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Adopting DevOps has proven to be a powerful way for many enterprises to boost productivity, efficiency and profits. Countless studies have found that those firms who embrace the DevOps approach can expect to gain a range of positive business benefits, with a CA Technologies report showing that not only did DevOps result in a 51% increase in employee productivity, but DevOps firms also saw a 38% increase in growth originating from new revenue sources.
Launched last year by Julian Colin and Kan Yilmaz, Haystack Analytics seeks to improve productivity and quickly identify developers who are at risk of burning out. The funding will be used to effectively support employees and eliminate bottlenecks around code and productivity.
The world became a different place post-Covid-19. How we work, communicate and collaborate has been redefined–possibly forever.
Our company, OpsRamp, has a distributed team across the U.S. and India for development and operations. When “shelter in place” hit the entire world, we were not sure how we’d be able to execute our projects, customer commitments, and day-to-day operations. Most of our engineers rarely worked from home and in India, some even left their homes to be with extended families and parents during lockdown.
It’s time to stop and think about what’s important and impactful for the productivity of your organisation Today marks World Productivity Day, a day that aims to bring awareness to the benefits of productivity. As most people know, staying productive is not always easy. But there are many ways businesses can encourage employees and teams… Read More