The promise behind agile approaches is to provide greater value within shorter time frames. In other words, to increase ROI by delivering the most important things first, those that bring the most value. But the value is only delivered when it is in production, when it is in the hands of actual users. This is why it is important to connect the "development" team with the "deployment" IT team.
IBM to acquire Red Hat for $34 billion.
This deal is the biggest Linux and open-source acquisition ever.
Recent news as the acquisition of RedHat by IBM shows once more time that "Open source is the default choice for modern IT solutions [ ...]." as says Jim Whitehurst, Red Hat's CEO.
DevOps is a good way to make your software launches faster, more secure, and successful. Of course, there is no secret tool that will make you and your team DevOps, or even Agile. But there are tools that can dramatically help teams accelerate quality deliveries. In this article, we help you better understand which tools can do what for whom.
As a Project Manager, are you tired of awaiting for administrator approvals? Have you ever wish to set up your own user groups? To control access rights to your project items: tasks, repositories, docs? Do you feel the default workflow does not fit your way of working? Keep relax. Your dream will come true.
Congrats you are a Super Admin. You have all the powers on your Tuleap instance. But be careful, huge power means huge responsabilities. You can do lot of things being a global administrator of a Tuleap platform. Three of them are managing users, projects and available tools.
One Tuleap platform can host dozens, hundreds and even thousands projects and people at the same place, wherever they are. Faster to maintain, easier to manage, the centralisation of people, workspaces and tools make IT people job better