Times have changed. Markets are imploding. Companies are burstingand trying to survive the storms on the rough sea. There's a shiftgoing on in the market and companies have to act, not react. That'swhy they have to think in products - not projects.Why? Because this fundamental shift is driven by the consumer and notthe companies anymore. You have to continually invest in your online/mobileproduct business. And you'll get tremendous profits tomorrow.Björn will show you how.
When I look across many of today's organizations, I see both employees and customers suffering. The work environment is divided amongst departments whose hidden political agendas disconnect them from customers and create dangerous undercurrents. The tremendous energy expended to defend and expand their power and influence within the company crashes through established rules and procedures. Trustfully working together to delight customers becomes an exception rather than the rule.DevOps refocuses the business back on the customers by fostering a corporate culture founded upon transparency and trust. What started out in the IT department, however, is needed throughout the entire organization.Apply DevOps to the whole company and get rid of hidden agendas. Establish business processes which help people collaborate. Grow a culture where delighting the customer is again top priority. This is what the holistic application of DevOps can do for an organization.
Nearly nothing evolves as fast as the web. Nevertheless, web applications can be built to last for years, even in this rapidly changing universe. The secret of a scalable and robust application is hidden in its architecture. In this panel, three leading architects will discuss the architectural requirements of modern, high scalable web applications.