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    The Future of DevOps: Predictions for 2019

    By Joyce Wells, DBTA

    The term DevOps – or the methodology that promotes closer collaboration between development and IT operations teams – was coined nearly 10 years ago by Patrick DeBois. In this article from DBTA, part of a larger series with IOUG’s SELECT, IT execs share their predictions on DevOps in 2019.



    Looking Outside Your Discipline
    By Jonathan Gennick | Edited by Kristin Fields

    It’s easy in the tech world to value deeper and deeper expertise on increasingly arcane topics. We build self-images and reputations around expertise on the finer points of technology and sometimes miss the greater gains to be had. In this article, author Jonathan Gennick shares how looking outside his discpline helped lead him to having his best year yet in terms of new projects. If you're attending OpenWorld, or just looking to gain a new perspective, consider the advice Gennick shares in this month's issue of IOUG Press Corner.  




    The Cloud is Now 
    By Mark van de Wiel, HVR CTO | SPONSORED CONTENT

    Organizations have adopted the cloud with open arms and for good reason, but not without challenges. 





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