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The successful shaping of an organization's DevOps culture depends on a few key factors: leadership, technology, and investment in quality training resources

"With Red Hat's immersive DevOps curriculum-featuring courses on open practices to culture enablement - these critical concepts can help catalyze widespread transformation within your organization.

Why DevOps training matters

Given context clues, it might be easy to conclude that DevOps is a combination of development and operations workstreams. When we take a closer look, DevOps begins to take shape as a series of ideas and practices, ways of working, and approaches to product development that provide value to both the customer and the IT organization..."


Global strategic partnership joins execution management with an open, hybrid cloud approach to help drive flexibility and speed for enterprise digital transformation

"Celonis, IBM and Red Hat today announced a global strategic partnership to help accelerate the adoption of the Celonis Execution Management System (EMS) and help deliver more flexibility and choice in how customers deploy the technology. The collaboration seeks to accelerate how customers apply process mining, intelligence and automation to the core enterprise system functions and processes that drive business execution..."

Friday Five - April 2, 2021
Red Hat News, April 2nd, 2021
The Friday Five is a weekly Red Hat blog post with 5 of the week's top news items and ideas from or about Red Hat and the technology industry. Consider it your weekly digest of things that caught our eye.

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4 Beta now available
  • ComputerWeekly - Red Hat on containers: Goldilocks and the distributed monolith
  • Taking the plunge into open source
  • Protocol - IBM doubles down on OpenShift
  • Technically Speaking (S1E03): A vested interest in 5G

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Davie Street Enterprises (DSE) continues its digital transformation journey. After transforming the culture, standardizing and automating the IT infrastructure, deploying a middleware strategy, and deploying its cloud strategy, DSE is beginning to shift towards DevOps

"This is where DSE can leverage the cultural changes implemented within its development and operations teams to release features faster than the competition, using container technology.

To launch DevOps into production, DSE is holding itself accountable for ensuring security is integrated into the culture and process. Security has been the top priority for DSE ever since its 2020 website outage, which involved a security breach among other factors. Security has now almost grinded DSE's traditional development cycles to a halt, so this transformation over to DevOps couldn't have come at a better time..."

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