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Service orchestration brings application code from development onto IT resources with highly automated and intelligent steps that reduce the chance of human error or limitations of manual processes.
Open source configuration management tools make managing servers at scale easier, less time-consuming and more repeatable.
Amazon EFS is now generally available after a lengthy preview and should fill a void for many customers, though limitations will force some customers to rely on workarounds.
CEO John Weathington offers Six Sigma process tips to align IT with the business through consumerization.
Docker, the open source container management software, allows IT to deploy encapsulated application components above the operating system level.
Nick Folkes is a managing director with responsibility for global IT at MSCI Barra, a provider of risk management and portfolio analysis tools to fund managers for managing equity, fixed-income and multi-asset class portfolios. He took up his role earlier this year after three years as IT director...
Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control (DMAIC), viewed by many as the foundation of Six Sigma, is best used as an iterative problem-solving method to combat variation in an existing, steady-state process. This book excerpt explores what is required when implementing this methodology.
The convergence of SOA and BPM opens the way for IT to support enterprise-wide process improvement practices based on Toyota's Lean and Motorola's Six Sigma systems, webMethods executive says.