The value of collaboration and automation within the cloud: DevOps for AWS
DevOps offers numerous advantages in reducing the cost and complexity of IT deployments; however, adopting DevOps requires a significant cultural shift in how IT teams work together and across an organization. A successful DevOps program involves giving the right tools to the right people within the right team structure. WSM offers solutions to help support your organization on your DevOps journey within AWS, wherever you may be. From consulting to implementation, we are here to help.
Advantages of Adopting DevOps
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According to the 2017 State of DevOps report, high performing organizations effectively using DevOps principles achieve:
Multi-National Consumer Packaged Goods Company
Digital Mass Media Company
DevOps isn’t a new concept, but as organizations realize the need for more frequent and efficient releases, there has never been a better time to start your digital transformation journey. At the core of DevOps is a shift to continuous deployment and delivery, which results in faster time to market. The benefits are numerous, but how do you get there? The answer lies with building a DevOps roadmap that will help guide you to a full DevOps experience.
When implementing a DevOps culture, a focus on tools is destined to fail. Why? Because of the DevOps Equation. The DevOps Equation tells us that DevOps Success = Quality x Acceptance. Therefore, you could have a perfectly designed solution, but if it isn’t accepted by all of the stakeholders, then it is not going to be of much value to the organization, and it will eventually fail.
Like other components of IT, many managed technical professional service providers are now offering DevOps as a managed service. DevOps as a Service moves the traditional collaboration of DevOps to the cloud where many processes are automated using stackable virtual development tools.