Cloud costs can be unpredictable, volatile, and hard to understand. Engineers at Adobe have once burned through $80,000 of cash in a single day on Microsoft Azure. Five years ago, another SaaS company was overpaying AWS “just” $14,000 a month. Intervention from our DevOps team saved them over $840,000!
There is a surprising statistic: in 2020, the poor quality of software products cost companies more than $2 trillion in the US alone. The COVID-19 pandemic also played its part; in response to the pandemic challenges, enterprises struggled to offer value at the necessary pace without jeopardizing the quality of their software products.
Modern software development can be labeled anything, but definitely not a cakewalk. To ensure effective collaboration of all participants and build advanced solutions, companies apply various software development approaches, and one of them is Lean. It was developed as an effective anti-crisis solution, and it’s not surprising that it is in high demand now.
There is no single blueprint for businesses to follow in order to adapt to the digital age. But even though each industry is moving at different paths and paces while undergoing digital transformation, they have one thing in common: they are all adopting modern digital technologies.
Be it a dating app or a smart energy management system, the software development life cycle includes several complex stages, and architecture design is one of them.
Long gone are the days when companies could produce an innovative feature and reap the benefits for years to come. Now they have to experiment at a breakneck pace to stay competitive. Even a few years ago Amazon deployed software every 11.6 seconds. DevOps is the approach that makes this speed possible.
If you want to learn how to create and deliver high-quality software products, you have to follow a plan. Benjamin Franklin once said, “if you fail to plan you are planning to fail”.
DevOps is a mature philosophy that promises faster time to market and higher product quality. But how can you realize these benefits? You need to understand what metrics separate high-performing teams from average DevOps practitioners. This article will explain the essential DevOps metrics and how to measure them.
Business needs faster time to market, higher product quality, and team efficiency. Development and Operations (DevOps) is a proven approach to achieve these benefits.
In a world jam-packed with digital solutions, there should not be the need to talk about the importance of quality assurance. The competition is too high and there’s no room for error.
5 years ago we started working with a leading US company that helps businesses improve their online reputation. Our DevOps team was first invited to perform infrastructure maintenance. Yet, it soon became apparent that the project required some major reworks, starting with a microservice architecture.
Rewriting Infrastructure as Code and Streamlining the Release process for a Large FinTech Startup[Case Study]
Half a year ago we were contacted by a fast-growing mobile bank. They needed a DevOps specialist to support their infrastructure. What started as a small maintenance job soon became the basis for many improvements we’ll discuss in this case study.