DevOps – edeXa AG leading in Software Delivery
DevOps, the next wave of innovation in software development.
Andrew Polania chief information officer (CIO) explains why edeXa adopted DeVops.
Instead of designing software in a vacuum, we built with specific business needs and system integration in mind. With our extraordinary DeVops team in edeXa, Developers and operations share equal responsibility for code delivery and stability.
Regardless of process, DeVops have been able to fully increase the quality of code and bring a greater focus on optimizing the use of cloud technologies. Limited impact on interactions between our teams and distinct application development processes.
Reorienting our IT operations around a two-speed means: IT architecture with solid, transactions on the back end and fast-changing, facing apps on the front end is a requirement for adopting both agile and DevOps methods for most established channels we are using.
– Optimizes the Entire Business
- Improves Speed and Stability of Software Development and Deployment
- Gets You to Focus on What Matters Most: People
Automation Will Play a Major Role Each in the Future of IT processes.
Running At Two Speeds.
Businesses born online have changed how technological infrastructure is managed effectively and how software applications are developed and deployed during the last decade . They were among the first to integrate their software development activities with their IT operations, focusing on the continuous delivery of minor updates, with teams quickly designing, integrating, testing, delivering, and monitoring software changes.
We built a cloud-based IT infrastructure that enables engineers to release software updates each day and of cloud-hosted microservices, each of which is managed by a dedicated DevOps team.
Developers don’t need to ask the IT operations team for resources since they can turn code into deployable web images automatically.
Microservice designs have a number of advantages over monolithic architectures. They can eliminate single points of failure (SPOFs) by ensuring that failures with one service do not cause the program to crash or impact other parts.
Individual microservices can be scaled out to increase availability and capacity on their own.
edeXa enhances functionality by introducing new microservices without having to use more resources.
AUTHOR – Alexandra Peeters