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JohnBarnes
JohnBarnes
12/11/2017 2:41:32 PM
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It's nice to see someone speak up for balance
The tendency in many of our interviewees is to inform us all what's the "real" right way, wave of the future, eventual outcome, or what have you.  It's good to see someone take the position that there's an advantage to choosing (and balancing) both. That's particularly good in the emotionally fraught area of DevOps versus legacy, and it's also good to see the responsibility for the balance assigned in the only place it logically belongs, the C-suite.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
12/11/2017 6:47:56 PM
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Re: It's nice to see someone speak up for balance
..and as I was thinking about your discourse @JohnBarnes, here is a "Twist" on this that underscores the need 4 Transformation ever more so:

Special guest Eric Brewer, VP of Infrastructure at Google, discusses Kubernetes and the power of open source


The growing number of devices coming online and the need for scale are pushing the Internet to its limits. To accommodate the millions of requests being made on a daily basis, we are forced to envision new ways to improve upon the Internet's existing architecture. So, how can we manage the ramping up and down of resources during a surge? Find out in our latest episode of STACK That.


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batye
batye
12/13/2017 2:55:27 AM
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Re: It's nice to see someone speak up for balance
@mpouraryan love it, thanks for sharing make me think :) 

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
12/13/2017 10:38:03 AM
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Re: It's nice to see someone speak up for balance
Thanks for the kinds words @bayte--part of our responsiblity is to make sure we drive home the message that Transformation is positive if harnessed responsbily--that's at the core of navigating thru it.

 

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vishalaug
vishalaug
12/19/2017 1:01:11 PM
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Re: It's nice to see someone speak up for balance
Thankyou JohnBarnes

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clrmoney
clrmoney
12/11/2017 2:51:28 PM
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Digital Maturity
I would say that the digital world has been here for a few years now and with them coming up with new technology and inventions to provide us with services and products will be just wonderful so it has gradually progressed and evolved in a way.

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batye
batye
12/13/2017 2:54:41 AM
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Re: Digital Maturity
@clrmoney I see it as new reality we are living now and it will only keep grow more and more... 

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
12/13/2017 12:56:47 PM
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Re: Digital Maturity
Our Challenge is to make sure that we never forget the six stages Vala Afshar underscored (a must read for me as I make my twitter rounds in support of the work at the Daily outsider): 

6 stages of digital transformation: 1 business as usual 2 present and active 3 formalized 4 strategic 5 converged 6 innovative and adaptive http://bit.ly/2koYmZ9 



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batye
batye
12/13/2017 9:54:04 PM
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Re: Digital Maturity
@mpouraryan  good idea thanks for sharing - interesting to know... 

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vishalaug
vishalaug
12/19/2017 1:17:08 PM
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Re: Digital Maturity
@mpouraryan thanks for sharing. Ya... Defining a digital target and a path to the target  - has its share of challenges

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
12/19/2017 2:03:02 PM
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Re: Digital Maturity
A Pleasure--the key as you have also underscored is a broad vision so that true transformation is realized.   May it be ever so as we embrace 2018.

Happy Holidays to all!!

Onward to 2018 with all its possiblities

 

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vishalaug
vishalaug
12/19/2017 1:06:44 PM
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Re: Digital Maturity
yes @clrmoney. I think the widespread use of technology and the range of new entrants has increased in recent times.

clrmoney

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