Software development can be an arduous endeavor with numerous steps spanning a few programmers to a couple hundred developers. And keeping that software running smoothly can be even more costly and time-consuming as a few features are added, bug fixes applied, or third party tools integrated. A recent post from Gartner estimated the cost of downtime could be as high as $5,600 per minute which translates to over $300K per hour! Of course this figure varies based on the industry, size of the organization, and other factors but no organization can afford extended downtime in today’s competitive marketplace.
Your Dev/Ops team needs the right application monitoring tools, processes, and culture to avoid downtime and support aggressive revenue and customer retention targets.
So how can you simplify your development process to deliver tangible savings and minimize downtime? Here are 15 simple steps you can implement to save time and money for your Dev/Ops teams. read more