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How to Build a DevOps Toolchain That Scales

Find out how to create a connected, fully integrated DevOps toolset that enables end-to-end communication and collaboration at enterprise scale.

Does your application delivery management system play well with other systems? If you said no, you’re in good company: Some 40% of 191 technology influencers and decision-makers in a recent BizTechInsights survey voiced that same complaint.

Due to the organic way agile and DevOps has evolved in many organizations, and the ever-growing number of tools aimed at the DevOps market, it’s not unusual to find teams working side-by-side, but separated by different tools.

When everyone is using different tools, communication between teams breaks down.

Use loosely coupled toolsets

Rather than enforce a single set of tools across the entire organization, let your teams adopt a connected, loosely-coupled DevOps toolset that adds value by providing the necessary end-to-end communication and collaboration channels, while also integrating with the tools that the teams are already using. Integrated toolsets:

  • Are often available on the cloud, for easy consumption.
  • Are integrated with each other, and fit into your existing toolset.
  • Can supplement your existing tool set, and help you replace them over time as your needs change.
  • Aggregate and present all of your life cycle and pipeline data and status for easy tracking of progress and quality.
  • Support frameworks for agile and DevOps transformations.

Register at right and download the white paper to learn more about how connected lifecycle management tools enable effective communication at the enterprise level—without changing how your individual teams and team members work.

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Find out how to create a connected, fully integrated DevOps toolset that enables end-to-end communication and collaboration at enterprise scale.

Does your application delivery management system play well with other systems? If you said no, you’re in good company: Some 40% of 191 technology influencers and decision-makers in a recent BizTechInsights survey voiced that same complaint.

Due to the organic way agile and DevOps has evolved in many organizations, and the ever-growing number of tools aimed at the DevOps market, it’s not unusual to find teams working side-by-side, but separated by different tools.

When everyone is using different tools, communication between teams breaks down.

Use loosely coupled toolsets

Rather than enforce a single set of tools across the entire organization, let your teams adopt a connected, loosely-coupled DevOps toolset that adds value by providing the necessary end-to-end communication and collaboration channels, while also integrating with the tools that the teams are already using. Integrated toolsets:

  • Are often available on the cloud, for easy consumption.
  • Are integrated with each other, and fit into your existing toolset.
  • Can supplement your existing tool set, and help you replace them over time as your needs change.
  • Aggregate and present all of your life cycle and pipeline data and status for easy tracking of progress and quality.
  • Support frameworks for agile and DevOps transformations.

Register at right and download the white paper to learn more about how connected lifecycle management tools enable effective communication at the enterprise level—without changing how your individual teams and team members work.