How to implement DevOps?
Incorporating the DevOps methodology into your organisation means much more than buying several new software tools. It requires significant changes in the work and communication culture.
Our white paper can help you understand the crucial areas that have to be addressed and the best methods with which to do so.
You’ll have the opportunity to learn:
- Why versioning and the shift-left paradigm are important for the continuous delivery of software.
- How to set up an architecture that enables efficient development and testing.
- How the product-first approach can help make your teams more productive and collaborative.
- Which performance metrics should be most important for the DevOps model.
The white paper features actionable insights that can be used at every stage of your DevOps adoption journey.
You’ll be able to find a checklist of questions that can help you assess how well your company is performing in the abovementioned key areas. You can treat them as a starting point, but they can also serve as a means to measure and increase your company’s DevOps efficiency.
DevOps principles & best practices
The need for DevOps adoption in the current IT market landscape is evident. Every organisation that delivers software wants to accelerate delivery, release more frequent updates, and improve security.
Our white paper can help you leverage the tremendous potential of DevOps. You’ll have the opportunity to read about the most important aspects of implementing DevOps. Being aware of these aspects is crucial to building a culture of shared responsibility and efficient communication, as DevOps is about more than simply enabling automation, continuous integration and delivery.
Download our white paper and learn how to incorporate all these elements, so that your organisation can take full advantage of DevOps.