Serverless computing is likely to see an explosive growth in coming years, driven by AI-based innovation.
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A well-known practice affecting businesses detrimentally is performing security checks on products towards the end of the development life cycle (SDLC). Adherences are thus enforced very late into the process, and when there is no pressure for a fast deployment, this model may very well work for the most part. However, in modern enterprise practices, product deployments and feature upgrades
Today’s container technology is revamping and transforming how businesses deploy and use applications in the data center and in the public cloud. "By 2022, more than 75% of global organizations will be running containerized applications in production, up from less than 30% today" - Gartner
Falling into the DevOps philosophy is quite a lot of effort considering the various facets of management that need to be achieved to reach optimal delivery standards. These bottlenecks force organizations to shy away from embracing DevOps as the core of their developmental activities.
Since organizations started to realize the importance and advantages of adopting DevOps practices as a core model in their development teams and operations, a great deal has been accomplished around the topic by clearly defining the DevOps journey. As it is seen as a step by step process to tapping the full potential of an organization’s capabilities and keeping in mind that the road to achieving
The pandemic has stepped up the momentum on multicloud adoption but without a strategy, enterprises will lose the opportunity to harness its potential for innovation.