2021 DevOps Report
What’s the key to scaling DevOps practices?
We asked 1,300 global development and DevOps leaders about the challenges of scaling DevOps and keeping up with the demand for digital innovation.
Here’s what we heard:
- Teams are struggling to keep up with digital transformation goals
- Leaders cite siloed teams, complexity, and manual labor as their biggest challenges
- Extending AIOps is critical to driving innovation moving forward
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DevOps teams are struggling to keep up, let alone innovate
As organizations rush to deliver digital services and make customers happier, DevOps teams and processes are critical to achieving transformation goals while ensuring speed, quality, and reliability.
And it’s only getting faster
Organizations expect to make software updates 58% more frequently by 2023.
All that speed is putting quality at risk
22% of leaders admit they’re under so much pressure to innovate faster that they must sacrifice code quality.
Teams are bogged down by siloes, app complexity, fragmented toolchains, and manual work
27% of DevOps teams’ time is taken up by manual tasks, reducing the time spent on innovation.
The software delivery cycle will depend on intelligence and automation to succeed
79% say extending AIOps beyond traditional use cases will play a critical role in the success of DevOps and SRE practices.
And it starts with end-to-end observability on a unified platform
71% say a unified platform that seamlessly integrates their toolchains will be critical to scaling DevOps beyond a single lighthouse project.
To overcome these challenges, organizations need a more intelligent solution that combines end-to-end observability, precise insights, and continuous automation.Andreas Grabner DevOps Activist Dynatrace
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