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Predictions for DevOps in 2016

Posted By Roxanne Alexander, Wednesday, October 21, 2015

The top 5 predictions for changes coming to the way you design, build, test, and deliver software and services.

Software has become the most important tool for most businesses to find, capture, and retain customers. Unlike a physical product, software can be changed quickly and often—and today, that’s exactly what customers expect.

Savvy businesses are using the rapid pace of development to drive more and more differentiation into the marketplace. They’re improving software continuously. And increasingly, they’re doing this through DevOps. By ensuring close collaboration between developers and operations staff throughout the entire services lifecycle, enterprises become better able to ensure quality, maximize speed, and anticipate market changes. We predict that 2016 will bring some significant advances in the DevOps world. Here are five developments you need to know about to compete:

1.     Large enterprises will get onboard fully

2.     Standards will emerge

3.     Security will become integrated with DevOps

4.     Key toolsets will take off

5.     Jobs will change

 

To explore these predictions, pre-register now to receive “Predictions for DevOps in 2016,” which you can use to prepare your enterprise for changes coming to the way you design, build, test, and deliver software and services.


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