In the 26-criteria evaluation of continuous delivery and release automation (CDRA) providers, we identified the 15 most significant — Atlassian, CA technologies, Chef Software, Clarive, CloudBees, electric Cloud, Flexagon, Hewlett packard enterprise (Hpe), IBM, Micro Focus, Microsoft, puppet, Red Hat, VMware, and Xebialabs — and researched, analyzed, and scored them. We focused on core features, including modeling, deploying, managing, governing, and visualizing pipelines, and on each vendor’s ability to match a strategy to these features. this report helps infrastructure and operations (I&o) professionals make the right choice when looking for CDRA solutions for their development and operations (Devops) automation.
To help organizations in their pursuit for deeper customer insight, we have identified four stages of organizational capabilities, which are enabled by four associated customer analytics strategies. Read to find out more.
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The transformation imperative is now the imperative of the entire enterprise. The challenge to leaders of top financial services firms is to build operating models that are ready for anything. Join American Banker Editor-at-Large, Penny Crosman, and former IBM Global leader for strategy and design, Robert Schwartz, as they discuss this idea, pulling clips from a recent event for industry leaders, including: Bridget van Kalingen, IBM on redefining success with cloud, AI, quantum and blockchain Shari van Cleave, Wells Fargo on rethinking data strategies in the age of AI Bret King, Moven on rebuilding the bank from the ground up Rob Bauer, AIG on the ways to get started with transformative projects Marty Lippert, MetLife on creating space for innovation by migrating core operations off of legacy infrastructure and many more
The implementation of an information strategy is critical to your organization's business success and key to sustaining your competitive advantage. IBM’s Information Agenda has been specifically designed to help. Philip Howard of Bloor Research has helpful insights on getting started.
The online customer experience, Web 2.0 and the consumerization of technology are driving online sales strategies, as well as the demand for site redesigns and upgrades. Use this Magic Quadrant during vendor evaluation and selection.
Software and systems are essential to nearly every business. Global organizations require software solutions that span geographic boundaries, cultures, and business units and that comply with corporate governance mandates. Such global businesses must collaborate effectively and leverage existing investments, or lose out to competitors.
IBM Maximo for Transportation helps you take a strategic role in how you manage the performance of your transportation assets. In this demo you'll see how routine tasks like maintenance, inspections and warranty recovery can be automatically scheduled.
With BPM BlueWorks from IBM, it's never been easier to get started with BPM. Using cloud-based processes and strategy tools, BPM BlueWorks allows you to capture and collaborate on BPM Business Designs, discover and contribute industry-specific BPM content and participate easily in the community. See how today.
In the IBM white paper, "Attaining sustainable growth through corporate social responsibility," you'll see how corporations can differentiate their brands and reputations by helping to maintain society's wellbeing. Plus, you'll learn how corporate social responsibility can generate significant returns.
In today's business environment, having a full audit trail of decision making history is critical. Download this recorded discussion to discover Case Management and listen how organizations are able to optimize outcomes based on advanced intelligence capabilities.
ITIC asserts that IBM's latest Linux-only Power Systems offer current and prospective Big Blue customers high performance and reliability for physical and virtualized environments at an extremely aggressive price point.
In the past, many analysts contended that the private cloud did not provide the efficiency one should demand. IBM zEnterprise changes that, using the concept of the heterogeneous cloud to enable a fit-for-purpose strategy that delivers real value.
This report details our findings about how well each vendor of cloud strategies - Like Box and Cisco Systems, fulfills our criteria for constructing an online collaboration service and where they stand in relation to each other.
Combining the power of cloud computing with the freedom and functionality of mobile devices can give enterprises access to a wide range of key benefits. Read on this white paper to learn more about SmartCloud for Business Mobility.
Software Asset Management associated costs have once again risen as a high priority for IT, and rightfully so. This paper offers information on technology that manages software assets cost efficiently, cost effectively in a low risk environment.
When 83 percent of online consumers participate in social
media, it is no surprise that, like bees to honey, marketers are following suit. According to a recent IBM® Unica® survey of marketers, 47 percent of respondents say they currently use social media marketing tactics; in North America, that number jumps to 58 percent. Yet, for all the rush, many marketers are wondering, “where’s the gold?” The IBM Unica survey found that 48 percent of marketers admit that their social media marketing efforts are totally siloed, frustrating their attempts to create richer customer relationships.
ITIC asserts that IBM’s latest Linux-only Power Systems offer current and prospective Big Blue customers high performance and reliability for physical and virtualized environments at an extremely aggressive price point.
A transformation is taking place in how people interact and how relationships form and develop and this is changing the way we socialise, the way we work and the way we engage with our customers. The new normal is that customers are leading the conversations that define your brand, competitors are crowd-sourcing ideas to bring new offerings to market and employees are using social media in all facets of their lives, including work.
This shift in technology and human behaviour presents an opportunity for organisations to improve everything from reinventing customer relationships to how work gets done. A Social Business embraces networks of people to create business value and activates networks of people that apply relevant content and expertise to improve and accelerate core and ad hoc processes, delivering unprecedented return for the time invested.
Are you considering in-house disaster recovery management? In the last five years, many companies have. But did you know that without the proper resources in place, managing disaster recovery yourself can put a strain on your budget, your staff and your disaster preparedness? Read this IBM-Forrester global study “The Risks of ‘Do It Yourself’ Disaster Recovery” to learn the critical components that make a disaster recovery strategy successful, and the key questions you need to ask before bringing disaster recovery in-house.
According to Dr. Barry Devlin of 9sight Consulting, the truth behind all the talk about big data and the possibilities it can offer is not hard to see, provided that organizations are willing to return to the principles of good data management processes.
To operate effectively in different markets, Finnish manufacturer Meka Pro needed to be able to adjust its pricing and manufacturing strategies to each locality, but had no insight into their own data. Read this case study to learn how Meka Pro used IBM® Cognos® software modules to make faster, better business decisions and improve profitability.
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