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Philip is a content writer with experience across multiple industries, including gaming, home improvement, and now e-learning. He graduated from the London School of Economics with a BA in History before taking on various odd jobs and volunteer writing positions, but soon broke into professional writing as a retail journalist. Now focusing on content writing, Philip is a tireless enemy of cliched corporate jargon. He believes that marketing content should be clear, concise and relevant to readers. Rather than assuming that customers know all about your solution, it is up to you to identify with their problem and offer something that will really get their attention. As such, he strives to understand the real-world applications of Good e-Learning’s product portfolio so that it can be explained in a way that is both coherent and down to earth. If you cannot understand what you are selling, you won’t get far! In his spare time, Philip enjoys watching movies, gaming and writing with friends.
The Future of SRE

The Future of SRE

If a candidate wants to enjoy the full benefits of studying SRE, they should make themselves aware of what to expect in the coming years, as well as how to keep an eye out for future developments and opportunities.

What Skills Does an SRE Engineer Need?

Unlike DevOps engineers, site reliability engineers have skills that are far easier to pin down. SRE engineers perform specific tasks, while ‘DevOps engineer’ is an umbrella term applied regardless of an individual’s role or skills. SRE is also often more consistent between practitioner organizations, making the skills more transferable.
Developing a DevOps Cultural Mindset

Developing a DevOps Cultural Mindset

There is no sole DevOps methodology, nor is there a prescriptive DevOps approach. Instead, DevOps engineers will follow the general pillars of the approach and create ‘DevOps cultures’ with structures suited to their own specific organizations.
difference between project and program management

What’s the Difference Between Project and Program Management?

When it comes to ‘project management’ and ‘program management’, organizations need to be aware that there are significant differences between them. The best practices, skills, and levels of experience required for project and program managers are distinct. In short, if a company wants to enjoy the full benefits of both, they must be aware of the differences between project and program management.
site reliability engineers vs devops engineers sre

Site Reliability Engineers vs. DevOps Engineers

At this point, SRE and DevOps have been co-existing for nearly a decade. There is no shortage of companies that utilize both frameworks simultaneously, yet there remains a popular discourse that the two are competitors that cover the exact same ground.
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Types of Change Management

Change management is an expansive topic (hardly surprising given its importance), and, as such, there are different types of change that require different change strategies to lead them effectively.
managing resistance to change

Managing Resistance to Organizational Change

If a change initiative is handled poorly, it is likely to generate even more resistance from those at different levels of a business, including employees, managers, executives, and high-level stakeholders. This can end up creating roadblocks for the initiative or may even limit the resulting benefits.
Benefits of DevSecOps

What Are the Benefits of DevSecOps

‘DevSecOps’ is very much an evolution of DevOps. It puts Security (Sec) on the same level of importance as Development and Operations, integrating it into the DevOps pipeline and making the wider DevOps culture responsible for meeting security targets.
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Preparing For the Agile Business Analyst (AgileBA) Exams

AgileBA practitioners are fully equipped to succeed in Agile projects and programs, and can even play a role in helping businesses transition to Agile ways of working by optimizing the process and helping to justify it to stakeholders.
Different Types of Enterprise Architecture

Different Types of Enterprise Architecture

Businesses are highly complex in terms of structure, and an enterprise architect needs to be able to read them like a book. They must be aware of elements to do with corporate strategy, technology, communications, outsourced services, stakeholder priorities, and more, not just for a business’s current ‘architecture’, but also for the state the business wants to reach in the future.

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