IDC DevOps - Nordic & Benelux


The ability to rapidly develop digital innovation (digital products and services) is clearly recognized as a core competitive requirement. Software dev and delivery capabilities to drive product and service innovation are identified as the top 2021 investment priority.

Business leaders recognize that software is central to digital innovation and that organizations must become software producers at increasing speed and scale. DevOps practices go hand in hand with digital innovation and there is now concrete evidence that DevOps delivers business results.

The challenge for CIOs is to ensure that enterprise-scale DevOps is achievable. To enable DevOps to become business as usual, organizations must rethink business alignment and governance processes, but also consider tool complexity, culture, automation strategies, organizational goals, skills and sourcing models. CIOs will have to find ways to manage development and delivery processes, to keep all parties aligned, in sync and focused on business value delivery.

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Videos & Presentations

Jen Thomson, IDC: Empowered DevOps: Fact or Fiction?

Michael Cade, Veeam: The Demand for Kubernetes Backup, DR, and App Mobility

Will Cappelli, Splunk: Accelerate Performance and Delivery Cycles with AI-enabled Observability

David Maclean, Palo Alto Networks: Implement a Cloud Security Model like you would Build, Deploy and Nurture an App

Vijay Sharma, Synopsys: Importance of application security education program

Alexander Mohr, Tricentis: Test automation reaches a DevOps tipping point

Audun Strand and Truls Jørgensen, NAV: From 4 releases a year, to once every other minute

Fireside Chat: Liberating Workloads: Cloud Native Data Center as a Service - Jas Atwal, Mirantis & Jan Horsager, IDC

Fireside chat: How to balance DevSecOps and human intervention - Per-Olof Persson, Synopsys & Jen Thomson, IDC