The WebOps role is to work alongside the development team to build software services that are easy to deploy, operate, scale and are secure. A WebOps get to work in all areas of infrastructure, naturally progress further in areas of interest, while still gaining a broader knowledge across the spectrum.
The other day I was on a call with a web agency, we discussed the requirements that I have for my project when I realised that I’m getting a bit old.
Browsing the latest technology news today, I came across the article IT projects need less complexity not more governance. I really agree to the findings that are presented in the article – I have come to a similar conclusion after spending decades in the software industry that less bureaucracy and less complexity is the ingredients for a successful project.
As part of launching a new WordPress website, you need to do some optimization from the standard installation and give your WordPress improved performance improve page loads. There are a number of ways you can do this, I will in this article take you through the options that are available to you. There might be something that fits your configuration, I also will tell you what I did to improve my wordpress website.
So many projects, so much mismanagement. We can probably all think of projects that have “failed” – perhaps processes got worse rather than better, maybe they were cancelled because of cost overruns, or perhaps software application were launched with fundamental errors. Even with project management software, projects often wind up taking longer (much longer) than planned and costing more than budgeted.