Fast, Lean Enterprise Software Delivery Through IBM DevOps

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IEEE Symposium – Long BeachAgile Meets DevOpsFast, Lean Enterprise Software DeliveryThrough IBM DevOpsBernie CoyneIBM DevOps Evangelistcoyneb@us.ibm.com 2014 IBM Corporation

IBM DevOpsOrganizations that effectively leverage software delivery outperformtheir competitors. yet few are able to deliver it effectively86%of companies believe software deliveryis important or criticalof those wholeverage softwaredelivery today69But only 25%%outperformthose who don’tleverage software delivery effectively todaySource: “The Software Edge: How effective software development drives competitive advantage,” IBM Institute of Business Value, March 20132 2014 IBM Corporation2

IBM DevOpsInefficient software delivery impacts the entire businessLINE-OF-BUSINESSTakes too long to introduce or make changes tomobile apps and services 70%of budgets devoted tomaintenance andoperationsSystems of EngagementContinuousclient experienceSystems of RecordCloud-basedServicesDEVELOPMENT/TESTSpeed mismatch between faster moving front office and slowermoving back office systems, delaying time to obtain feedback3 45%Systems of Interaction4-6 weeksto deliver even minorapplication changes tocustomersOPERATIONSRapid app releases impact system stability andcompliance 2014 IBM CorporationCRMHRDBERPof customersexperienceproduction delays 50%Partner valuechainof outsourcedprojects fail to meetobjectivesSUPPLIERSDelivery in the context of agile3

IBM DevOpsDevOps builds on Agile/ Lean initiatives across the enterpriseBusinessOwnerIdeaSteerContinuousBusiness PlanningDeveloper/TesterCustomerOperationsDevelop /TestDeployCollaborative DevelopmentContinuous TestingOperateMarketContinuous MonitoringContinuous Feedback and OptimizationContinuous Release and DeploymentDevOpsLean and Agile principles4 2014 IBM Corporation4

IBM DevOpsIBM DevOps point of viewEnterprise capability for continuous software delivery that enables organizationsto seize market opportunities and reduce time-to-customer feedbackContinuousBusiness PlanningAcceleratesoftware delivery –for faster time to valueBalance speed, cost,quality and risk –for increased capacityto innovateContinuousCustomerFeedback gReduce time tocustomer feedback –for improved nuous Releaseand DeploymentOur DevOps POV is resonating with clients and they are deliveringmeasurable business outcomes with DevOps5 2014 IBM Corporation5

IBM DevOpsLarge North American government organizationManages change quickly, efficiently and more costeffectively for both SAP and non-SAP solutionsCollaborativeDevelopmentAdoption Path: Develop/Test40% Reductionin overall testing costs80% Improvementin productivity90% Increased efficiencyof an upgrade or changeSolution components IBM Rational Collaborative LifecycleManagement (CLM)6“So what used to take days, if not months, is nowalmost instantaneous. If we want to make a change toone of our policies, we know almost instantly how manyprocesses are going to be impacted by that change.” Centralized platform that provides a single source of truth for alldata and development processes. Manages change quickly, efficiently and more cost effectivelyfor both SAP and non-SAP solutions Collaborative ALM solution that provides end to end traceabilitybetween business and IT requirements, changes and qualitymanagement 2014 IBM Corporation6

IBM DevOpsSandhata accelerates software delivery and improvescompetitiveness with continuous testingContinuousTestingAdoption path: Develop/Test100% increase in teamproductivityDoubled the division’s projectdelivery capacity from 40 to80 projects88% reduction in productionincidentsIdentified and resolved defectsearlier in the release cycleTens of millions in newrevenue generatedIncreased agility to seize newmarket opportunities“IBM’s service virtualization and testautomation solutions enabled our bankingclient to embrace an agile, DevOps approachand perform integration testing continuouslythroughout the development process. Theyrecouped their IBM investment in less thanthree months.”— Gary Thornhill,Delivery Director Sandhata Technologies LtdSolution components IBM Rational Test Workbench7 2014 IBM Corporation7

IBM DevOpsFidelity Worldwide InvestmentsAchieves predictable release schedules andsimplifies regulatory complianceContinuous Releaseand DeploymentAdoption Path: DeployAchievedcost avoidance of more than USD2.3million per yearGainedmore predictable releaseschedules for stakeholdersImprovedthe ability to demonstratecompliance with regulationsSolution components IBM UrbanCode DeployThe transformation: As it prepared to launch a critical new application,Fidelity Worldwide Investment wanted to replace its manual releaseprocesses with an automated release solution.The solution helped reduce the time required for software releasesby 99 percent, from 2 - 3 days to just 1 - 2 hours. The company alsoachieved cost avoidance of more than USD2.3 million per year.“Applications that took days to release now take justan hour.”— Tony Green, Technology, Architecture and Engineering,Fidelity Worldwide InvestmentMore IBM DevOps Case Studies:ibm.com/ibm/devops/us/en/casestudies8 2014 IBM Corporation8

IBM DevOpsIBM DevOps Adoption Framework delivers measurable outcomesEnable lean adoption of DevOps capabilitiesAdoption ModelSolutionsSelf-assessmentsAdoption pathsAdoption servicesPracticesToolingServicesContinuousBusiness PlanningLeanerLeaner aborativeMoreContinuousInefficientWhere andHow to Silo-edContinuousCustomerFeedback eDevelopmentDevOpsOperate Continuous ContinuousTestingContinuous Release ementFeedback9 2014 IBM Corporation9

