DevOps

DevOps and Automation

In an extremely volatile global market and economy which is witnessing many changes like Brexit or disruptions like the Coronavirus, all industries have to be on their toes to cope. All these events, directly and indirectly, impact Information Technology, whether it is Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) or System Integrators (SIs). There is great pressure on IT Leaders, CTOs, and CIOs to quickly improve and adapt their IT Processes and Systems.

DevOps & Automation is one of the most useful mechanisms that most companies can explore in this regard.

Gartner describes DevOps as “a journey towards a frequent and more reliable release pipeline, automation and stronger collaboration between development, IT and business teams”.

DevOps and AutomationSo. there is a lot of excitement about Devops and at the same time, there is a dearth of correct information.

zCon with its experience and expertise in DevOps and Automation brings you the most relevant and up to date information for your journey in this field.

Some of the high-level benefits of DevOps are:

  • Develop and build quality software
  • Take it to the market quickly
  • Faster alignment to a changing market
  • Stable and performing systems
  • Faster recovery

Some of the famous DevOps tools are:

  • Jenkins
  • Nagios
  • Docker
  • Kubernetes
  • Git
  • Gradle
  • Bamboo
  • CircleCI
  • Puppet Enterprise
  • Ansible
  • Rayguns
  • Azure DevOps

We are sure you will have a question: “Which tool is a good fit for me?”

Do look into an overview of the required ingredients for an organizational move towards the DevOps culture here.

There is nothing like a perfect fit but based on your requirements and needs you can explore and compare a few tools to decide on one which will work for you.

So, here is the first in our series of blogs on DevOps:

Start DevOps with CircleCI – Stepwise Guide

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