Amazon is the 800-pound gorilla in the ecommerce marketplace and a leader in making the digital-physical experience for customers frictionless.
To work at digital speed, Amazon has built an infrastructure and operations framework to manage that infrastructure faster than anyone else by embracing the motto: “You build it, you run it.” DevOps, a term not heard widely outside of the IT corridors and people managing infrastructure, has an important part to play in making Amazon the digital customer leader.
VectorCAST for DevOps Testing - In the age of Internet of Things (IoT) product development, more than ever, time to market is critical. Reducing the code-to-deployment time requires much greater collaboration between teams. Yet surprisingly, many organizations are still operating in silos when it comes to product development
The Phenomenon of Technical Debt - The technical debt metaphor is gaining quite a bit of traction in the software development world. This term was coined by American Ward Cunningham in a report at the OOPSLA conference (Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages & Applications, an annual ACM research conference) in 1992; he said, "Shipping first time code is like going into debt. A little debt speeds development, so long as it is paid back promptly