DevOps is a new philosophy that will help software organizations innovate faster and more responsive to business needs. It promotes collaboration between developers and operation team which improves quality of software development and more frequent software releases.

Why DevOps?

What If you could improve your software development productivity by 2-3x, would that matter?

What if you decided all that stuff was too hard and didn’t make any sense for your company when you went back but your competitors decided to go all in and really started transforming the way they did the software development.

Can you see how that makes difference to your company, to your co workers and to yourself overtime.

DevOps will address all the issues

How DevOps?

Automated infrastructure/system provisioning.
Integrating DevOps tool kit into a System Delivery Platform.
Automated builds and automated releases.
Automated Documentation.
Automated scaling or spilling
Auto Documentation.

Key Benefits for business

Increased Customer Satisfaction & Retention.
Increased Business Efficiency.
Improved Response Time.
Increased Operations alignment to business goals.
Reduced Cost over time
Improved Business Agility.
Better Employee Productivity & Satisfaction.

Benefits associated with :

Faster delivery of new features.
Faster time to market.
Higher Quality or Fewer Bugs.
Lower cost to Deliver.
No more vendor/ Tech lock in.
More frequent software releases.
Accelerated development activities.
Reduced IT Costs.
Reduce Time for Action.
Better cooperation amongst project teams.
Automated server configuration reduces time window for resource management from days to minutes.
The other component to the formula is getting right tools. New tools are needed in this fast paced world.
We need a tool that allows us to build and test code continuously. Eg: Jenkins

We will need a tool for source control. Eg: Git hub. This will allow us to manage, track and document all the changes to application code and configuration management code.

We need a tool for configuration management such as Chef, Puppet and Saltstack. These tools will allow us to deploy the applications in an automated fashion may be across 100’s or 1000’s of servers in different locations.

We will also need new tools that will allow us to continuously measure the performance of their environment and application.

Generating, reading and analyzing system logs are extremely helpful to monitor an environment. But now that many environments have 100’s or 1000’s of servers, new tools like New Relic are required to make sense of all this data. This will allow us to know how the entire application is performing and help identify bottlenecks.

But many companies do not know how to use these tools or do not have the skills to automate the software delivery process.

Here come about Tech-bots again.


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