Archive for the ‘DXC’ Category

I’ve had the links below in a OneNote snippet for some time, so that I can easily email them to people who want to know more about Wardley mapping; but I thought I might as well post them here too: The OSCON video The CIO magazine article The blog intro The (incomplete) book (as a […]

This is another post that’s a recycled email, one which started out with the title: ‘Our share of the cloud shared responsibility model (and the need for application intimacy)’ The original email came from a number of discussions in the run up to the DXC merger, and I must thank many of my CTO and […]

TL;DR Greater automation is the future for the IT industry, and we’ve called DXC’s automation programme ‘Bionics’. It’s about being data driven with a flexible tool kit, rather than being all in on a particular vendor or product. To understand what we’re trying to achieve with Bionics (besides reading the rest of this post) I […]

TL;DR I started a new job yesterday that boils down to applying data driven (re)design for operations (DevOps) to what’s now one of the largest Global IT Services companies. After leaving the startup world for ‘a bigger train set’ the scale just got bigger still. The size of the task ahead seems initially daunting, but […]