Interview with our CTO: Applying DevOps to Workload Automation
July 18, 2019 9:00 am
DevOps: you’ve heard the term a thousand times, but what makes it truly buzzworthy? And how is it relevant to Workload Automation? Development and Operations teams know that their work is fundamental to a company’s success, from setting up fundamental processes and jobstreams to the completion of individual SLAs. Without an emphasis on DevOps, the software development life cycle would be entirely unmanageable, from development to delivery to use of software.
Taking a DevOps approach to business requires cross-functional collaboration between all teams involved, ranging from business operations to software development. The agility required within and between these teams is necessary to remain flexible to accommodate an ever-changing environment and keep up in a competitive marketplace. For businesses of any size, the whole picture of applying DevOps principles can boost operational efficiency and improve overall business outcomes.
However, in order to reap the full range of benefits from implementing a DevOps approach, companies must attain effective continuity between teams. This can be a challenge, particularly in the world of Workload Automation.
The Need for DevOps in Workload Automation
So how do DevOps principles become applicable and accessible to Workload Automation? Our Chief Technology Officer Jennifer Chisik says that there’s actually a pretty simple yet crucial connection between the two. In a new mini-podcast, Jennifer discusses the buzz around DevOps and how Terma’s solution is primed to seamlessly bring DevOps principles into workload environments. Listen to the podcast here.
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