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While Perforce already has a strong DevOps portfolio, thanks to the purchase of Puppet, the business will be able to place a greater focus on scaling and hopefully address many long-standing automation challenges that face businesses of today.
When considering the future of DevOps, James stresses the fast rate at which this area is evolving: ‘we’re at an interesting stage of maturity…where value-stream management is at the centre of activities – we have a programme called velocity which makes that connection between the data visible. Over the next few years, more companies creating DevOps will be freed up by automation.’
The VSM capability in UrbanCode Velocity ingests data from various software development tools in the software delivery pipeline to provide insights into where the delivery process is experiencing bottlenecks, which code changes are behind schedule, and which teams and devs are overloaded. Armed with this information, a self-organizing app-dev team can rebalance, make adjustments and refine handoffs to optimise through-put and maintain a happy team.
With Microsoft investing over $1 billion every year on cyber security research and development, Azure has a great deal of security layers that protect sensitive business data. The technology firm also says that they have over 90 compliance offerings, which is the largest portfolio in the industry.
Beating expectations, DevOps platform GitLab announced fourth-quarter financial results that reported an increase in revenue of 69% from a year ago to reach $77.8 million. These results are due, in part, to the increasing adoption of DevOps solutions by companies across the world.