There is just ONE DAY left to enter the Computing DevOps Excellence Awards!
Many organisations today see the benefits of implementing a DevOps culture, with faster, more iterative software releases, more innovation, and an overall more nimble business being amongst the desired results. But the road to DevOps can be a rough one, as with any cultural change.
There are many different ways to move towards a DevOps culture, and these awards are designed to recognise and celebrate the best of every organisation, team, individual, product and tool. With many categories covering every stage of progress across the industry, there should be a space for you to enter, to receive your opportunity to be celebrated for your success in DevOps.
Entrants will be asked to submit up to 800 words of explanation, demonstrating how they meet the criteria. For product or service award entries, entrants are strongly encouraged to use the entry text to provide a customer case study. Submissions will be accepted via the online entry system only.
Categories are grouped under two separate headings: Product and Project Awards, and Organisational and Individual Awards.
All information submitted will be for the use of judging and will remain confidential.
The closing date for entries is 5pm on Friday 13th January. The winners themselves will be announced at a glittering awards ceremony at a central London venue on 22nd March 2017.
So enter now for your opportunity to win!
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