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Private Cloud 2.0 – DevOps Accelerator

DevOps represents a fusion of the traditionally separate departments of software Development and Operations management

A principle theme of our next upcoming webinar is how to engineer an accelerated ‘DevOps’ environment.

DevOps represents a fusion of the traditionally separate departments of software Development and Operations management. In short the teams who write software and those who then run the servers and hosting to run the software.

Each is armed with a large foam pointing finger that says “It’s their fault” and this is how work is managed..

DevOps rides the wave by taking advantage of improving automation across internal Private Clouds as well as external hosting firms, meaning they can build on this to also use other software management tools and processes so that they can still further improve this more integrated approach.

This enables software teams to take on more ‘DevOps’ type models where Development and Operations are more closely integrated, and can operate application deployment lifecycles faster.

Read the DevOps eBook from Evolven.

Evolven products can be used to implement Cloud Configuration Management, a key foundation capability to enable and enhance DevOps.

Agile Cloud Computing

Agile is an approach to software development that favours lots of little changes, rather than a small number of very big ones, which is more the traditional approach in large enterprise.


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