A lot of companies are affected by the COVID-19 outbreak, and their software design and development teams are no exception. Many of them are facing a new challenge: how to keep their development and IT operations going during this extraordinary situation. Software and IT teams need to respond to the rapid market changes quickly in a scalable and cost-effective way.
DevOps practices and cloud-based software development help businesses adapt to unexpected circumstances. DevOps practices in software design, development, and IT operations help improve their resilience and adopt new ways of working.
“Rapid changes in the market environment require software development organizations to react quickly. Adopting DevOps practices in software can help them cope with the changes. When the development process is documented and automated, businesses can adjust to changing market conditions faster, identify problems sooner and improve the resilience of their business in short cycles.”, says Ilari Nurmi, CEO of Eficode.
Eficode’s customers, including companies like GE Healthcare, Kone, Sennheiser, and Volvo, have built DevOps capabilities into their software development and service design operations. Eficode offers service design and DevOps expertise, and a unique DevOps platform, Eficode ROOT, as a cloud-based service.
Eficode hosts a special free-of-charge DevOps for Executives online seminar on March 27th to lower the threshold of DevOps adoption. Businesses can get in touch with Eficode at www.eficode.com/contact.
- Lauri Palokangas, CMO of Eficode, email@example.com, +358504864918
Eficode is the leading DevOps company in Europe, driving the DevOps movement across seven countries with ideas that put customer value and team satisfaction on center stage. Eficode was doing DevOps before the term even existed by advising global brands on how to make software more effectively. Today, Eficode transforms companies with unmatched DevOps expertise and solutions like the Eficode ROOT DevOps Platform, a DevOps Toolchain as a service. Eficode’s community of more than 300 professionals is building the future of software development together.