Businesses must build a strong DevOps business case to get funding and alignment to enable a transformation.
How is DevOps impacting the business?
Teams can only progress and perform as quickly as IT enables them to. These days, technology is a major point of differentiation for any type of company. In response, as a growing number of organizations look to increase agility and performance in their IT departments, one movement is changing the way two teams (development and operations) have traditionally collaborated: DevOps.
Despite being the industry buzzword of the year (well, maybe third after “containers” and “big data”), there is a lot of confusion over what DevOps means and how organizations can take advantage of the movement.
Consider this white paper as a good resource to help you learn more about how DevOps approaches are helping application development and DBA teams impact the business by:
- Increasing operating income
- Protecting revenue
- Improving cash flow
If you haven’t already begun to evaluate where your team should start with DevOps, now is the time. You and your business can’t afford to wait.