Transforming and presenting infrastructure configurations as code modules allows DevOps teams to manage provisioning on the fly. This sets up the stage for the Ops team for the ultimate migrations and provisioning to be carried out on the production environments utilizing full –fledged software-defined environments.
Most of the members from the operations teams possess some sort of scripting experience. This makes infrastructure-as-a-code technologies relatively easy to learn since they are mostly written in languages such as Ruby. So this is not an alienated land for them to explore.
Moreover considering the current IT environments the concepts of Big Data and Internet of Things are emerging at a rapid pace, the precision brought on board by the softwares and services controlling networks, devices, servers etc. is critical as everything becomes inter-connected.
The more available and reliable the software is the more popular it becomes and is being used widely also the insights are great for the DevOps team. Greater the insights better the outcomes and ROIs are the best.
This is making the IT organizations crave for the inception of DevOps before it’s too late .