We're already in week 42, can you believe it. End of next week a huge trek of MIcrosofties heads out to Barcelona, Spain, for TechEd. Should be very, very exciting, specifically for DevOps interested people. Check out an earlier post http://bit.ly/1nYE73z. Now, let's do the links. As always, I am very interested in your favorite DevOps link(s) of this week. Please share them in the comments. I’ll read them all and will give you my biased opinion. Links are not in a particular order nor do they express a certain preference.
I show you mine, you show me yours.
- DevOps + IoT
About the relevance of DevOps methodologies in a world of plenty of devices.
- 6 Ways CIOs Are Moving to the Digital Enterprise
Digital Enterprise is more than a buzzword and CIOs know best. This article goes into discovery of new revenue streams, cultural implications and more of the enterprise in a digital world.
- Experiment with Organizational Change Before Going All In
Know before you go. Especially for a DevOps transformation you want to try on a smaller scale before you go all in. This post from Harvard Business Review provides additional insights and tips.
- DevOps Talent: Grow It Internally
That is exactly what I am preaching all the time. Before you go and hire new talent from the outside, look inside your company. The best “new hires” might be the ones you hired a while back. Useful insights on InformationWeek.
- Broad Support for Docker in Windows Server and on Microsoft Azure announced
This week Microsoft announced native support for Docker container technologies in the next version of its Windows Server platform as well as in Microsoft Azure.
- Ghost in the (Bourne Again) Shell: Fallout of Shellshock far from over
After Heartbleed, Shellshock. What’s next? The list of Open Source vulnerabilities seems to grow by the week
- "Six Challenges Facing DevOps in 2015"
DevOps, like any other fundamental change, comes with its challenges. Each group will discover its own issues to overcome. Trevor Parsons believes to have found 6 challenges we will face in 2015. Only so much, they ain’t new. A good refresher anyway.
- How to Invent the Future
Some pretty neat thoughts about how to and how not to invent the future. This and why a monkey doesn’t want to climb a ladder to get to a banana. Head over to hbr.org. It’s worth it.