Which agile framework is right for you (1)
By Michael Burchett on 07 September 2019

In 2001, the Agile Manifesto was created at Snowbird ski resort in the Wasatch mountains of Utah. Although the concepts of Agile had been around for several years before the manifesto was created, the birth of the manifesto may well be a good point to say that Agile was officially “born.” Since this time, people have been inventing and reinventing ways of working that they feel best align with Agile while still incorporating their own organizational culture.

By Rylan Peters on 06 September 2019

The trend of moving data from on-premise servers to private and public cloud solutions continues. The privacy, security, cost and performance of a solution remain the key drivers for enterprise IT data decision-makers. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of on-premise vs. cloud storage from an organizational perspective.

By Rylan Peters on 30 August 2019

Firms are realizing that tech talent is key. Tackling new digital efforts with current IT staff can be a challenge. Stoic architecture must first be upgraded before heading down the digital path. Building a solid tech foundation is step 1 for industry laggards.

By Dillon Courts on 29 August 2019

The development team finished the product 3 weeks ago, but it’s still not in production. You released a new feature and half the website went down. A significant amount of your day is spent dealing with production outages or issues. No matter what your role is, if you work in a technology organization, chances are you’ve heard the term DevOps. If any of the above problems sound familiar, chances are your company could benefit from adopting DevOps practices.

Serverless Function Blog
By Tim Giblin on 16 August 2019

In this post, we’ll walk through writing this as a serverless function and seeing it’s benefits of simplicity, maintainability, scalability and cost-effectiveness.

By Shelly Valentine on 14 August 2019

For the 3rd time in a row, Callibrity appears on the Inc. 5000, ranking No. 1635 with Three-Year revenue growth of 252 percent.