2018 State of DevOps Report
The age of application-centric IT is upon us, requiring organizations to deploy and manage a greater number of applications more quickly than ever before. DevOps can help businesses more efficiently develop and get their apps into production, and implementation of DevOps practices has grown significantly year over year, according to Interop and InformationWeek’s survey of technology decision-makers.
As adoption of DevOps increases, IT leaders are shifting their focus from overcoming organizational and cultural barriers to releasing high-quality applications at high speed and using specialized tools to do so.
This report explores our respondents’ DevOps initiatives and reveals:
- A large jump in DevOps adoption since 2017 survey results
- Increased pressure to release software at a faster pace is driving DevOps adoption
- High percentages of respondents are realizing improved performance as the result of implementing DevOps
- The most popular tools and products used by DevOps teams
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