The promises made by DevOps means it’s now firmly on the radar for businesses. Building upon the best practices of previous methods in order to drive forward performance in the modern world, DevOps for the Enterprise offers a new way to deliver added value to customers. But where technology is concerned, there’s always developments and progress along the way. So, what are the latest developments when it comes to enterprise?
Sometimes it takes a while for something to grow a following, however other times, it seems to take off almost without any buzz. Companies of all sizes are now beginning to implement DevOps practices en masse as they see the benefits from others in their sector. However, one of the biggest reasons for increased uptake has been down to the savvy new companies rising though that ranks that have been implementing DevOps without even calling it DevOps since day one.
Faster turnaround times
One of the main goals of DevOps is to create a more streamlined service and business process. And with more and more companies jumping on the DevOps bandwagon, it seems that faster turnaround times are finally happening for both B2B and B2C companies. As a result, there are increased profit margins and growth opportunities.
Tech needs tech to survive, so there’s no wonder that investment in infrastructure has multiplied over the last few years. Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure are just two examples of virtual infrastructures that have helped companies really grab onto DevOps. These virtual infrastructures, combined with the automation tools that provide companies undertaking DevOps with the capacity to configure a server remotely, have really driven forward DevOps, how it works and of course, how it can catapult a company.
As with everything new, DevOps had its teething problems when it first came to prominence. But now it’s an established way of working, for many, these issues seem to have been ironed out. As a result, the focus has shifted to security and ensuring files, folders and important details are kept safe. By working together, teams are able to prevent more hacks and security breaches than ever before. And as we all know, this is vital to enterprises.
Have you made use of DevOps in your business? How has it helped you to improve the way you work over the years?
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