The last application lifecycle

All application life cycles - even the funky new Agile/DevOps ones - will degenerate into the trad old generic app support model as the business loses interest and the build team loses funding, unless of course the app gets retired first.

Considerations for Multi-Speed IT

Recently I posted about the "Big idea" I am focused on for 2015: Multi-Speed IT Capability. Let's drill down into some of the further considerations that come out of that.

Multi-Speed IT

© Copyright Canstock Photo IncEnterprises are wrestling with the conflicting needs to chase competitiveness in a world of endlessly changing technology, whilst still remaining mindful and careful. In IT we are caught in the same bind. I have written about this squeeze before in "To Protect and Serve".

This year I'm looking at solutions: how IT can deal with the dichotomy with Multi-Speed IT. By embracing Agile, DevOps, BYOD and other "liberation" approaches, and integrating them into our ITSM, risk, and governance practices, we can create an IT environment with a better chance of responding at the speed of business, whatever the business chooses that speed to be. This article proposes a nuanced approach to two-speed IT, where each lifecycle implementation is a blend of the two "speeds".

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