why your DevOps Transformation isn’t performing as expected
According to a recent DevOps Trends Survey, only an alarming 49% of organizations implementing DevOps were able to get to market faster. This was because issues at the code level resulted in poor-quality output, slowing down the entire DevOps process and allowing nonconforming code to reach production.
Many organizations tend to rely on testing alone to catch coding errors. However, these tests are insufficient to detect issues and vulnerabilities that impede DevOps. Without proper early analysis and detection, errors become costly and time-consuming to rectify in later stages of the software development lifecycle, while also disrupting the DevOps process.