Get full visibility into network configurations, cloud resources, and applications within the business infrastructure.
The success of a business is dependent on the ability of IT operations and development teams to maintain and control their work environment. This includes managing network configurations, services, and devices.
Give DevOps the ability to monitor and manage resources on the network and in the cloud is critical in staying within budget and avoiding downtime.
Apps and services, such as APIs, are the lifeblood of the product development lifecycle. Make sure you have aircover on any potential hiccups in your environment
IT needs to be able to respond when DevOps teams hardware and software issues, but DevOps needs to provide proof before IT can step in. Network monitoring gives both parties the insight to be proactive about solving issues without passing the buck.
Development teams need resources readily available at all times to avoid scheduling conflicts and meet deadlines. IT’s main goal in a DevOps environment is to make sure dev teams don’t run into any network, application, and hardware bottlenecks.
DevOps by definition is the joint effort of development and IT operations to maximize output within the software development lifecycle. It doesn’t help that most IT teams are being reactive vs. proactive when it comes to troubleshooting. Make sure that all stakeholders have the bandwidth, proper device configurations, and tools to get the job done as effectively as possible.
Sean Kenworthy, Senior Manager of Development Operations and Release Engineering at Ipswitch, discusses the roles of Development and IT in a DevOps environment, and how network monitoring tools integrate into the software development process.
Development Operations (DevOps) has brought IT operations and development teams a lot closer than ever before. Both sides are using network monitoring and other IT tools in some capacity, but how is DevOps taking over functions that used to be in IT's wheelhouse?