In today’s dynamically changing digital economy, applications and the data that drives them are the new face of the business. However, it’s no longer enough to deliver applications that are available anywhere, anytime, and on any device.
To stay ahead of the competition, it’s crucial to be able to quickly release or update applications, internal or external, exactly when and where they’re needed.
more frequent code deployments.
faster lead time from commit to deploy.
faster to recover from incidents.
lower change failure rate.
DevOps success depends on a culture of cooperation, with common goals, inventives, and measures that bridge the gap between Ops and Dev. Getting there requires commitment from leadership and a willingness to remove barriers to true teamwork. The payoff? Speed to market with competitive advantage, and a better quality of life for all.
Organisations have been turning to DevOps methodologies to scale application innovation and get new features and functionality to market. But DevOps is more than just a set of tools or optimised workflow. DevOps actually represents a culture shift focused on integrating agile and lean processes for service delivery and delivering higher quality innovation at ever-increasing speeds.Download Now