There’s a lot of talk in the industry about DevOps and infrastructure as code, but that’s not the full journey today. The road to building Self-Driving IT on AWS Cloud is. This paper details how more enterprises are building automated, Self-Driving IT organizations that are more agile and cost-effective than traditionally manually-driven enterprises.
Self-Driving IT is helping to automate the drudgery and tediously repetitive events. Self-Driving IT is about streamlining the technological overhead, automating the approval processes, and automating as much as possible when it comes to internal security, regulatory and policy-compliant testing. But most important, it means when someone needs a new application or service, they can summon it just like a taxi.
When it comes to Self-Driving IT on AWS Cloud, many organizations have tried to make the transition themselves. Some are successful; however, many are not. That’s because there’s nothing inherently easy or straightforward when it comes to an organization moving to DevOps. And while many try to make it seem so, DevOps is much more than a mere collection of toolsets or processes. An organization doesn’t simply install new configuration-management tools, hold more meetings requesting better collaboration among development and operations teams, and transform itself into a DevOps organization.
Download the white paper to learn more about:
- Tools that are key to building Self-Driving IT on Amazon Web Services
- AWS Ecosystem Toolsets like Docker and Ansible
- Flux7 Self-Driving IT Case Studies: State Health Agency, Clinical research organization, Software enterprise