DevOps isn’t only a fun amalgam of two terms (developers and operations), it has its own culture within small organizations, startups, and digital factories where
Scaling DevOps is like solving a thousand piece puzzle.
Multiple, cross functional teams, numerous programming languages, repositories and micro-services, diverse software stacks and tools are part of your daily struggles. Over time, the snowball effect results in severe inefficiencies, compromised quality and loss of direction and
datree solves DevOps scaling for you
Simple, seamless, and a fully automated solution that will help you effortlessly map, smoothly navigate using actionable insights and successfully scale your DevOps organization.
360° Visibility to reduce complexity
Gain on-time actionable insights of the entire DevOps ecosystem to avoid waste of time in redundant coding and useless maintenance. Ease managerial overhead and make knowledge-based decisions instead of engaging with time-consuming trial & error processes.
Actionable Insights to promote technical excellence
Get informed, interact and align all teams to minimize human errors and increase productivity. Achieve tighter coordination and collaboration throughout the entire software organization: software architects, DevOps managers, project and application managers, engineering leaders, IT executives etc.
Smart Policy to align and stay in control
Easily track alignment with policies, goals and standards. Guided policies help developers make the right decisions, in real time, to comply with organizational policies, best practices and standards. Obtain timely intelligence to dodge production glitches and maintain stability.
Dodge production glitches and attain stability
With managerial overhead significantly reduced and information blind spots removed, you can effortlessly maintain control, lead the right processes and issue preventive actions.
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From the Blog
Legacy code, that old piece of software no one wants to touch, no one knows who wrote it and everyone’s afraid to replace it. Every
In English, we say too many cooks spoil the broth. And this maxim holds true in development, as well. If everyone leads in their own