Flexibility and scalability with Cloud computing

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Flexibility and scalability with Cloud computing

With the shift to cloud you can get rapid deployments, and quicker adoption. The company can be more flexible with cloud computing and it allows your company to have higher rate of business scalability which in turn directly leads to higher productivity.

Today technology is bringing everything to our fingertips. Consumers now expect far better quality and feature-rich products, with much higher demand for simplicity in use. You are beeing judged by how user-friendly your website and app is, and how seamless all the transactions are. To keep up with such demands, companies can’t really afford to continue with the old-style application development and delivery cycle which is time-consuming, often involving third party supliers and teams, inefficient, and rigid. They need to keep looking for better technology and adapt it quickly.

Research done by (DORA) DevOps Research and Assessment & Google Cloud shows that implementing DevOps practices during in early stages pays off in terms of organizational performance and quality outcomes.

You already know the financial benefits of reducing your hardware, but did you know that moving your business to the cloud will actually improve productivity? If you think about the amount of time you’ve spent doing manual tasks like data entry, filing or chasing clients the result would likely be quite scary. The sift to cloud solutions is all about bringing the power back to you, and enable you to better value your resources.

Cloud solutions is all about sharing, utilizing powerful tools that are made available to you, tools for increased productivity that many companies wouldn`t see any return of investment kept on premises. The different clouds have different tools for automation and scalability, and done right from the start, creating a cloud based on building blocks and microservices allows you to benefit from all of the different tools from the different vendors. Trying to stay cloud agnostic, and not building on limitations, makes the initial transition a bit more complicated – but it will definitely pay off in the long run. It`s about freeing yourself from the infrastructure.

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