There are a multitude of benefits to using DevOps: stronger collaboration and teamwork, better transparency, increased productivity, and, best of all, better quality of products and deliverables.
The term “DevOps” continues to increase in importance with the public sector, mostly the importance is related to the need to migrate applications to cloudbased solutions.
But what is DevOps? Why is it important? How is it impacting the public sector?
DevOps has been defined as an enterprise software development phrase used to mean a type of agile relationship between Development and IT Operations.
The goal of DevOps is to change and improve the relationship by advocating better communication and collaboration between two business units.
Implementing DevOps in large enterprises like the Public Sector can be challenging considering departmental silos and communication and collaboration requirements. DevOps requires change and letting go of the status quo.
Public Sector Network’s “DevOps in the Public Sector” Virtual Event will bring together a broad group of executives to the table group to generate a diverse range ideas that focus on a common mission: a smarter, more agile and productive public sector.
General Services Administration (US)
Director, Digital Sector
Dr Ole Nielsen
Director, Scientific Computing
Assitant Deputy Minister, Health Information Systems
Alberta Health (CA)
Chief Information Officer
Department of Health &
MLOps/DevOps Solution Architect
Developer Security Lead, DevX & DevOps Security Lead
National Security Agency
Senior Pre-Sales Solutions Architect
Scott Van Kalken