The solutions and methodologies tackling business challenges are constantly evolving. From waterfall to agile and on to continuous integration and DevOps, successful software development is about achieving the improved efficiencies needed to meet ever-growing business requirements.
DevOps – a blend of Development and Operations – is not a straightforward fit for the mainframe environment. But change is required if enterprises are going to match more agile operations in meeting efficiency targets against a background of increasing application complexity.
This paper is a deep dive into what DevOps really means and how organizations can achieve the principles of improvement within the context of longer-established technology, such as the mainframe.
Our view is that, while improving inefficiencies will look different for each company, anyone can do it. Adopting DevOps means more than simply flipping a switch – it is about uncovering and implementing the technological and procedural changes that will deliver the desired improvements.
Real World DevOps
Our white paper states the case for achieving DevOps levels of efficiency by highlighting three examples of companies who have done just that. By implementing the right software at the right stage, they achieved DevOps-style benefits, including:
This dedicated white paper moves from thought leadership toward a practical guide to improving development practices. It explains these practices using real-world cases of enterprises implementing the DevOps philosophy to improve business efficiency. And it works.
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