Adapt for the future of AI-powered software development
The landscape of software development is undergoing a transformative shift evidenced by the surge of Generative AI tools being introduced in 2023. Prepare your organization for the benefits and challenges that AI will be bringing to the table.
As leading practitioners for more than 17 years, our team here at Eficode has seen trends come and go. Each year we present our views on the most important changes in software development.
In this DevOps eBook (pdf), we’ll be exploring four key trends for 2024 that will define the intersection of AI and DevOps, including a look at:
- GenAI and the need for DevOps as a safety net
- Tooling consolidation for moving to big platforms
- Compliance and security
- Platform engineering becoming more user-centric
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Watch insightful talks from The DEVOPS Conference
How to build an internal platform that meets developer needs
Hear how TV 2, one of Denmark's largest TV broadcasting companies, is starting to build and shape a completely fresh Internal Developer Platform.
From ChatGPT to production
Patrick Debois walks us through the steps to bring your dreams to production. He addresses both business and technical aspects as he provides examples of the journey from taking it from dev to ops with a dash of security
Let's call platforms what they really are, ways to provide something-as-a-Service
Abby Bangser, Principal Engineer at Syntasso looks beyond the definition of platform engineering to interrogate the outcomes promised by platforms and what that means in practice.
GenAI vs. The Corporate
Michael Vormittag from Daimler Truck sheds some light on how corporates might need to look into the topic, which considerations they have to take as well which opportunities can be seized and which might be more complicated
If I were a CTO, I’d approach platform engineering like this
Platform engineering has been echoing through tech corridors for some time, but how do you build a platform team and an IDP in reality? How do you measure success in platform engineering?
Get tips and lessons learned from Dan Grøndahl Glavind, DevOps Consultant. Based on his experience with platform engineering, he addresses the goals, mindset, and challenges of a platform team, as well as how to ignite enthusiasm and get everyone on board in your organization.Read blog series
DevOps for executives
A guide to understanding the big picture of DevOps
DevOps is no longer a competitive advantage. Today, DevOps adoption is so widespread that it has become an industry standard. The question is no longer: why should my company prioritize a DevOps transformation? Instead, it is: will we survive if we don’t?
Successful DevOps adoption eases the pressure off engineering departments and top management. Software projects reach the finishing line faster, simpler, and in the process every department benefits.
Understanding the big picture of DevOps makes choosing solutions and planning a way forward for your company easier. This guide will give you the understanding of DevOps you need to scale it across your organization and improve business outcomes.
The guide is organized into three parts:
- Cultural practices
- Technical practices
- Leading successful DevOps transformations
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As DevOps adapts to GenAI challenges, organizations need robust strategies, including governance frameworks, security, compliance, and balancing control with creativity in software development.
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