As cloud adoption became the norm, we started witnessing the rise of the hybrid cloud where companies used both private and public cloud. However, the cloud environment is now becoming increasingly complicated with applications and services distributed across multiple public clouds, and the overall strategy is ‘mix and match.’Read more
DevOps is a software development approach that combines development and IT operations to ensure faster delivery by bridging the communication gap between the two departments. Using the DevOps approach, development and IT teams work in collaboration throughout the product development life cycle from design and development to delivery and support.Read more
Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be business-critical for companies looking to gain a competitive edge in the marketplace. DevOps teams must, therefore, integrate AI into their daily work.Read more
You are likely already familiar with the advantages of moving many of your business operations to the cloud. The added flexibility and scalability alone makes it easy for your company to rapidly adapt to changing environments. You have the ability to quickly change applications or provide more resources for your business with ease and minimal expense. You also have the advantage of being able to run various aspects of your business remotely from pretty much anywhere on the globe to be able to increase the opportunities for collaboration even if all of your business partners are not located in the same place.
Over the last decade, DevOps has transformed the software development landscape. The practice has led to development teams and IT operations working together to produce software faster. DevSecOps takes DevOps to the next level. In traditional software development, security teams got involved around the end of the development process, nearer to deployment. In a DevSecOps practice, the security tasks are prioritized from the start. It strengthens the DevOps process to create more secure and robust software.