Today’s business needs to be able to adapt quickly to changing markets and scale on demand to meet customer needs. To do so, they require not just technology but agility. This is why DevOps is such a popular operational model for businesses that are undergoing transformation. DevOps brings together people, processes and technology to enable the continuous delivery of customer value. The model facilitates collaboration and ensures software development and IT teams can focus on customer and business needs.
It’s a significant change from traditional IT practices, where technical specialists operate in silos. Today’s modern organisations work collaboratively and use DevOps to improve time to market in a stable and secure way. Of course, in order to achieve all of this, DevOps needs to be adopted in the right way. DevOps is more than just a technology trend; it’s a cultural shift. By following best practices, you can ensure a smoother adoption from the outset and quickly realise the benefits DevOps has to offer.
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About the Author
Prakash Annamalai is the Head of Technology at Intergy Consulting, who has more than 15 years of experience in designing and implementing technical architecture to achieve the best solutions for businesses. If you wish to talk to Prakash or one of Intergy’s other consultants to explore how can DevOps improve your business, please contact us today!