Like it or not, it’s packaged applications that keep businesses running. Companies rely on packaged application software to support a range of business needs from customer-focused business technology applications to solutions for managing people, finances, operations, and products. These applications are at the core of business operations, ensuring things like warehouse management, payroll, and email communication work the way they need to.
Modern development teams at both startups and large enterprises are facing huge challenges in today’s digital landscape. Juggling new frameworks, tools, and languages while developing secure, high quality code is a challenge for many developers today.
Over the past several years, the federal government has embraced the cloud as a way to manage IT assets and operations. Yet while today's leading cloud platforms adhere to the specific federal access and usage regulations, agencies must still be vigilant about monitoring their security and compliance.
Velocity. Quality. Traceability. Scaleability.
For companies, it’s these characteristics that form the definition of “DevOps.” But it doesn’t stop there; doing DevOps right also means considering the processes, the culture, and the tools to deliver software and solutions for today’s value-hungry customers.