To overcome the challenges of constant market change, businesses must be ‘changeable’ too. This means having the agility to spot and seize opportunities fast, introduce new products on demand, revamp business processes, and create new business models. The only way for companies to be able to do all this is by continuously improving their innovation cycles and supporting them with people-amplifying technologies. Businesses and enterprise IT together must deal with a big part of the challenge of boosting enterprise agility.
DevOps and Agile, when integrated to work at enterprise scale can empower CIOs to drive continuous delivery in support of the high-performing enterprise’s need.
DECCAN Agile & DevOps Services adopt a Design Thinking-led approach to enterprise agility that helps clients drive Agile & DevOps adoption in an integrated way, taking an end-to-end view.
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DevOps is essential for any business aspiring to be lean, agile, and capable of responding rapidly to changing marketplace demands. It is an approach on the journey to lean and agile software delivery that promotes closer collaboration between lines of business, development, and IT operations while removing barriers between your stakeholders, and your customers.
To be essential to customers, all stakeholders in the delivery process need to collaborate. Development teams need to design, develop, deliver and run the software as quickly and reliably as possible. Operations teams need to identify and resolve problems as soon as possible by monitoring, predicting failure, managing the environment and fixing issues. Combining this common approach across Dev and Ops with the ability to monitor and analyze bottlenecks and optimize as quickly as possible gives you DevOps—a collaborative approach across business, development, and operation stakeholders to deliver and run reliable software as soon as possible.
Benefits of DevOps
Implementing a DevOps practice can add value to your organization through a number of benefits, including the following:
- Faster code delivery
- Faster time to market
- Higher-quality software
- Improved collaboration between developers and operations
- Decreased time to resolution for fixing bugs and vulnerabilities
- A culture that brings business, development, and operations together for improved responsiveness to market demands