Thursday 19th June, 2014
11:00am to 11:45am
One of the great challenges faced by large IT organizations revolves around the automation of desired state while allowing a diverse set of stakeholders the ability to provide direct input into the configuration management process. The traditional approach of well-defined boundaries and role-based silos quickly becomes a liability in fluid and complex environments where stakeholder analysis, input, and ability to act are critical to business success. Recently, the principles of Continuous Integration have been successfully applied to standard operational models by combining configuration management tools with version control and software review tools. By combining these tools with light-weight processes and a common CI methodology across stakeholder teams, the business needs of any given organization can be met in a more effective fashion.
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