New on IBM developerWorks: DevOps for mobile apps challenges and best practices

Leigh Williamson (IBM Distinguished Engineer, Rational Software CTO Team, Mobile Software Development Strategy) and I have co-written a paper on DevOps for Mobile Apps. The paper have been published this week on IBM developerWorks. In this paper Leigh and I introduce the challenges related to DevOps that are specific to Mobile Apps. Unless one is building a stand-alone game like…

My Slides from MoDevEast: Mobile to mainframe – Enterprise DevOps

Today’s applications may have a rich, complex mobile app as the System of Interaction users interact with your Enterprise with, but the app still needs to access the Systems of Record that form the core of your Enterprise. This session takes a holistic look at DevOps as an Enterprise business practice, across all the silos – Mobile, Web,…

Slides: Mobile to Mainframe – the Challenges of Enterprise DevOps Adoption

I presented last Thursday at the Unicom DevOps summit in London, UK. My topic was: Mobile to Mainframe – Challenges of Enterprise DevOps Adoption. Here is the abstract and the slides: Delivering software is complex. Systems being developed are made up of multiple components, which in turn interact with other systems, services, application servers, data sources and invocations of…

Slides: IBM Innovate 2013 Session – DevOps for Mobile Apps

Leigh Williamson, IBM Distinguished Engineer, Rational CTO Team and I delivered a session titled ‘DevOps for Mobile Apps’ at IBM Innovate last week. Here are the slides: IBM Innovate DevOps for Mobile Apps from Sanjeev Sharma Other Posts on DevOps: Understanding DevOps: Understanding DevOps – Part 1: Defining DevOps Understanding DevOps – Part 2: Continuous Integration and Continuous…

Headed to IBM Innovate

I am writing this on my flight to IBM Innovate in Orlando, FL. Innovate is always exciting as IBM Rational’s flagship Users Conference it is the place to be to learn where Rational is headed and meet all the experts, both Rational Employees and customers. This year is going to especially exciting with the even…

Slides: Enterprise Mobile App UX: Designing from UI to Backend

I presented earlier today at MoDevUX 2013. This is premier Mobile User Experience conference hosted by GoMoDev here in Northern Virginia. I attended the conference last year and this year am attending and presenting. Today I ran a ‘Mini-Workshop’ titled: Enterprise Mobile App UX: Designing from UI to Backend.  The abstract to the talk is as follows:…

Presenting tomorrow (May 9th) at MoDevUX 2013

I am presenting tomorrow – May 9th, at MoDevUX 2013. This is premier Mobile User Experience conference hosted by GoMoDev here in Northern Virginia. I attended the conference last year and this year am attending and presenting. I am running a ‘Mini-Workshop’ titled: Enterprise Mobile App UX: Designing from UI to Backend.  The abstract to the…

My sessions at IBM Innovate 2013

IBM Innovate schedule of sessions is out! I have four sessions I am presenting – one for each day. Here is the schedule of my sessions: Number Name Where When 1147A DevOps 101 Swan – Swan 3 Sun, 2/Jun, 02:45 PM – 03:45 PM   1574A Mobile DevOps – Challenges and Best Practices (with Leigh…

My Slides from IBM Pulse 2013: DevOps for Mobile Apps

Leigh Williamson, IBM Distinguished Engineer for Mobile and I had the opportunity to present at IBM Pulse 2013. The conference, at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas was huge. With over 8,000 attendees, it was one of the largest conferences I had ever presented at. Our session, officially titled: Agile and DevOps – the “Perfect Couple”…

Are you feeling the pain of Mobile market fragmentation?

So far it was just market fragmentation with iOS and Android. But this year onwards Windows Phone 8 and the just released Blackberry 10 have the potential to gain market share too. Is this increasing the pain your organization is feeling having to develop Mobile Apps now for four platforms? Read more in my post…

My Ignite session Slides from DevOpsDays, NY

I did an ignite session at last week’s DevOpsDays in New York. I had a slot to deliver an Ignite session. Ignite sessions are short 5 minute talks and a very interesting way to get a lot of topics covered in rapid fire. You are only allowed 20 slides (no less, no more) and they…