There’s a lot of noise out there about DevOps right now—and with good reason. With its goals of removing IT bottlenecks and putting the business back in charge of innovation speed, DevOps focuses on putting new ideas and tools into action faster and more efficiently. The idea of extending “agility” from conception to delivery improves IT’s ability to respond to business needs.
Think about how its principles can yield meaningful results for your business.
The business intelligence insights your organization has in all the data it stores can lead to game-changing opportunities--if your analytics system has the power to uncover them. Traditional data analytics are often maxed out by big data, unable to return results in a timely fashion, resulting in missed business opportunities. Business and marketing leaders can’t execute on new ideas to generate more revenue because IT can’t support their requests to add new data sources to existing queries.
One of the most significant advantages to disaster recovery in the cloud is how cost-effective it becomes to deploy comprehensive DR plans across a company’s entire IT infrastructure. Cloud computing delivers faster recovery times and multi-site availability at a fraction of the cost of conventional disaster recovery.
There are a lot of benefits with cloud computing –
cost-effective resource use, rapid provisioning, scalability and elasticity.
One of the most significant advantages to cloud computing is how it changes
disaster recovery, making it more cost-effective and lowering the bar for
enterprises to deploy comprehensive DR plans for their entire IT
infrastructure. Cloud Computing delivers faster recovery times and multi-site
availability at a fraction of the cost of conventional disaster recovery.