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- Without governance, data will overwhelm analysts, enterprises often approach their data blindly, sifting through mountains of data hoping to find gems. With up to 80% of collected information stored without a plan for future use, it is no wonder that analysts feel like they are drowning as they are unable to access relevant information, rendering the entire data collection process moot.
- Tight governance keeps the cloud from being a headache, having the correct governance processes in place can mean the difference between a successful experience and an IT headache for small and midsize businesses. The most important thing to keep in mind is that the cloud journey requires a continuous-improvement approach.
Plan and Code
A complete software development lifecycle takes you from planning to deployment. It requires the plan-and-code phase including Agile planning, task tracking, version management and code review.
CI/CD Pipeline: A Critical Tool for DevOps
While DevOps requires a cultural change for developers, having the right tools right is also essential. Automating the pipeline for continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) lets developers get new features in front of end users faster, while still assuring high quality.
Continuous deployment (CD) lets operations teams automatically release code changes and deploy them to production in short cycles, reliably and repeatedly. The use of containers has changed what’s possible when it comes to CD.
Continuous monitoring (CM) is a practice whereby management and monitoring teams monitor applications and infrastructure on a 24/7 basis to prevent downtime. Use Oracle Management Cloud (OMC) Service to increase DevOps agility by monitoring, log analysis, and via orchestration.