DevOps Vs Cloud
Cloud and DevOps Are Better Off Together
Culminating the two – Cloud computing and DevOps practices enable faster growth in the organizations’ simultaneous development and avoid doesn’t overlap the different steps in the process.
Cloud computing in DevOps allows the team to collaborate from different parts of the world in less than a jiffy and lifts off the burden of physical servers and hardware issues.
Pipeline streamlining becomes an easy process to deploy, maintain and implement. Hence the DevOps team deploy updates with fewer dependencies, avoiding single- point failures and build a more resilient data pipeline.
The emergence of Distributed Cloud is an advantage to DevOps- distribution of public cloud services to specific and varied physical locations with operation end of it closer to the administrators. This reduces cloud system maintenance complexities.
Aligning the security teams and DevOps also called DevSecOps, leads to increased security within the smaller steps in the automated processes – giving better security controls complete orchestration control to the management.
A cloud-first attitude and strategic DevOps approach opens up a pandora’s box of innovation and creating limitless possibilities for both small and large business owners.
The Post-COVID world has accelerated the proportion of IT spending on cloud services and the cloud-native computing environment is expected to hold more priority. DevOps is the future and as the days go by all of us will be adopting the DevOps + Cloud philosophy in numbers, not only unicorn organizations but traditional organizations as well. If you’re an enterprise stepping into the world of DevOps and Cloud and are looking for cost-effective digital solutions, then ping us now at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on (647) 503-4889. Our team is only a ping or call away.
Sudeep has been fascinated with technology for as long as he can remember. With over 10 years of experience, he specializes in providing innovative solutions for complex business requirements using cutting-edge technologies.
Growing up during the internet revolution, he has had his finger on the pulse of all major trends and developments in the tech sector. As a Principal Solutions Architect, he is passionate about helping organizations in their digital transformation journey. Sudeep ensures that Teqfocus’s service portfolio successfully meets the needs of organizations looking to adopt Cloud and DevOps at scale.