It's no secret today's IT workforce is resource constrained. Doing more with less is a mantra. In addition, IT is now expected to on-board new skills and technologies quickly. Technology professionals must be able to ship new apps and products at a breakneck pace. Using yesterday's IT strategies won't cut it anymore. Today's IT needs to be re-structured away from large teams and rigid IT stacks to a more adaptable, solutions approach. In particular, IT needs flexible and predictable patterns of expertise.
By patterns, we mean recurring and repeatable solutions to standard business problems. These patterns can speed time to delivery and enable IT to move more quickly and with greater agility.
This IT Manager's Journal (ITMJ) makes the decisive business case for a patterns-based approach to IT. The paper lays out ten ways patterns can reduce time to action and create more efficiencies. Topics covered include Business Process Management (BPM), Databases and Database as a Service (Daas), IT patterns, patterns-based IT strategy, and much more. Download this exclusive ITMJ today and learn how your IT department can successfully implement a patterns-based approach today.