Orchestrating agile development, composite applications and cloud computing for better, faster apps delivery

 Being a VP or director of IT Applications is a lot like serving as the maestro for a huge symphony orchestra.   In your role you are probably pursuing the use of three initiatives within your IT applications department:  agile development, composite applications and cloud computing.  But are you doing so in concert?

 

conductor.pngThere’s little doubt that the three trends of agile development, composite applications and cloud computing have improved the way you build and deliver apps. But the real value is in using all three together as part of the same strategic aim: to deliver better applications faster.  Are you interested in what can happen when these trends are pursued independently?  And what  application lifecycle management benefits can be gained when the three are practiced in harmony?  

 

 

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Judy Redman has been writing about all areas of technology for more than 20 years.


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