Digital transformation has taken the world by storm, with the majority of industries transforming their businesses and services leveraging technology. The speed of transformation has been faster than ever before. All thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic! It has accelerated the need to transform legacy systems and use newer digital technologies. But with this increasing need to accelerate development and time to market, businesses need to embrace security if they want to be successful in the longer run. The most prominent concern in the IT industry is data security breaches, having a majority of organizations experienced an IoT security breach. Cyber-attacks can have adverse effects on your businesses, resulting in reputational damage, operational disruptions, and financial losses. Such breaches affect all types of organizations, especially SMEs. We all are aware of data breaches in Facebook, LinkedIn, and Uber. With these increasing incidents, preventing these breaches and enhancing security has become crucial. This is why businesses are turning to DevSecOps: an extension of the concept of DevOps that ensures code quality and reliability assurance. As of now, almost 36% of organizations are using a DevOps or DevSecOps method for software development, and it is only going to rise with time.
Cloud computing is one of the technologies that are changing our world with their wide range of applications and benefits. It has something for almost every enterprise. The current scenario, in which the cloud has taken over how the world consumes technology today, is full of challenges and opportunities. And the same is true for every business, be it big or small, new-age or traditional. In fact, cloud computing itself, is now, a big business. By the end of 2022, the global IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS market size is going to hit $107, $71, and $145 billion, respectively. Adopting the cloud has several benefits, such as it helps you improve your budget flexibility by shifting spending from CapEx to OpEx, enhances business agility and flexibility, etc. However, there is a considerable reduction in time to market for new services, which is why enterprises now rely heavily on cloud services for automation. It helps them obtain resources on-demand that have limitless computing cycles and storage.
Businesses are widely adopting cloud migration to move their digital business operations into the cloud i.e., shifting the on-premise or legacy infrastructure to the cloud. The major reason for the same is that it helps them avoid the need to build and maintain an on-premise infrastructure. Not only this, but it also brings ease of data back-up and recovery.
Organizations across the globe are embracing digital transformation while modernising their business processes and optimising IT infrastructures. It brings technologies like cloud computing to the forefront in addition to their automation, orchestration and data analytics. But as organizations move from static, on-premise infrastructure to dynamic cloud services and hybrid infrastructures, they face several challenges on the way that must be addressed by the IT operators, networking teams, security teams, and developers. With this blog, we will take a deeper insight into some of the major challenges faced while adopting or managing multi-cloud and how organizations can manage it efficiently. Let’s get started!
Putting together a software development project is not as easy as it may sound; in fact, it can be quite challenging. Even the smallest things take proper expertise and it’s tough to develop a useful product without qualified specialists. It is possible though, but only when you are ready to compromise on the quality. So, what should one do: hire an offshore software development team or just use in-house developers? Talent knows no boundaries and hence it is scattered all over the world. You might not succeed in finding local talent or a reputable agency in your city, that too at an affordable price. It is a very common problem faced by the majority of companies which is why they consider setting up a dedicated remote team. With this approach, you can not only find the right talent in your budget but a lot of benefits too. Before we discuss those benefits, let’s quickly take a look at what exactly is offshore software development.
IT faces constant pressure coming from ever-evolving customer demands that require organizations to do more with less. In fact, it is constant for almost every sector and it is only intensifying as time passes. In the past few years, we have noticed a trend in IT leaders striving to bring in reliability, scalability, and customer-centricity. Not only this, but they want to realize the same while lowering the total cost of ownership simultaneously. To help IT leaders realize this dream, AIOps (Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations) has been offering a lot of benefits and it is emerging as one of the best solutions to this issue so far. Since it is a new concept, it is quite obvious that your clients won’t be familiar with the term and will need answers to their questions related to the topic. The same is required to know how to better understand, approach, and implement AIOps to turbocharge your IT operations i.e., you need to understand the concept in detail. We are going to help you understand AIOPs using the simple framework along with some real-world examples that will help you relate to the topic. Ever since the term AIOps got coined in 2016, it has been getting a lot of attention. Here is why: