Announcing the Tasktop DevOps Integration Hub

Some of the most interesting problems in technology only surface at scale.  For the past few years, the majority of Tasktop’s customers have been using Sync to achieve scaled Agile. Without tool chain integration, it is impossible to get hundreds or thousands of IT staff adopting enterprise Agile methodologies such as SAFe, DAD, Scrum.org’s Nexus …

Scaled Agile, Lean, and the Journey to Scaled DevOps

This week, Tasktop announced its latest innovation in software lifecycle integration. We’ve added a whole new integration capability to our portfolio that enables DevOps practices to scale to the rest of the Connected Software Lifecycle.  What this means to our customers is that they finally have the DevOps Integration Hub needed to scale DevOps transformations …

Software Lifecycle Architecture Diagrams

This Thursday, I have the opportunity to present at IBM Interconnect.  Along with the opportunity to present comes the “opportunity” to staff the Tasktop booth all week (Booth #784 in the DevOps Zone).  I decided to do something different this year…  Over the past 5 years, the Pre-Sales Engineering team at Tasktop has created 100s …

OSLC Survey: Enter to win a $250 Amazon Gift Card!

Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) provides a set of standards that enable software lifecycle tools to share information for collaboration and traceability. Sharing information across tools is essential to Tasktop’s mission to “connect the world of software delivery” and Tasktop has supported OSLC since its inception. Tasktop’s integration technologies take advantage of standard OSLC APIs where available and even …

Lean transformation predictions for 2016: SDLC wanes, Agile thrives, DevOps and dev tools drive disruption

Over the course of 2015 I got exposed to many companies going through Lean software delivery transformations–some very successful, but many less so.  Tasktop’s customer base grew dramatically in 2014 and that growth accelerated in 2015.  So I decided to put conference presentations on pause and instead spend more of 2015 on the road meeting …