A recent global survey by CA Technologies found that Indian companies are aggressively adopting DevOps to keep pace with rising customer demand.
According to the global online survey of 1,442 senior IT and business executives, 78 percent of Indian IT leaders have adopted some aspect DevOps this year, representing an increase from the last year. This is second to China (83 percent) in Asia Pacific & Japan region.
“Businesses have realized DevOps enables them in keeping pace with escalating customer demands, creating new and innovative customer experiences and rapid response to requests from business,” CA Technologies said in a press statement.
In APJ region, India ranked first in the market with 24 percent adoption of Advanced DevOps. The study further revealed that 70 percent of the respondents who have implemented DevOps in India have a well-defined DevOps strategy and objectives.
Moreover, 53 percent respondents who have already implemented DevOps consider security and compliance measures important.
Sunil Manglore, Managing Director, CA Technologies India said Businesses in India are moving away from traditional fixed production cycle to continuous innovations and lean delivery. This is equipping them to become more agile and adopt to market conditions rolling out products faster in the application economy.
“To maximize DevOps potential, organizations need to firm up IT skill sets with critical enablers to drive collaboration and continuous innovation.”