A single, strategic point of control and execution is usually no longer operationally—or architecturally—feasible. But that doesn’t mean that a unified level ofcontrolis no longer possible, provided that one chooses a proper software. Its inevitability is extant in many theories, such as the S-curve of innovation and a sure well-known analyst firm’s hype cycle. We’ve seen two very robust cycles over the past ten years, and it seems that a 3rd wave is starting to crest. Big Table is devoted to caring for those in the restaurant and hospitality business who’re in crisis, in transition, or at risk of falling via the cracks. They applied for and received an F5 Global Good “Tech for Good” COVID-19 Response grant, upgrading laptops and purchasing cameras, lighting, backdrops, a teleprompter, and different equipment to enable live-streaming events. And while DevOps methodologies have begun to interrupt down this wall, the other—the one between manufacturing and delivery to consumers—is not so easily breached.
One of those extraordinary measures has been a pivot to remote work for many of us. But not often can we hear the major points about how that entry has been enabled. In right now’s heterogeneous IT environments, it’s all too straightforward …Read More