To keep up with the changing requirements for cloud applications in the cloud sector, product teams have to automate their DevOps practices.
Cyber attacks are on the rise these past few years, forcing CTOs to adopt a Centralized User Management approach to optimize security.
A centralized operations management system helps teams to use tools, resources and IT services with visibility, availability and security.
Software-driven businesses are using DevOps to increase efficiency and minimize costs. And, DevOps metrics is an effective way to do this.
The need for fast, quality software brought operations monitoring into business’s IT strategy. Without it, issues would reach end-users first.
The transition from a traditional IT workflow model into a more cohesive, predictable, and collaborative one requires DevOps standardization.
As your company grows, naturally, your processes become more complex — with the majority of work requiring team collaboration. However, to get your people to work together productively, first, you need to standardize your stack. All the more so, if you’ve introduced DevOps processes into your work culture, which can enable your efforts for standardization. […]