Enterprises are Positive about DevOps Strategy

Methodology drives tangible business benefits including more customers and increased revenue

A new study released today by CA Technologiestitled, “DevOps: The Worst-Kept Secret to Winning in the Application Economy” reveals that 82% of enterprises in Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) already have or plan to adopt a DevOps strategy, a 12 point increase from last year’s figure of 70%.

DevOps is a methodology which helps foster collaboration between the teams that create and test applications (Dev) with those that maintain them in production environments (Ops). Vanson Bourne conducted the survey with 1,425 senior IT and business leaders worldwide, including 650 respondents from six APJ countries: Australia, China, India, Japan, Singapore and South Korea.

According to the study,78%to 90% of respondents, who have already deployed or are planning to deploy DevOps,report that they have either seen or expect to see business benefits from their DevOps efforts.

These benefitsincludethe ability to expand software availability across more platforms (cited by 90% of respondents), increased collaboration between departments (88%), a reduction in time spent fixing and maintaining applications (88%),an increase inthe number of customers (87%) and revenue (78%).

“DevOps is as a critical methodology for organizations in today’s application economy. It is encouraging to see the majority of APJ businesses taking heed and reaping tangible business benefits,” said Ashok Vasan, vice president, application delivery, Asia Pacific & Japan, CA Technologies.

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