IT & Systems Management

BMJ: Building the Foundations to Enable Change

Provided by Datapipe

Category IT & Systems Management

Type Case Study

Length 6

Publish Date January 18 2017

Date posted February 01 2017

Overview

The British Medical Journal recently found themselves faced with infrastructure that was no longer fit for purpose. The need for continued growth and a diminished capacity for downtime had left them with considerable technical debts and new solution was desperately needed. This case study outlines how Datapipe were able to provide BMJ with a new, in house managed service solution and enabled their operations team to move towards fully-automated architecture and a new and improved DevOps culture. 

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