In this session we will be discussing challenges IT ops face when trying to rationalize the use of applications and keep them secure, with limited resources. We will discuss ways you can address those challenges and still ensure availability of applications in an efficient and secure manner. We will present:
How to package, test and deploy applications in a new Windows 10 environment, allowing for proper visibility, control and distribution based on user rights and internal policies.
How to extend the patch management capabilities of SCCM to cover non-Microsoft applications, and introduce a security approach to your patch management processes helping you prioritize your work, optimize the use of resources and help your organization reduce the attack surface for cybercriminals and hackers.
In 2009, SAP decided to implement Lean and Agile Software Engineering practices within its global development organization. Lean management and agile practices like Scrum helped us to become more efficient and predictable in delivering software. However, that did not solve the "Innovator's Dilemma" which almost any big company faces after many years of success. Hence, we had to explore new ways and approaches to come up with innovative product ideas and business models for the ever faster changing and evolving enterprise software market. In this talk, Dr. Tobias Hildenbrand and Sumeet Shetty will give an overview of this innovation journey and provide insights on applying Agile, Design Thinking and Business Model Innovation practices in a large-scale and distributed development organization. The session also includes an example of a recent project (SAP SportsOne).