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Being able to modernise applications means being able to deliver them at speed, with reliability and security, whether they’re cloud-native or updated legacy, whether they’re in the data centre or in a multi-cloud environment.
Fintech apps are changing users’ relationships with money. Whether your users are freelancers, amateur investors or just trying to gain more control over their finances, fintech apps offer new and innovative ways to move, save, and invest funds.
If you’re a fintech app developer, chances are your users are looking to you to help them make their financial lives easier. Popular apps like Twine help users automatically move money into a savings account to achieve financial goals or build emergency funds, and apps like Steady help string together payments from multiple sources to help paint a detailed picture of a freelancer’s income.
On a near daily basis, new articles are published claiming “This is NOT DevOps” and “You don’t get it, DevOps is not about this!” or “This is not how you do continuous delivery,” and so forth.
While well-intentioned and often with a precise mental model in mind, the reality is that these articles are not really helping, but just creating more confusion.