Navigating Change Blog
There is no textbook for where our organizations or societies are going next with the rapid, exponential changes in technology and services possible as a result. The next seven years will see more change than the last 20 years combined in terms of network devices, data on the planet, and computational capabilities.
In this second of three special blog posts, our founder and CEO, Anirudh Kulkarni, asks David Bray a few questions about the topic of his talk.
Dr. David Bray’s keynote is entitled “Needed Now More Than Ever: Positive #ChangeAgents Across Sectors” and will focus on why and how we all can be change agents in our rapidly changing world while highlighting meaningful multi-sector strategies for delivering results differently and better.
We carefully evaluate various strategies including a lift and shift ( re-host in cloud) alongside opportunistic migrations (re-architect, replace, and/or retire targeted systems) to design and plan the transition.
This is the first in a series of six “DevOps Quests” we will undertake together. Why a quest? DevOps is a never-ending journey and we are searching for knowledge to help us along the way, plus quests are fun and everyone can use a little adventure! Great, yeah? Oh,...
There are about four billion health insurance claims processed in the United States, and the National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association estimates a loss of $56.7 to $170 billion annually, leading to higher health care costs and taxes.
The term “DevOps” may present difficulty for the uninitiated; it is semantically overloaded, meaning more than just developer and operation teams working together to deliver software. Which of the seemingly endless interpretations is correct?
Migration to the next generation architecture can require organizations to slay or split monolithic applications that do not support interoperability.
Is it already 2018? The relentless march of time continues, but at a continuously changing pace. As CVP enters its 15th year, it is hard to wrap my head around how much has changed since we started the business in 2003…
A successful modernization effort is not based off a solid technology roadmap alone. It requires getting management, product owners, IT staff, and users engaged in supporting the effort from start to finish.
Many organizations have examined how change – planned and unexpected – has impacted their culture, their staff, and their productivity. As a result, Organizational Change Management (OCM) has become an important component of all corporate endeavors.
Natural disasters can overwhelm even the best-laid plans for disaster recovery and contingency operations in unexpected ways. Migrating to the cloud can help by…
Retaining employees who can navigate constant change in the business and technology landscape is critical. When and how the company approaches employee engagement and company culture makes a big difference for an employee and the team.
You have likely heard of Bitcoin in the news. Bitcoin is a digital currency implemented on top of an idea called a blockchain. Why did it use blockchain and what is blockchain? How could this technology be applied elsewhere? Every physical dollar bill has a unique...
Tech savvy is a term used to describe people who have not only been raised on the technology wave but are advocates for its rapid adoption. This generational cohort is also called the Millennials. Some observers may stereotype this group, but Millennials come from...
In this age of data acceleration, it’s sometimes better to skim off the cream of the data while it’s fresh, rather than let it pile up in a warehouse for monthly or quarterly batch jobs. If a developer started racking up lots of charges accidentally, we don’t want to wait until tomorrow.
BizDevOps embraces the idea that DevOps doesn’t exist in a vacuum – you need product owners, business analysts, developers, integrators and stakeholders being involved from the start.
As the remote workforce continues to grow, the practice of working from a coffee shop or other public space is often seen as essential. Given that almost all Internet services are protected by TLS these days, does the use of public networks remain a concern?
Innovation is as essential to an organization as air is to humans but defining it isn’t so easy. Get some insights on how innovation can help move an organization forward.
Change is continuous. CVP is ready and is responding with new solutions and strategies to prepare organizations for a culture of continuous change.
In DevOps, Dev is the development team that brings innovation with the goal of getting it into users’ hands as soon as possible.
A generation of young people was born during a technology boom – can the workforce accommodate them? Read the full blog post.
“Breaking Biases” is central to change at an organization. Learn how biases can stall change and how to break down barriers to move an organization forward.
Even though technology solutions solve big needs, understanding their impact on an organization and its culture is the most significant piece.