Speeding up software development
According to research from analyst Zeus Kerravala, the software development process can be 40 to 50 percent faster by consolidating development and infrastructure operations.
Zeus Kerravala, founder and principal analyst at ZK Research, says that IT operations have always been relatively inefficient.
The iterative, siloed approach to software development and infrastructure provisioning—where a second team can’t start work until the first team is finished with their own tasks—introduces excessive human latency. Projects that should be completed in days often take months.
“When the right hand doesn’t know what the left hand is doing, delays, errors, and setbacks are inevitable,” Kerravala says.
“Our research shows that 90 percent of software-related IT projects are...
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