Industry experts believe that PaaS will be the enabling technology for what are considered to be next-generation applications: composite, cloud-native applications composed of modular services or microservices, with each service running in its own container and communicating via middleware and network connections.
In today's highly competitive e-commerce landscape, the success of your company directly correlates with how quickly you're able to pinpoint and solve performance issues. After all, poor website performance translates into lost revenue, brand damage and additional support costs for your company. And when it’s peak shopping season, the pressure can be especially overwhelming.
The DevOps movement continues to gather speed, and, according to many, it’s about time. After all, fostering collaboration and transparency across the entire delivery process has been shown to help everyone get great work done quickly. That means faster delivery of software, fewer defects, faster resolution of problems, and better allocation of limited resources.