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Individual Phase Involvement

Who's involved in each phase?

1) Discovery, 2) Definition, 3) Design

Discovery Business team: Who do you consider to be your competitors?
Creative team: Who will develop and edit the response to the RFP?
Definition Business team: Do you have a plan, time frame, and budget for upgrading the site?
Creative team: Will the site be built with a design that is consistent with other marketing materials?
Design Business team: What level of interactivity is required for the target audience?
Creative team: What are the brand, style, and other marketing guidelines?
Technical team: What platforms do the end users use? What kind of connectivity do they have, and will this meet the requirements of their planned network?

What is DevOps?

First, let us just say there is no definitive answer. There are lots of opinions about what is covered under DevOps and what it is not.
  1. Is it a culture?
  2. Is it a way of organizing?
  3. Or just a way of thinking?
We think it is a still-evolving movement and methodology so let us not get stuck on limiting it too much right now. Instead, we can talk about some of the common themes, tools and ideas.
Born of the need to improve IT service delivery agility, the DevOps movement emphasizes communication, collaboration and integration between software developers and IT operations. Rather than seeing these two groups as silos who pass things along but do not really work together, DevOps recognizes the interdependence of software development and IT operations and helps an organization produce software and IT services more rapidly, with frequent iterations.