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Analyst Report

Enterprise DevOps broadening across industry, companies

Enterprises are increasingly looking to DevOps workflows and releases that combine software development and IT operations as they seek to modernize their infrastructure and leverage innovative technology such as cloud computing and cloud-native software (containers, Kubernetes, serverless).

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  • Modern enterprises like LinkedIn leverage NS1's API-first DNS in their infrastructure
  • NS1 gave Dropbox the ability to easily add new edge facilities based on needs
  • Squarespace leverages NS1's API to create new customers' DNS records in real-time
  • Salesforce leverages NS1 to accomplish DNSSEC with traffic routing

DevOps is being driven by advantages that go beyond faster releases, including flexibility to quickly respond to changes in the market, managing larger-scale infrastructure with smaller teams, and enhanced teamwork.

Nevertheless, there are still challenges that include cost, complexity and lack of skills. Our survey tracked the most important tools and components of DevOps. We are also researching DevOps migration to the cloud and how organizations are moving beyond on-premises and private cloud deployments, which represent a majority of DevOps today, and running DevOps in public clouds.

Download this analyst report from 451 Group to learn about:

  • Top-down adoption of DevOps growing along with pace of releases
  • DevOps drivers, hurdles and culture
  • Growth of the Secure DevOps trend

Magnetic’s performance is now beating even the largest Internet advertising giants. We’ve decreased latency by 70 percent – and have the same number of servers. They’re just now deployed in a far more cost-effective, flexible and resilient infrastructure that isn’t locked into a single cloud provider.

James Marcus Vice President of Technical Operations, Magnetic