How to Implement a Successful DevOps Strategy at Your Organization

DevOps and SRE are the latest trends in the software world, but do you know how to implement the most successful strategy for your needs? If not, don’t worry, that’s what we’re here for. In today’s world, it seems that almost every company is shifting to a software-driven mentality. This shift comes with a lot of changes and challenges, the main one being the need to accelerate and automate the write-test-deploy cycle – without breaking anything along the way.


Everything You Need to Know About the 4 Stages of Software Reliability

Software reliability is a big deal, especially at the enterprise level, but too often companies are flying blind when it comes to the overall quality and reliability of their applications. It seems like every week, there’s a new report in the news calling out another massive software failure. Sometimes it’s just a glitch on social media causing usability issues, and other times it’s a serious issue in an aircraft system that leads to deadly crashes.


Continuous Reliability: How to Move Fast and NOT Break Things

Development and IT Ops teams commonly find themselves in a game of tug-of-war between two key objectives: driving innovation and maintaining reliable (i.e. stable) software. To drive innovation, we’re seeing the emergence of CI/CD practices and the rise of automation. To maintain reliability software, DevOps practices and Site Reliability Engineering are being adopted to ensure the stability of software in fast-paced dev cycles.