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Harnessing the transformative and disruptive potential of AI, our DevOps practice and assessment framework help organizations create a winning structured strategy for integrating AI in DevOps, covering areas of improvement, tools, integrations, data culture, and people.
Today, the transformative and disruptive potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI), the simulation of human intelligence in machines, is revolutionizing various industries and redefining the way organizations operate. There is not a business sector or technology that has been immune to the impact of AI, and application development and DevOps are no exception.
DevOps, the software development methodology that streamlines the development lifecycle of an organization and thus results in more frequent and reliable software releases, shares similar goals with AI by focusing primarily on productivity and efficiency. While Automation plays a key role in DevOps, AI takes that automation to the next level. In this blog post, we will look at the relevance of AI in DevOps and the key adoption points that enterprises need to keep in mind.
Today, most enterprises are focusing on being data driven to incorporate the full capabilities of AI and machine learning. And by coupling AI with DevOps, this combo will set DevOps as a crucial pillar for any organization's digital transformation goal. DevOps’ teams are usually under pressure to choose between maintaining quality and speeding up the process. This necessitates the need for companies to enable their DevOps team to make good use of AI.
The following are some of the beneﬁts of using AI in DevOps:
And, as in the case of any other technology, enabling DevOps with AI also has its challenges and limitations. It is then crucial that organizations consider:
At Reﬂections Info Systems, we are successfully driving our customers’ business growth through digital transformation. Our DevOps practice and assessment framework help organizations create a winning structured strategy for integrating AI in DevOps, all the while covering areas of improvement, tools, integrations, data culture and people.