Software is in everything today. Even the gas pump has a simple computer in it. Jeffrey Palermo, CEO of Clear Measure, sits down with Agile Amped to discuss how common architecture practices, even those used in Agile software development, often fail to consider the unique experiences and use cases of the end users. For example, one department may need 24/7 access to high-security applications, while another department may only need limited access to the same applications. Microservices and DevOps architectural practices can help in such a situation, which can be very expensive and not business-feasible without a new approach to the overall architecture.
SolutionsIQ’s Howard Sublett hosts at Keep Austin Agile 2016.