Business agility is the key to staying ahead of the curve and navigating the complex, competitive environment, dynamic market demands, and rising customer expectations. The cloud has emerged as an answer to this need for agility. It has proved to be a viable business solution to address the challenges of today’s enterprises. Along with the rise of cloud hosting, we have witnessed the increased adoption of DevOps as a means for organizations to achieve their transformation goals.
DevOps is leaning towards the cloud to fulfill the need for on-demand compute and the ability to scale resources. The cloud gives DevOps teams a centralized platform that helps them manage project progress and their resources.
While the cloud is all about technology and services, DevOps is all about process and bringing development and operations together in the software development lifecycle.
DevOps with Atlassian Data Center – Why it works
As DevOps becomes the mainstay, organizations have to keep their systems and infrastructure ahead of their team’s growth, address the need for high availability and application performance, ensure high deployment flexibility, and tighter instance control.
Atlassian Data Center addresses all these requirements and provides implementation support across ITSM, DevOps, and Agile Methodologies.
- It enables high application availability and minimal downtime.
- It allows organizations to host their applications either on-prem or with cloud vendors like AWS and Azure, helping them maximize the value from their existing investments.
- It is available for the popular Atlassian DevOps tools such as Jira Software, Confluence, Bitbucket, Bamboo, Jira Service Desk, and Crowd.
- When it comes to reliability and performance, Atlassian Data Center does not disappoint. A robust disaster recovery model to avoid disruptions is a bonus of hosting on Atlassian’s Data Center.