Webinar: 3 smart strategies for maximizing the Cloud with DevOps

Posted by Igor Mameshin on Jun 6, 2019 8:37:28 PM

Join Agile Stacks and Stratus10 for a discussion of successful DevOps strategies to positively impact the entire software development lifecycle. Having a fully optimized DevOps approach helps engineering leaders and their organizations get the most out of the Cloud.

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Topics: Cloud, Cloud Computing, DevOps First, Partners, DevOps Automation, Infrastructure Automation

How to find the perfect partner as a SaaS startup, part 1 of 3

Posted by John Morada on May 25, 2019 10:56:42 PM

This is my first in a three-part series to express my top nine questions used to evaluate the appropriate partnership that Agile Stacks looks to have with other cool companies and startups in infrastructure automation, machine learning, and/or DevOps. The ecosystem is growing so fast that there simply is not enough time nor bandwidth to consider every latest, well-funded software startup in our space. Let's be honest, we make some good choices and we make a few bad ones (hopefully, more good than bad). Using these questions get me through the tough topics that eventually I will need to answer anyway.

For young SaaS companies looking to develop a product and get it to the market as quickly as possible, without neglecting the need to build a sustainable business, finding the right technology partners is high-stakes. The process can seem overwhelming—a little like dating.

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Topics: Partners, Infrastructure Automation, Business Development, Strategic Alliances

Graphical programming naturally fits with infrastructure automation

Posted by Sean O'Shaughnessey on Mar 19, 2019 6:19:34 AM

Graphical programming—or low-code/no-code programming—is excellent for education. When you’re trying to get an 8-year-old to understand programming logic and what software development can accomplish, the ability to create something concrete without spending months learning a programming language or debugging typing or syntax errors is powerful.

When you’re trying to develop a business application, one that has specific, pre-defined business logic associated with it, graphical programming will usually only get you 90% of the way there. When we’re talking about a business application, that isn’t enough. And in most graphical programming platforms, going from 90% to 100% is exceptionally hard.

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Topics: Application Composition, Business Agility, Enterprise Applications, Enterprise Software, PaaS, Reducing Costs of IT, software development, DevOps First, Full Stack Deployment, DevOps Automation, Machine Generated Code, Infrastructure Automation

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