EMA research shows that 85% of midsized
companies and almost 100% of all large
organizations self-describe as being active
in DevOps at varying levels of maturity. In
doing so, they frequently reference agile
techniques used much more often in development than in deployment.
Understanding that DevOps is a dynamic
mix of people, technology, culture, and
processes, EMA often uses the level of automation as a reliable, informal gauge of
DevOps maturity for a few reasons:
• Automation presupposes the existence
of solid processes and the cross-domain
collaboration required to put them in
place. It suggests that an organization
has moved from small, agile teams to
an enterprise-spanning teams-of-teams
• Automation delivers DevOps benefits at
enterprise scale when built on a unified
platform that enables end-to-end views,
workflows, processes, and actions.
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