How to combine DevOps and cloud to achieve speed, quality, and cost-effectiveness
Organizations successfully using DevOps practices deliver software faster, with higher quality, and gain the ability to spend more of their time working on new features. This means that DevOps improves the business outcomes of those organizations.
Successful cloud adoption brings benefits in regards to scalability, availability, and cost-effectiveness. It also makes the adoption of new technologies and thus innovation and experimentation much easier.
Being successful in these two disciplines results in the business agility companies need to survive. Effectively coupling the two approaches together will reap the benefits of the speed, quality, and efficiency of DevOps with the cost-effectiveness and ability to innovate in cloud.
In this guide, we’ll walk you through:
- How DevOps and cloud support each other
- The cultural shift needed for DevOps and cloud adoption
- Technical practices that should be adopted with DevOps and cloud
- The benefits to be gained from maximizing cloud usage with DevOps
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