The British decided! On June 23rd 2016! They want to withdraw from the European Union! This day clearly shows that the people on the island are divided. Basically, it was a fifty-fifty result. A closer look shows that there are 3.8 % more people in favor of Brexit than against it.
What does this mean?
“If you think DevOps and ITIL® aren’t compatible then you don’t understand either”
DevOps is a relatively new development that raises many hopes for a faster and better delivery of new functions from development to production. With the arrival of new technologies like virtualization and cloud as well as new methods such as ‘Agile’, pressure is on the release management and operations team to faster deliver development outputs to production.
DevOps is also a cultural movement bringing together the diverse capabilities and traditions from application development, release management, testing and operations – hence the name DEVelopment and OPerationS.
The diagram below depicts the critical drivers (red) and enablers (blue) for the DevOps success and thus establishes DevOps as a critical foundation for the digital era.
Autoren: Nils Proske und Janina Gera
Heute erscheint der eGovernment MONITOR 2016 und es ist deutlich, dass sich Nutzung und Akzeptanz von E-Government in Deutschland auf unbefriedigendem Niveau lediglich stabilisiert haben. Zu groß ist der Rückstand auf unsere Nachbarn. Noch immer nutzen deutlich weniger Menschen in Deutschland E-Government – Dienste als in Österreich und der Schweiz. Die digitalen Dienste sind vielen unbekannt oder Nutzer sind nicht zufrieden. Jedoch sind auch kleine positive Entwicklungen, z.B. bei gestiegenem Vertrauen in die Behörden und dem Datenschutz, zu erkennen.
Today, over half of the world’s population resides in cities, providing much of the human and social capital that now fuels contemporary life. And every month, 5 million more people move to cities in developing and emerging countries. It is estimated that by 2050, about 8 billion people will be living in the urban context.
Cities are complex urban spaces, shaped by diverse technological and cultural forces. They showcase some of the world’s most intractable problems and challenges, and some of our most innovative solutions.
The idea of the smart city – one that is integrated through sensors and actuators, through big data and artificial intelligence, through open government and citizen participation – is the best hope we have to ensure humanity’s success on this planet.
But, how big is this transformation? Bigger than it seems at first sight. Read More