By WalkingTree   September 24, 2020

DevOps methodology in Banking Industry (1)

Financial institutions have been making a way to scale DevOps by building a coded enterprise. The three most common reasons banks are adopting DevOps is for security, efficiency, and application reliability. The accountability for security is rapidly shifting in the direction of DevOps engineers, as they have a view into the broad architecture of the processes and systems. 

Developing a secure operation 

DevOps engineers and DevSecOps processes are going to be accountable for security. DevSecOps makes application deployments, operations, and service monitoring easier, and more secure. When refactoring a monolithic application into microservices, think about the business app and processes by which each microservice communicates with other microservices. 

Software is vital

Banks are continuing to maintain and modernize older applications, they are also creating and delivering new applications. In the digital economy, failure to deliver or delayed delivery greatly affects organizations ability to satisfy required business outcomes. A significant portion of technology spend is devoted to software engineering infrastructure. 

Managed services

A very powerful and proven method for companies to access the data and constraint resolution is through DevOps. These services provide real-time visibility into integrated technical-development operations. Data is generated from the use of hardware and software systems. 

Eliminating alert fatigue

One way to eliminate alert fatigue is to analyze the number of alerts per person, and the frequency and timing of the alerts. DevOps leaders can use a kanban, a visual method for seeing what work has been completed and what is still needed. It identifies bottlenecks and helps to promote efficiency so the project can move forward. 

Read on to know more about DevOps and how it can beneficial for the banking industry.

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