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Building DevOps Toolchain using Machine Generated Code

Posted by Igor Mameshin on Jan 3, 2018 9:24:35 PM

A few weeks ago TechTarget published a great article by Kurt Marko: "To build or to buy? That is the DevOps toolchain question” 
http://searchitoperations.techtarget.com/tip/To-build-or-to-buy-That-is-the-DevOps-toolchain-question

At the end Kurt summarizes an organization's decision to three factors: expertise and comfort toward deploying open source tools, opinionated versus non-opinionated tooling choices, and the underlying PaaS. Allow me to add another important criterion: automation. More to the point, should the automation code play a role in your decision to build or buy?

Until now, development and operations teams have had to choose between a custom-built DevOps pipeline or pre-made toolchain bundled with cloud provider or PaaS offering. A pre-made toolchain is simpler than individually collected tools, but it sacrifices flexibility and control. Organizations that don't want to use an opinionated PaaS stack and pre-defined toolchains, yet don't have the time or expertise to stitch together and manage a myriad of DevOps point products, now have a new option that combines the best of both worlds: full stack automation with machine generated DevOps pipelines.  Agile Stacks can provide customizable DevOps toolchain and create standardized environments, based on machine generated stack automation code.

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Topics: DevOps Automation, Cloud, CTO

Cloud and DevOps - Better Together

Posted by Igor Mameshin on Sep 17, 2017 12:14:47 PM

A few months ago Jason Bloomberg published a great article in Forbes:
You're Now 'Cloud First.' Are You Ready To Be 'DevOps First'?

It is so true that in order to unlock the real benefit of the cloud, it's necessary to implement DevOps.   If you don't start with DevOps, "productivity can grind to a halt because development teams can’t deploy their code.”

Cloud and DevOps go hand in hand - while you can have one without another, they are much stronger when applied together.  It's a classic case where the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

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