DevOps processes and tools help retailers compete in fast-paced mobile, digital and physical markets. See what retailers can do to deliver innovation faster. Test virtualization and deployment automation can improve front-end mobile and back-end mainframe development processes.

Established IT organizations are challenged by long software delivery cycles and the complexity surrounding connecting Systems of Record to new Systems of Engagement. Tools, processes and culture typically contribute to prolonged delivery cycles, so IT organizations are moving to DevOps. How do you, as a practitioner, address the siloes involved in modern enterprise development and leverage DevOps to make your job easier?

Today’s fast-moving world makes DevOps essential for any business aspiring to be agile and lean in order to respond rapidly to changing customer and marketplace demands. This book helps you understand DevOps and how your organization can gain real business benefits from it. You'll also discover how a holistic view of DevOps that encompasses the entire software delivery life cycle - from ideation and the conception of new business capabilities to implementation in production - can bring competitive advantage in a continuous delivery world.

DevOps is about accelerated, continuous delivery of software to accelerate delivery of mobile and cloud solutions across Power and mainframe platforms. Hayden Lindsey, IBM Rational Vice President and Distinguished Engineer, discusses how DevOps is a good fit for big iron.

Discover service virtualization and how it fits into the big picture of software quality.  In this book, Service Virtualization For Dummies, IBM Limited Edition written by industry analysts Marcia Kaufman and Judith Hurwitz, learn how to deliver higher quality software by increase the efficiency and effectiveness of your testing processes while reducing testing downtime and testing cost.

This paper will explore best practices for identifying and eliminating seven types of waste: Waiting, handoffs and task switching, motion, extra processes, extra features, partially completed work and defects.

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