
Security is important and implementing good security practices is a challenge. When you’re managing resources in a shared cloud environment, you need to keep particular considerations in mind.
Anytime you want to deploy to an environment, it’s critical that these external dependencies are already up and running or are deployed along with your service.
The DevOps movement has long emphasized the importance of workplace culture, particularly focusing on the relationship between development teams and IT operations teams.
A challenging new role + a like-minded team = a great place to work.
All this begs two questions: In the age of lean agile continuous delivery, is there also a leaner, more agile approach to QA? And if so, what does a lean approach to QA look like?
Due to the advantages championed by the DevOps movement, companies of all sizes are looking to get in on the DevOps action.
Is a retro approach to QA cramping your enterprise transformation? Lots of ’80s trends are in style, but old-school approaches won’t work for your transformation.
We are beginning to build a DevOps Fluency model for enterprises to identify and articulate the behaviors, benefits, and investment needed to achieve specific outcomes.
DevOps Enterprise Summit Las Vegas 2018 took place in Las Vegas from October 22-24, and @teamliatrio had a great time bringing our largest number of consultants ever.
Enterprises look like very busy places. There is a lot of activity – massive projects, long off-sites, strategy sessions, big investment portfolios, and a whole lot of action. But is work really getting done?
We at Liatrio have been doing a lot of DevOps Enterprise Summit 2018 planning, and we’re getting ready to show up in full force with our consultants who lead our clients on their DevOps Transformation journeys.
As Liatrio continues to grow, we are continually seeking highly qualified engineers and consultants to help us expand the depth and breadth of our capabilities.
DevOps Enterprise Summit 2018 is taking place in Las Vegas from October 22-24. Speakers from diverse industries will discuss how they are building DevOps and continuous delivery into their organizations.
Today, achieving enterprise quality is an ongoing struggle. Various reasons for this struggle include a lack of engineering focus around quality and too great a focus on delivery dates and tools over frameworks.
The Liatrio team is led by technology veterans with expertise in applying results-driven, lean software development principles and change management methodologies in order to transform the way our clients work.
At Liatrio, the interviewing and hiring process isn’t fast, and DevOps hiring success doesn’t come easily. Not every candidate fits the bill, and that’s how it should be.
Here, we’ll discuss the last three phases of that process and describe how we reach hiring decisions.
Here, we’ll discuss the first three phases of the interview process.
In today’s fast-paced world of high-demand tech candidates, companies have fewer good candidates to choose from than in the past.
Monitorama is a conference about … monitoring! I know, confusing, right? Well, my goal in attending the conference was to learn from industry experts about their paths and innovative approaches to effective monitoring.
In this tutorial, I’ll explain how to use Serverless secrets in Jenkinsfile pipelines