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05.26.2015 - Bimodal IT, VMware, and Cloud-Native Apps

View VMware related news. Patrick Daigle is a Senior Systems Engineer and CTO Ambassador in Montreal, Canada. As part of VMware’s Technical Services organization, he works with large enterprises across Canada, leveraging the VMware Software-Defined Enterprise to help IT organizations bring quicker value to the business. He is also a contributor to VMware’s Cloud-Native Apps team.       In 2014, Gartner introduced the concept of Bimodal IT , the idea that enterprises need two speeds of doing IT: traditional IT (Gartner calls this Mode 1), and agile IT (Gartner calls thisMode 2). Gartner observes that, in this new era of mobile cloud computing (or 3rd platform), every company is a software company; unless companies can rapidly produce software to adapt to changes in the market, they will fall behind. However, also according to Gartner, most mature companies currently rely on a stack of legacy processes, platforms and applications to run their business.With Bimodal IT, companies run two modes, each with their own processand tools. Traditional IT is pre-occupied with running the business with priorities like efficiency and control, while agile IT strives to bring quick value to business through iterative development and continuous delivery. This is an attractive model: IT can avoid the risks associated [...]]>...

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