How to Build a DevOps Toolchain That Scales

Does your application delivery management system play well with other systems? If you said no, you’re in good company: Some 40% of 191 technology influencers and decision-makers in a recent BizTechInsights survey voiced that same complaint.

Due to the organic way agile and DevOps has evolved in many organizations, and the ever-growing number of tools aimed at the DevOps market, it’s not unusual to find teams working side-by-side, but separated by different tools.  And when everyone is using different tools, communication between the teams breaks down.

Rather than enforce a single set of tools across the entire organization, let your teams adopt a connected, loosely-coupled DevOps toolset that adds value by providing the necessary end-to-end communication and collaboration channels, while also integrating with the tools that the teams are already using. Consider:

  • Integrated toolsets are often available on the cloud, for easy consumption
  • These tools are integrated with each other, and fit into your existing toolset
  • They can supplement your existing tool set, and help you replace them over time as your needs change
  • They aggregate and present all of your life cycle and pipeline data and status, for easy tracking of progress and quality
  • They support frameworks for agile and DevOps transformations

Download the white paper, “How to Build a DevOps Toolchain That Scales,” to learn more about how connected lifecycle management tools enable effective communication at the enterprise level—without changing how your individual teams and team members work.

release-rel-2020-10-1-5313 | Wed Oct 14 18:06:08 PDT 2020
Wed Oct 14 18:06:08 PDT 2020