Putting a DevOps strategy in place makes sense if your business is interested in decreasing time to market, raising customer satisfaction, and increasing productivity and collaboration among your teams.
Does that sound like your company?
You’ve come to the right blog.
At NetApp, we understand the importance of the symbiotic relationship between the development and operation teams. Getting the two groups aligned is critical to both a successful DevOps implementation and to keep a competitive edge in the market.
Sounds good. But we aren’t Google or Amazon.
Elite status as a DevOps practitioner is achievable. It’s not necessary to be a tech giant to realize the same level of sophistication with DevOps. It all begins with support from the C-suite and a solid execution.
Only NetApp enables a consistent, seamless DevOps experience across on-premises, private, and public cloud to give you a hybrid multi-cloud environment designed to accelerate app development while streamlining your pipeline with cloud native DevOps technologies.
DevOps is a proven asset — as the infographic tells the story.
In the last year, the number of companies identified as elite performers nearly tripled — signaling a trend toward a new, elevated benchmark for DevOps success. If you’re an established company with an ingrained legacy of infrastructure, tools, and processes, you’re competing against upstarts who are not only adopting a DevOps culture from Day One, they’re also competing for top talent (against you).
The quicker you can embrace the cultural aspect of the move to DevOps, the sooner you’ll see the benefits. We know there’s not a one-size-fits-all approach to a successful DevOps strategy. The best way to get started is to take a critical look at the roles and responsibilities across your teams, and then offer a candid evaluation of the willingness to change across your entire organization.
To learn more about DevOps, visit the NetApp DevOps Solutions section.