The way software is delivered has significantly changed as a result of DevOps.
Along with speeding up the delivery of software, it has also enabled new kinds of team cooperation. This led to a flexible atmosphere, which in turn caused a general cultural revolution inside the way the organizational operating. These all immediately translated into better performance, increased output, shortened time to market, cost savings, lower failure rates, and quicker recovery, among other things.
These advantages have caused DevOps’ popularity to soar and continue to do so at an exponential rate.
What caused this need for DevOps? It’s the Return on Investment (ROI) on DevOps investment, according to companies!
Yes, you heard it right. And in this whitepaper, we are going to explore how you can measure ROI from Devops.
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