Organizations in the software development industry have been leveraging the benefits of DevOps to accelerate quality, reduce costs, and improve time-to-market. At the same time, they have also been capitalizing on Cloud to enable better availability, security, and scalability of the products they build. But the realm of DevOps and Cloud largely remains untapped because not many have used the two concepts together to drive two-fold benefits. And those who do realize the benefits are struggling to uncover the real truth behind common myths about DevOps on Cloud.
Cloud and DevOps both are experiencing widespread growth and adoption across the globe.
While the cloud computing market is expected to be worth $832.1 billion by 2025, the global DevOps market size is expected to reach $12.85 billion by 2025. Although almost every organization today is embracing both these concepts to drive better development efficiencies, when used together, they offer the ability to automate provisioning and modify platform configurations on demand to speed up deployment.
Together, DevOps and Cloud can deliver unmatched benefits across:
Despite the benefits of using DevOps on Cloud, a majority of enterprises are still keeping their distance from embracing DevOps and Cloud together – mostly because of the misinformation or myths that surround them.
Here are 6 common myths doing the round and the real truths behind each one of them:
In today’s competitive business era, Cloud and DevOps are like two peas in a pod! Although you can use both in isolation to meet different business objectives, when used together, they can turbocharge your development efforts and allow you to meet all your goals with greater ease.