DevOps is a crucial part of application maintenance and feature enhancement that supports experiment-driven, fast-learning, flexible, and high-velocity engineering culture.

“Organizations can reduce the number of application outages by at least 50% and simultaneously deliver services 50% faster by automating 70% of their network change activities.”-Gartner

AI and ML have penetrated their way into enterprise operations, and there’s every reason to believe that most of it will happen in the cloud.

The cloud has been a boon for many companies struggling to maximize their IT infrastructure while keeping costs in control. With the cloud, enterprises of any size can store information on remote data centers instead of on-premises

A report by IBM showed a rise in container usage for production enterprise workloads from 25 to 44 per cent.

Companies are doing everything possible to stay competitive in today’s demanding and hyper-aware market.

The whole world is moving to the cloud, and undoubtedly that is where the future is. As long as you are clear about the process that you are following to migrate to the cloud and ask the right questions to find the comprehensive cloud migration solution that works for you.

Enterprise-level businesses are rapidly migrating business-critical workloads to the cloud. It also paves complex applications and custom/Independent Software Vendor (ISV) applications to lessen the weight on workflow

Diving right into cloud transformation without prior road-map could be a flop show. If you’re not sure about which business case needs to be considered for cloud transformation, then stop right there.

In our earlier blogs, we discussed the questions that you should ask during evaluation of a comprehensive cloud migration solution.

“Cloud services industry to grow exponentially in the years to come and more than $1.3 trillion in IT spending will be directly or indirectly affected by the shift to cloud by 2022”