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The secret to reliable storage provisioning for DevOps
This article is part of the Storage issue of Special edition, September 2019
Organizations require reliable storage at every phase of the application delivery process. Those who participate in this process -- developers, testers and operations professionals -- need storage that delivers the performance and capacity necessary to stay productive, while minimizing administrative overhead and storage provisioning delays that can take them away from their primary tasks. Two important storage technologies have emerged that can significantly benefit the application delivery process: cloud storage and intelligent storage. Although they work in different ways, both can help speed up application delivery and make it easier to manage storage so DevOps team members can focus on building and deploying high-quality applications. Storage provisioning and application development The four phases of the application delivery process are development, testing, deployment and production. In traditional approaches to application delivery, developers, testers and operations professionals have distinct roles. With the emergence ...
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Cloud storage and intelligent storage can help provide DevOps teams with the reliable, fast and flexible storage they require at every phase of the application delivery process.
This infographic illustrates why most IT leaders believe object storage is ready to support leading IT initiatives.
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People are rethinking their cloud storage strategies, adjusting for hidden costs, application needs and compatibility issues in a world of public, private and hybrid options.
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Move over object and file storage; use of block storage in the public cloud is increasing as more businesses prepare to move or have already redeployed workloads to the cloud.