In DevOps, ops is too often missing

The adoption of DevOps practices, designed to speed application development cycles and improve collaboration within an organization, often comes with downsides, too. For instance, we hear from organizations that reveal that implementing DevOps actually causes application and infrastructure performance to drop, which can be traced to the difficulty in achieving unified visibility into complex technology environments. Such problems occur when the operations practice is an afterthought in a DevOps implementation. However, growing awareness of the pitfalls that come from a lack of focus on operations has spurred an evolution in tool adoption and improving organizational models that support the level of application performance end users demand and expect.


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