As more companies adopt DevOps, they find they need a monitoring strategy to help prevent costly business disruptions.
Gartner defines DevOps as “a change in IT culture, focusing on rapid IT service delivery through the adoption of agile, lean practices in the context of a system-oriented approach. DevOps emphasizes people (and culture), and seeks to improve collaboration between operations and development teams.”
Many companies are adopting and investing in DevOps. The cornerstone of DevOps is collaboration among departments such as software development, operations and quality assurance. DevOps marks advancement in the software development process and those expecting to make an impact in this market will have to adopt at least some parts of this methodology.
So how does DevOps affect your monitoring strategy, and what tools should you use? Monitoring plays a key role in the success of your DevOps strategy, and there are many tools available. You need a monitoring strategy that is optimized for DevOps to provide visibility into your infrastructure and processes. This way you can prevent costly business disruptions with alerts that can highlight potential system problems before they occur.
With Software AG’s Operations Intelligence platform, you can monitor your DevOps efforts in real-time, anytime.
In this webinar, Ann Marie Bond, Product Manager, provides key insights with a live demo and answers your toughest questions about monitoring in a DevOps environment. Watch now: Continuous Monitoring in a DevOps Environment.