2 03, 2017

Developing Cloud Apps with Azure

By | 2017-03-02T08:45:58+00:00 March 2nd, 2017|Application Architecting, Azure|0 Comments

In today’s cloud-crazy world we see organizations “moving to the cloud” all the time. What does that really mean? And how can you do it effectively? Most organizations start with a “lift and shift” – taking on-premises VMs and moving them to the cloud. For example, moving an IIS server to a VM in the [...]

22 02, 2016

Hack Your Agility: Delivering Minimum Viable Product

By | 2016-02-22T09:29:33+00:00 February 22nd, 2016|Agile, Application Architecting, Application Development, Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), Hack Your Agility, Kanban, Lean, Practices, Process, Scrum|0 Comments

Are you able to consistently deliver value every 2 or 3 weeks? Does your team frequently bite off more than they can chew in a single iteration? Does your team keep falling into old patterns and habits instead of focusing on delivering minimum viable product? One of the biggest challenges in adopting agile software development is educating [...]

29 09, 2015

DLM: The Future of Database Development

By | 2015-09-29T15:35:30+00:00 September 29th, 2015|Application Architecting, Application Development, Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), Azure, Database Lifecycle Management, DevOps, Octopus Deploy, Practices, Release Management, Tools|0 Comments

There has been a great deal of talk recently around a re-discovered process known as DLM, or Database Lifecycle Management. DLM has been around for many years, but until recently has been virtually unknown and overshadowed by the complementing process of ALM, or Application Lifecycle Management. While ALM has seen widespread adoption along with a plethora of [...]

24 09, 2015

Hack Your Agility: Building Minimum Viable Product

By | 2015-09-24T08:58:25+00:00 September 24th, 2015|Agile, Application Architecting, Application Development, Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), Hack Your Agility, Kanban, Lean, Practices, Process, Scrum|0 Comments

Are your requirements small enough to complete in a single iteration? Are you able to reduce the scope of a requirement when necessary? Does your development team support the practice of delivering minimum viable product (MVP)? Traditionally, the business or the team comes up with an idea, defines requirements, fleshes it out, and then attempts [...]

21 07, 2015

You Can Easily Create a Mobile Application (That is used by your customers)

By | 2015-07-21T08:27:27+00:00 July 21st, 2015|Agile, Application Architecting, Application Development, Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), Azure, DevOps, Kanban, Lean, PaaS, Scrum|0 Comments

You have a smart phone.  You use apps.  And you likely have come up with a great idea for an app.  Maybe you have thought, “Why don’t we turn this Line-of-Business application into a mobile app?” It’s even likely that your leadership has been asking for a mobile application for some time but you just [...]

16 06, 2015

PaaS Architecture: Designing Apps for the Cloud

By | 2015-06-16T15:45:57+00:00 June 16th, 2015|Agile, Application Architecting, Application Development, Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), Azure, PaaS, Process, Scrum, Tools, Visual Studio ALM, Visual Studio Online|0 Comments

Part 1: Why Create a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) Solution? Part 2: Storage Options with PaaS Part 3: PaaS Architecting: Designing Apps for the Cloud Part 4: PaaS Security (coming soon) Article by Colin Dembovsky Platform as a Service (PaaS) has some incredible benefits – no worries about OS updates, quick and easy scale out (as and when you need [...]