There are DevOps tools for every phase of the app lifecycle. Use Azure to implement DevOps practices throughout application planning, development, delivery, and operations. By applying the right combination of DevOps technologies, culture, and processes, you can achieve continual software delivery and offer better value for your customers.
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Dow is a leader in materials science, focused on delivering innovative and sustainable customer-centric solutions. An important priority for the chemical company is safety, and Microsoft Azure played a crucial role in enabling preventative leak detection with the goal of zero safety-related events at its facilities. The initial solution leverages Azure AI to analyze live video and uses an app to trigger notifications to the operator if it detects a possible leak. Azure Video Analyzer, coupled with Azure DevOps, provided a quick, low-latency, low-resource, and easily scalable solution. Machine learning ensures the model is continually refined, so it gets better with each interaction.
Best of all, this model can be leveraged for other applications, such as detecting when employees aren’t wearing proper PPE in industrial locations, and security monitoring.
Traditional approaches to development aren’t keeping up with the complexity, pace, and scale of change in today’s digital landscape. With a DevOps strategy, teams work iteratively, delivering real-time responses to threats and opportunities. Scaling DevOps successfully means automating key areas of IT and operations—boosting sales and productivity. And that’s just the beginning.
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Throughout the years, software development practices have evolved to serve the needs and the speed of business. However, digital leaders are still facing challenges with security and development. The solutions to these challenges are collaboration, tooling, and DevSecOps best practices.
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The way people work and live changed drastically during 2020. Companies quickly transitioned to remote work, adopting a new culture to overcome collaboration and remote shipping challenges. Fortunately, Microsoft offers a wide variety of tools and platforms, from Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365, Azure, GitHub, and Visual Studio—helping companies build business resilience.
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Adopting the tools and mindset of DevOps can facilitate development efficiency, boost productivity, and increase the rate at which products can be brought to market.
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When diving into the world of DevOps tools, it’s important to remember that Microsoft Azure DevOps and GitHub each offer unique value as well as overlapping capabilities. You could use one or both together, depending on your specific needs. Learn the history of these two DevOps tools, the specific advantages of each, and how to get started using them.
Teams that adopt DevOps culture, practices, and tools become high-performing—building better products faster for greater customer satisfaction. This improved collaboration and productivity is essential to achieve business goals such as accelerating time to market, adapting to the market and competition, maintaining system stability and reliability, and improving the mean time to recovery.
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