“Serverless is growing, and fast. Several key adoption metrics are 2x what they were last year. And not just with smaller companies; the enterprise is adopting serverless technologies for critical workloads just as rapidly.”
Original source: Serverless survey
“In the global survey 82% of respondents reported that getting more support and commitment from all levels of management is a high or medium-term priority. In addition to this research, conversations we have with senior IT professionals all report that as IT has become ingrained in most, if not quite all, business processes it is essential that everyone involved in operating the business needs to be aware of how IT is being used and how it can change daily operations. Without management commitment across the organization, things will get better and change, but not as quickly or as effectively as they could.”
1.) The middle is always frozen. But, thanks because middle management is supposed to, is designed to make sure the process is followed, not dynamically change it all the time.
2.) The business should know how to computer.
Original source: Management Support in Agile Adoption
A little survey bit from a recent Gartner report on security in DevOps:
At the time of the original DevOpsSec research in 2012, DevOps was relatively new. However, recent Gartner research indicates that 38% of enterprises are now using DevOps, and 50% will be actively using it by the end of 2016. In the same survey, security and audit tools represented the single highest-rated category of tools in terms of importance to an effective and effcient DevOps implementation, and 82% of respondents indicated that they had to deal with one or more regulations in their DevOps initiatives.
Details of the study from the footnotes:
Gartner Enterprise DevOps Survey Study: This research was conducted via an online survey from 9 May to 13 May 2016 among Gartner Research Circle Members — a Gartner-managed panel composed of IT and business leaders.
Objectives: To learn how organizations are adopting DevOps as a means to accelerate enablement; to go faster while improving quality; additionally, to inform on topics, including starting a DevOps approach, pitfalls to avoid, scaling efforts, integrating information security, pursuing this in a regulated environment and quantifying bene ts.
In all, 252 IT and business leaders participated, with 95 members qualified by indicating they are already using DevOps.