“While software delivery has adopted an agile mindset, the operations side has not. What is the point of developing applications quickly and efficiently if software support & operations are not equally quick? We are only as good as the weakest link. A central integration platform with an architecture that comes with ready plug-ins to the ever-growing landscape of tools across the enterprise is necessary for the next-gen enterprise. IT will need to step up its game from delivering digital engagement applications to providing stable operations with 24/7 availability.”
In this Special Bytes episode, our guest Rachna Barsagade talks about High-Velocity IT and raises a question – Whether It Is a Fad or The Promising Future? Rachna is working as a Director at DxSherpa Technologies.
She discusses Why DevOps Alone Is Not Enough? Why Culture Is Important?
Don't miss the part where she discusses four essential best practices to achieve the holistic High-Velocity IT.
“Raise your hands if you know of a DevOps team waiting for their Dockers and Kubernetes container requests to be fulfilled or fidgeting their thumbs before their virtual machines arrive. Software installations and access provisioning should be the first port of call for automation. Even after software goes to production, linking to ticketing systems and deploying diagnostic script bots to achieve an end-to-end incident resolution are just some of the ways DevOps teams can self-serve”
"If you are a developer, how often have you had to wait for an urgent software install, thanks to the long queue of requests ahead of you? Why does one have to wait for approval? Why can’t employees be trusted to make reasonable requests? This is the new culture that high-velocity IT organizations need to lean into.”