Cloud computing gave rise to a variety of new technologies that are needed for efficient cloud deployments. DevOps and Software Defined Environments (SDE) are among those. These two technologies are designed to support similar IT infrastructures. Let’s explore how DevOps and SDE are designed to complement each other.
What is DevOps?
DevOps is a software development approach that automatically correlates the tasks between development and operations to continuously deliver the required functionality. In the process it also improves collaboration between the two teams.
Overall, DevOps accelerates the deployment of new services and for fast and automated deliveries without new infrastructure expenses.
What is a Software Defined Environment?
The deployment of systems of engagement and systems of records on cloud depends on responsive and adaptive infrastructures. The Software Defined Environment (SDE) approach was developed to cater to such a need.
SDE delivers next-generation infrastructure automation by dynamically assigning the compute , storage and network resources to satisfy application requirements, based on best available resources and the Service Level Agreements (SLAs) that are in place. SDEs provide an “application-aware” infrastructure to support complex applications and systems of engagement ( mobile , social ,... [Continue Reading]