DEVOPSdigest posed the following question to the development community: How should DevOps and development adapt to the new normal? In response, DevOps industry experts offered their best recommendations for how development teams can adapt to this new remote work environment. Part 4 covers testing, automation, SAAS and more.
Customers have become even more dependent on online and mobile services as quarantines and social distancing practices mandated during the Coronavirus, are driving increased digital engagements. Enterprises understand that they must accelerate their digital transformation initiatives — to rapidly and efficiently deploy new applications at the speed, scale and availability required for online services. Consequently, they will look for AI-driven solutions that can help simplify and optimize data operations and management to reduce manual overhead and errors, as well as lower TCO. Such solutions can monitor and learn resource usage patterns and optimally trigger autonomous processes such as scaling of resources to support planned and unplanned peaks to reduce overprovisioning. No-code capabilities that accelerate time-to-market will be preferred, and a stronger focus will be on more efficient roll-out of new applications.
VP of Marketing, GigaSpaces Technologies