The typical approach to digital transformations has led to broken processes being refined. But what we’re doing is different. We’ve taken a design-led and customer-first approach; not looking at technology, but at how we challenge the entire business model.
Clients may trust you with some of the most important transactions in their lives, yet you may barely know them at all. These relationships are engineered by you, the business, and it’s down to you to orchestrate that relationship to provide you with timely, usable data.
Speed was of the essence with this job, so cloud-based computing was the only way to achieve this speed. We used Tableau on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to visualise the dataset in this very tight timeframe resulting in visualisations that are available for both the public and organisations to use.
While reviewing different types of vulnerability scanning tools and services, it became very clear that testing such tools would require at least some known vulnerable applications to be configured. However, doing so may take up a considerable amount of time and effort. We decided to use a collection of pre-configured Docker containers and a Bash script to speed up this process.
In the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, and only essential workers being in the office, IT resilience and the operational practices of organisations are being tested on a global scale. This whitepaper outlines the importance of Implementing DevOps during this cultural change to ensure quality control whilst driving a faster time to market in the face of uncertainty.
If 2020 turns out to be half as compelling as 2019, then we're in for a good one. What better way to start the new year than to take a brief glimpse back at the one just gone, and to remind ourselves of all the insights, predictions and theories we shared throughout 2019.