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All software companies run into the same fundamental problems. Features take longer than expected while the deployment and the team collaboration are far from expectation.

Get more done with powerful Agile + DevOps combination.


The Technology Problem

Traditional infrastructure

The older infrastructure can create a problem, and even it served the organization for years, the older foundation will have stability problems, and it may also face the challenge of lack of support. Using an infrastructure-as-a-code with microservice in another step towards the future continuous innovation it change the development lifecycle. It helps to adapt to changing market and customer needs quickly.

By moving to microservices architecture from traditional infrastructure, and organization should have the configuration management, foundations of automation and continues delivery in place. It enables them to cope up with increase operational workloads that micro service bring.

Integrating Tools and Different Domains

You can’t buy DevOps, as DevOps is not a software, tool, process, company, or person. It’s methodology used to especially by IT professional. There are, however, Products, Tools, and services that help enable different DevOps practices and different team which can be used to make things easier.

We all know that Continues integration is one of the significant pillars of DevOps, so we need to integrate all the tools properly to make testing, deployment and building all work together in a continues matter. The major challenge is how to integrate all the tools to work collaboratively.


Process challenges

Changing well Defined Process to more Efficient ones

The best way to identify the inefficiencies is to check the process and find out what is and isn’t working. Start by looking at the waste areas where the resources are exhausted, and they are not giving correct value. Some process may be resistant to implementing change, which may cause unnecessary lags within the business and organization. It is essential to understand it is not just the responsibility of software developer to check the process work from them. DevOps is a process that combine development teams and other IT stakeholder to achieve a common goal to make delivery faster and higher quality of work in the market.


The People Problem

Resistance to change

The shift to DevOps can be scary to majority of team member and key stakeholder. Saying people that they need to change can be considered as a bad reflection on the person who is receiving the advice. Changing to DevOps will not happen overnight; it will be smooth and gradual. It will allow everyone to develop the DevOps culture as they slowly become part of it and also find the different ways they can contribute to development process.

To experiment, find a small product or a part of a present existing application to recreate it into DevOps practices. If the team can see the benefits in the DevOps, then the other group will also want to adopt the new ways of working. It will help many organizations to enter into DevOps and continue their work in the modern world of DevOps.