An agile software development life cycle (SDLC) adapts quickly to client demands through continuous feedback.
Despite its benefits, adopting DevOps is hard, and many companies struggle to make the transition.
If you’ve ever had to manage servers that are in a traditional data center, you know how difficult and time consuming it can be.
DevOps (the nifty moniker for “development and operations”) is an essential strategy that’s become a must for all-sized companies looking to reap the benefits of optimized performance, organization, and quality assurance.
It’s probably a bit trite to discuss, for maybe the 20th or 30th straight year, the rocket-like speed of the digital transformation.