By WalkingTree November 11, 2020
DevOps simplifies the workflow orchestration and removes roadblocks that stand in the way of getting more apps and services developed and released to production. Touchless transactions over mobile phones, Online shopping and services, and the option to customize everything from new shoes to a new car on the phone exist all because of DevOps teams creating new apps this year. There’s a great demand for new apps that protect customers and combine AI-driven insights as every business wants to be more digitally-enabled.
DevOps teams usually lack workflow orchestration, with delivery dates being the most impacted by a lack of coordination among various teams. According to a recent survey, 67% of IT leaders say the lack of application workflow orchestration leads to services not being completed in time. And about 55%, says the lack of orchestration takes valuable time away from strategic initiatives.
Workflow Orchestration In DevOps
Integrating workflow orchestration at Stage 1 sets DevOps teams to deliver a greater scale and faster. DevOps delivers value by accelerating development and with better quality. 83% of developers say they’re releasing code faster. Nearly 35% report that the code is released twice as fast, while nearly 25% said it’s now being released ten times faster.
Read on to know more about Workflow orchestration and how it can accelerate DevOps.