Authored by: Karl Rubin, COO at Orasi Software Collaboration is a catalyst for speed. So, no matter how well once-miles-apart teams, like Dev and Ops, come together, the actual value of this collaboration is seen only when it culminates in the enhanced pace of application launch. When communication gets faster, automated, and streamlined, it is only natural that the rate at
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Authored by: Jim Azar, Sr. Vice President, CTO at Orasi Software A sports car is measured by the rate at which it goes from 0 to 60 mph. And every small spike in speed can make one car race way ahead of another. However, we would never use this same yardstick to measure the performance of the average family sedan.
Authored by: Jim Azar, Sr. Vice President, CTO at Orasi Software DevOps focuses on the ‘now’. The entire idea of agility and speed hinges on how fast development and operations teams handle code changes without compromising on reliability, performance, delivery schedule, and stability. To balance this challenging juggling act, the DevOps team needs the CI/CD pipeline, i.e. Continuous Integration and
Authored by: Mark Lewis, SVP Marketing and Sales If you release changes to production or release to users, a certain percentage here can go into the ‘failed’ basket or in the ‘degraded service’ bucket. Now, that can tell you a lot about ‘change failure rate.’ The Cost of Poor Software Quality in the U.S.: A 2020 Report indicates that unsuccessful
Authored by: Mark Lewis, SVP Sales and Marketing at Orasi Software In today’s digital era, simply choosing a new technology paradigm will not solve the deep-rooted structural and cultural clogs plaguing an organization’s software game. However, with DevOps, you can move toward the path of delivering true business value to the bottom line. Though, you must be able to move
Authored by: Mark Lewis, SVP Sales and Marketing at Orasi Software A meaningful DevOps transformation requires a significant investment of resources for an organization in terms of both time and money. With such an overhaul, there is an expectation the transformation will result in growth, improvement, and enhanced competitiveness. If your enterprise undergoes a transformation and still does not stand