The cloud is the entrance ticket for the club of agile companies, as the cloud-native applications can be flexibly combined, transformed, extended and customized. However, not every company has in-house appropriate competencies. Thus, T-Systems supports the companies to develop and to operate cloud-native applications in the DevOps-model
Digital transformation is generally understood as the digitization of a company’s business processes. In this context, agile transformation is the adaptation of the work methods and tools needed for running the digitized company and leveraging the potential of the digital transformation: becoming more efficient, effective and customer friendly. From an operations perspective, such an adaptation enables a company to process digital input and to produce digital output, satisfying customers’ needs in the best possible way.
Enterprises are increasingly using hybrid environments, but this move can present risks and challenges, especially for organizations adopting DevOps. How can hybrid environment security fit naturally into develop- ment processes?
Enterprises are harnessing hybrid cloud technologies to power their digital transformation: the integration of flexibility, agility, and unique cultural shifts into business processes to enrich customer and stakeholder experience. Gartner predicts that by 2020, 90 percent of organizations will be adopting or using hybrid cloud infrastructures and services (i.e. using multiple cloud services).1 The hybrid cloud environment enables businesses to portably manage workload requirements by using public cloud platforms to run applications, while using the resources of private cloud infrastructures to manage the data needed to run the applications.
„Data Security: I have nothing to hide” was the topic for the conversation when Global Digital Woman invited to a panel discussion held at SAP’s Data Kitchen in Berlin. The CEO and founder of GDW Tijen Onaran gave everyone a warm welcome. As an introduction to the topic Birgit Hess, Cloud Security Awareness Lead at SAP, opened with a flirt to all the Matrix fans. But what is the core message of Matrix? Don’t trust your own eyes.
This article is the first of a series of articles providing an overview of security challenges in cloud computing, and respective solutions addressing such challenges.
By enabling a long-held dream of computing as utility, Cloud Computing has become one of the major technology trends in the last decade. Due to its’ flexible and agile nature, Cloud Computing is continuously and significantly transforming a large part of the IT industry.