LF

Delta Society Australia Sponsorship

15

FEBRUARY, 2017

We are pleased to announce our new partnership with Delta Society Australia!

Delta Society is a national not-for-profit organisation that brings the joy of animal companionship to those who need it the most.

Their Delta Therapy Dogs program is largest of its kind in Australia, and brightens the lives of approximately 20,000 people in hospitals and health care facilities around the country. As part of the Red Bandanna Club, Enov8 is excited to sponsor Trudy & Lulu – who visit the stroke unit at Prince of Wales Hospital, NSW.

For more information on the Delta Society and what they do, visit http://www.deltasociety.com.au

Relevant Articles

5 Red Flags DevOps Is Failing

03 JULY, 2019 by Justin Reynolds Even since the agile manifesto was published in 2001, software development has never been the same. In a pre-agile world, software was released in monolithic packages every year or every two years. The agile approach to development...

5 Red Flags Deployment Management Is Failing

20 MAY, 2019 by Mark Henke It’s a great step when teams deliberately manage their deployments instead of treating them as second-class citizens to writing code. But there are many pitfalls to managing deployments effectively. Many things lurk, waiting to trip us up....

5 Red Flags Enterprise Release Management Is Failing

08 MAY, 2019 by Mark Henke Taking enterprise release management seriously is a great step toward helping our organization flourish. Embracing release management will allow us to make the invisible visible. We’ll be able to effectively manage how work flows through our...

Marrying SAFe and DevOps

04 MAY, 2019 by Rodney Smith If you work in an organization that uses the scaled agile framework (SAFe), chances are it's not a small company. It's enterprise-y. It's probably gone through some growing pains, which is a good problem to have in the business sense. The...

DevOps vs. DevOps at Scale

29 APRIL, 2019 by Carlos "Kami" Maldonado "DevOps at scale" is what we call the process of implementing DevOps culture at big, structured companies. Although the DevOps term was coined almost 10 years ago, even in 2018 most organizations still haven't completely...

DevOps Anti-Patterns

24 APRIL, 2019 by Mark Robinson It’s the normal case with software buzzwords that people focus so much on what something is that they forget what it is not. DevOps is no exception. To truly embrace DevOps and cherish what it is, it’s important to comprehend what it...

Delivering at Scale, Why SAFe Is Essential for Agile Teams

16 April, 2019 by Eric Goebelbecker Your organization is in the midst of an agile transformation. You know that agile is the way to go, and you're looking forward to, or maybe already reaping, some of the benefits. Who can argue with what agile brings to the table?...

Top 5 Container Metrics

28 March, 2019 by Christian Meléndez Even though containers are different from virtual machines (VMs), most of the metrics you get from a container are pretty similar to the ones you get from a VM or a physical server. What’s different is the meaning a metric has in a...

Top 5 Cloud Metrics

21 MARCH, 2019 by Mark Henke Preamble These days, deploying our services to the cloud just makes sense. Deploying to the cloud means you’re letting someone else handle low-level infrastructure costs, which gives us incredible flexibility. And with such flexibility...

Bimodal Explained – A Release Management View

15 March, 2019 by Vlad Georgescu Bimodal Explained *From a Release Management Perspective “The Hare and the Tortoise” is Aesop’s most famous fable. In it, we find two characters: one fast (the hare), and one slow (the tortoise). They run a race against each other,...