The next two years will produce 58% more software, according to a study

The software products are trendy. Its launch will increase considerably over the next two years, increasing by exactly 58%. This is one of the main conclusions of a study commissioned by Dynatrace to find out the main challenges companies face to keep up with digital innovation and performed among 1,300 DevOps and DevOps managers.

The software intelligence company highlights in this study that about a quarter of respondents (22%) admit that they are often under so much pressure to meet the demand for faster innovation that they have to sacrifice code quality. To mitigate this problem, there is almost unanimity that the practice of DevOps is critical to achieving speed and quality. Thus, 98% of those surveyed affirm that extending DevOps to more applications is key to digital transformation and optimizing the customer experience.

Another big problem is time. Development teams spend 27% of this on manual CI / CD (continuous integration / continuous deployment) tasks, reducing the time spent on innovation.

Therefore, the increased automation and observability End-to-end cloud solutions are essential to DevOps. According to the study, 62% of organizations are investing in automating manual CI / CD tasks, the same percentage investing in eliminating manual responses to incidents and 45% in end-to-end observability in order to boost developer productivity.

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The importance of Artificial Intelligence

Similarly, 79% of respondents consider that applying Artificial Intelligence throughout the software development cycle is critical and believe that extending AIOps (Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations) beyond traditional use cases will play a role. key to the future success of DevOps and SRE practices.

For their part, 74% of participants say that end-to-end observability will be essential for DevOps in the future, while 71% say that a unified platform that seamlessly integrates their toolchains will be essential to scale DevOps beyond a single project.

Research reveals that scaling DevOps and SRE (Site Reliability Engineering) practices is critical to accelerating the launch of digital services high quality.

However, and according to this same study, isolated teams, manual approaches and increasingly complex tools slow down innovation and make teams more reactive than proactive, which impedes their ability to generate value for the business.

According to Andreas Grabner, Director of Strategic Partners at Dynatrace: β€œIn today’s hyperdigital age, organizations must deliver innovation faster than ever. DevOps and SRE practices are critical to achieving this goal, but organizations are struggling to scale to drive maximum speed, quality, and reliability. “.

The report is based on a global survey of 1,300 high-level DevOps and development leaders in large companies with more than 1,000 employees, conducted by Coleman Parkes and commissioned by Dynatrace. The sample includes 200 respondents in the US, 100 in Latin America, 600 in Europe, 250 in Asia Pacific, and 150 in the Middle East.

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