DevOps

Looking for continuous integration and continuous delivery in QA? DevOps...

DevOps encourages development and operations teams to function as one single cohesive unit, focused on delivering business values across the IT value chain. It also helps in release management, delivery and deployment with continuous automation. Here we will discuss how DevOps can be helpful to deliver continuous integration & continuous…

Cloud Operations and Continuous Monitoring

IT operations management (ITOM) and IT operations analytics (ITOA) help an organization ensure consistency, reliability and quality of services. Latest IT trends affecting IT operations include cloud computing, machine-to-machine (M2M) communications and the Internet of Things (IoT). IT operations are mainly concerned with various procedures and services administered and monitored…

FAQs on DevOps

1. How do you define DevOps? DevOps is a clipped compound term which combines “Development” and “Operations” practices of IT software development, having originated in the mid 2000s among IT professionals looking for efficient and innovative ways to automate and speed up the process of software delivery. As a change…

Addressing Smart Home Automation challenges using DevOps

The global home automation system market is expected to increase from US$ 32.11 BN in 2015 to US$ 78.27 BN by 2022, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 12.46% between 2016 and 2022. The growth of the home automation system market is recognized to factors such as significant…

IoT and DevOps | What it takes to overcome the...

The number of connected devices is expected to rise to 26.3 billion by 2020 (Cisco Virtual Networking Index Forecast from 2015 to 2020). In order to sustain this double-digit growth, IoT solution providers are bracing themselves for the challenges in handling such a huge volume of data, and the growing…

DevOps in IoT: Creating a Connected Future

The growing adoption of Internet of Things is making enterprises and consumers alike excited about the prospect of a connected future.  IoT devices happen to have a life-cycle beyond deployment, as each one is essential to the proper functioning of a larger, connected ecosystem comprising many other devices. Think of…

DevOps for Industrial IoT Systems

The focus towards enabling enhanced connectivity in IoT interfaces have led to the evolution of industry benchmarks, such as Bluetooth 4.2 (BLE with IPV6 readiness), 6LoWPAN (IPv6 over Low power Wireless Personal Area Networks), ZigBee 3.0 based on IEEE802.15.4, Z-Wave Alliance ZAD12837 / ITU-T G.9959, Google Thread and more. IoT…

An Introduction to Environment as Code in DevOps

When Infrastructure as Code is simply not enough! In the last few years, organizations aiming for continuous delivery have started treating their entire infrastructure as if it were just a piece of software. This philosophy known as “Infrastructure as Code (IAC)” allows project teams to combine together development pipelines, physical…

DevOps in Medical Devices

Success in today’s marketplace calls for a greatly reduced product development cycle which can combine speed, agility and precision to roll out new offerings and services in weeks, sometimes days, not months. Struggling with organizational silos is increasingly seen as an innovation-killer. In recent times, DevOps has emerged as a…

DevOps in IT versus DevOps in Internet-of-Things

In our last post on How DevOps drives business in PES, we briefly touched on the key differences between DevOps for connected devices and DevOps for pure play IT. It was shown that when it comes to product engineering, the physical component and existing legacy systems add an extra layer…