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Accenture, Cognizant, Brickendon and Infosys recognised for DevOps skills -

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Top firms offering their expertise within the IT and Technology services sector have been recognised by the 2017 DevOps awards. As today’s IT industry continues to expand thanks to innovative new technologies including cloud-based solutions and Blockchain technology, making digital transformation indispensable for companies in every industry, development and operations (DevOps) has come to be seen as indispensable in bettering communication and collaboration between product managements, software development and IT operations. 31 Media produces numerous prominent industry publications, including the European Software Awards and TEST Magazine, and also host the National Software Testing Conference to accompany the publication of their European Software Testing Benchmark Report, Software Testing News and DevOps Online platform. Known for delivering a number of strategy, consulting, digital, technology & operations services and solutions, Accenture was nominated for the “Best Overall DevOps Project-Communication Sector” award. The award, for those companies who had displayed the best practice method suited for a specific DevOps project, will be determined according to project goals and how companies orchestrated them with the proper methodology, as well as how challenges were overcome in order to achieve the best practices and standards in the industry. The firm landed a place on both the “DevOps project-Cultural transformation” and a “Best Overall DevOps Project – Finance Sector” shortlists. The firm was announced as being in contention for the “Best DevOps Cloud Project”, “DevOps Team of the Year”, “Automic Best Use of DevOps Technology” and “Best Overall DevOps Project – Retail Sector” awards. Technology services consultancy Infosys was also named as being in line for the Retail Sector award, as well as competing for the “Best DevOps project in the Entertainment and Media Sector” prize. Coin spectator is an automated news aggregation service. All copyrights belong to their respective owners. Images and text owned by copyright holders are used in reference to and promotion of those respective parties. Read in Full

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