Accelerating Product and Service InnovationScaled Agile Framework (SAFe) in a Continuous Delivery modelSAFe best practices and guidance based on lean andagile principles apply to all layers in a team-of-teamsinfrastructure to improve time-to-value and ensurebusiness ROI for Enterprise organizationsEnd-to-end adoption of SAFe in all environments,including regulated We apply SAFe - We guide customers through a full adoptionof SAFe with tools and processes Continuous Deployment across platforms and technologies Rapid Feedback from Operations Shift Left – Operation concerns fed back intoProgram/Portfolio level planning DevOps services extended to Operations (OSLC based)IBM is unique in our ability toscale Agile to an enterprise level10Synchronizes alignment,collaboration and delivery for largeteams-of-teams ustomerFeedback &OptimizationCollaborativeDevelopment 2014 IBM Corporation

IBM DevOpsIBM DevOps – Broad set of DevOps capabilitiesAddress bottlenecks across the application delivery lifecycleSteerCollaborativePlanningRational Team ConcertRational DOORS NGDevelop /TestDeployContinuous Releaseand DeploymentCollaborativeDevelopmentRational CollaborativeLifecycle ManagementRational Developer for System zWorklight StudioUrbanCode ReleaseUrbanCode Deploy with PatternsSmartCloud OrchestratorContinuousTestingRational Quality ManagerRational Test Virtualization ServerRational Test WorkbenchRational Test Workbench – Mobile Test EditionRational Development and Test Environmentfor System zBluemix DevOps services11OperateWorklight Quality AssuranceInfoSphere Optim Test DataManagementSecurity AppScanAgile planning and trackingApplication auto-scalingAppScan mobile analyzerContinuous delivery pipelineGit hosting 2014 IBM CorporationContinuousMonitoringSmartCloud ApplicationPerformance ManagementSmartCloud Control DeskContinuousCustomer Feedback& OptimizationTealeaf CXDigital AnalyticsMobile application securityMobile dataMobile quality assuranceMonitor & analyticsPushRapidApps (beta)Server-side codeWeb IDE11

Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM)as a Managed ServiceCollaborativeDevelopmentProvides the core of our DevOps solution on a virtual private cloud Provides the CLMsolution, customized andconfigured for eachclient On a scalable, singletenant, IBM SoftLayerInfrastructure Provides 99.9%availability (SLO) Scale number of usersup or down monthlyCollaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM)RationalDOORSNext GenerationRationalQualityManagerRational TeamConcertOpen Lifecycle IntegrationAccelerated Software DeliveryIBM SoftLayer Infrastructure Managed byIBM Rational ServicesCloud12 2014 IBM Corporation

Accelerating Product and Service InnovationDevOps Services for BlueMixAvailable now capabilities growing rapidly13Cloud 2014 IBM Corporation

Take Action Now! Develop an end-to-end DevOps strategy Adopt mobile-first design thinking, andcloud-centric architectures Start incrementally on business-critical projects Measure and reduce overhead, reworkand duplication Innovate! It’s a great time to be in thetechnology business Get your free guide to faster, continuous softwaredelivery with DevOpsibm.co/devopsfordummiesIt is not a typo .please use .co not .comwww.ibm.com/devops14 2014 IBM Corporation

For more information For everyone Overview: ibm.com/devopsCase Studies: ibm.com/ibm/devops/us/en/casestudiesDevOps for Dummies: ibm.co/devopsfordummiesAgile for Dummies: ibm.co/agilefordummiesService Virtualization for Dummies:ibm.co/ServiceVirtualizationForDummies Application Release & Deploy for Dummies:ibm.co/ARDfordummiesFor developers, testers, architectsGet 10 FreeRational TeamConcertLicenses - thefoundation ofCLM15 Product info, tutorials, forums: jazz.netDevOps Services for Bluemix: jazzhub.comCommunity: ibm.com/developerworks/devops10 free licenses of Rational Team Concert – thefoundation of Collaborative t/latest 2014 IBM Corporation

IBM DevOpswww.ibm.com/devops Copyright IBM Corporation 2012. All rights reserved. The information contained in these materials is provided for informational purposes only, and is provided AS IS withoutwarranty of any kind, express or implied. IBM shall not be responsible for any damages arising out of the use of, or otherwise related to, these materials. Nothing contained in thesematerials is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, creating any warranties or representations from IBM or its suppliers or licensors, or altering the terms and conditions of theapplicable license agreement governing the use of IBM software. References in these materials to IBM products, programs, or services do not imply that they will be available in allcountries in which IBM operates. Product release dates and/or capabilities referenced in these materials may change at any time at IBM’s sole discretion based on marketopportunities or other factors, and are not intended to be a commitment to future product or feature availability in any way. IBM, the IBM logo, Rational, the Rational logo, Telelogic,the Telelogic logo, and other IBM products and services are trademarks of the International Business Machines Corporation, in the United States, other countries or both. Othercompany, product, or service names may be trademarks or service marks of others.16 2014 IBM Corporation16

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