Managing benefit plans is time-consuming and subject to human error, which can affect performance and regulatory compliance. A firm alignment between business and IT leads to efficient benefits plan management.
As teams transition to Agile, it is important to maintain traceability between old and new processes and artifacts.
Rather than creating one big software release at the end of the development process as in the traditional waterfall approach, an iterative waterfall uses multiple “mini-releases”. There are still distinct phases, but they are intertwined and overlap with each other.
A key step in your DevOps journey is the implementation of Agile Teams. In this approach, separate agile teams are designated for each step of full integration of new software. The teams work together to ensure agility and continuity.
By leveraging automation to create robust feedback loops that will make DevOps fast, practical and very real for even regulated environments like healthcare. GalaxE can help you benchmark your current DevOps maturity and has provided a roadmap to reach your full potential.
In order to be truly effective, DevOps relies on Continuous Delivery (CD), which, in turn, requires Continuous Integration (CI). The release of incremental software changes needs not only automated release mechanisms, but also testing, code quality, security and privacy controls, and validation steps.
DevOps aims to create shorter development cycles, increase deployment frequency, and deliver more dependable releases to meet business objectives. GalaxE can help you benchmark your current DevOps maturity and has provided a roadmap to reach your full potential.
Our application-based policy automation and management system uses analytics, automation, compliance, and remediation to enhance network performance and reliability and our DCIM expertise allows us to create customized services that provide granular optics that go beyond the application layer.
DevOps, CI/CD, and Agile delivery are the focus of many operations group. Viewing and understanding the tiers of maturity diagram can help an organization benchmark its current maturity level.