It’s important to note that digital transformation is not simply about digitizing your services. Rather, it is the holistic adoption of digital-first data applications across your philosophies, collaborations, and processes.
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.
Though adoption seemed a little slow for many businesses, the sudden disruption brought on by the pandemic hastened the adoption of digital transformation and the business practices that come with it. The Forbes Technology Council notes that 65% of remote workers displayed an increase in productivity and that the inclusion of technological resources and on-demand learning have been major contributors to this.
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.
It’s quite popular nowadays. DevOps is a powerful set of practices and tools to achieve application modernization, maturity, and fast time-to-market products that match final users requirements.
Training has reached a new level thanks to e-learning, and employees can now earn certifications in creative and innovative ways. Yet, there is still misguided apprehension when it comes to participating in any method of learning, even one that has come such a long way from its initial application.
Online training offers a proven method for learning more about a role, as well as how to perform tasks more effectively. E-learning is also a flexible and accessible solution for learners, as they can fit training around their own schedules, whether they are accessing courses at home, at work, or during their daily commute.
With eLearning fast becoming the de-facto method of training up staff both internally and externally, organizations are looking for the best ways to encourage learning, build a community, and report on progress which is why Learning Management Systems (LMS) have become so popular. But what do you need to know?
"...rather than being a problem, the need for security should be seen as an instigator for evolution. End-users are accustomed to having their cake and eating it too. Quality is the boss, and it isn’t willing to let speed or security slack off."
The Learning Ecosystem has been a fantastic step forward for both Good e-Learning and our customers.