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Tools play a pivotal role in the creation of any product, whether its a consumer good built through a manufacturing process or an app developed through a software delivery life cycle. The tools you use to build and create our products shape the overall value that they deliver to customers.
Microservices and containers can help you to build and deploy applications faster. But do these technologies actually make your applications run faster?
Back in 2012, in a report called DevOpsSec: Creating the Agile Triangle, Gartner identified the need for information security professionals to become actively involved in devops initiatives. Five years and more than 24 billion Docker image pulls later, that need is now a full-blown imperative.
Jenkins offers a simple way to set up a continuous integration or continuous delivery environment for almost any combination of languages and source code repositories using pipelines, as well as automating other routine development tasks. While Jenkins doesnt eliminate the need to create scripts for individual steps, it does give you a faster and more robust way to integrate your entire chain of build, test, and deployment tools than you can easily build yourself.
We started 2017 with predictions on what the year will bring for enterprise DevOps adoption, and as we approach the end of the year, we have seen more enterprises using DevOps-leading practices to both help keep up with innovative companies and be more agile, adaptable and scalable. For some organizations, DevOps represents a departure from traditional processes, roles and even responsibilities in favor of enabling more efficiency and speed for the business.
Striving to be an agile shop that is successful in devops isnt a new goal for most organizations. All teams want to deliver better apps faster.