DevOps has gathered a lot of momentum over the past couple of years. A Global Market Insights report says the size of the DevOps market exceeded $4 billion in 2019 and is further projected to grow at a CAGR of over 20% between 2020 and 2026. Gartner also notes that over 85% of organizations will be adopting a cloud computing
Introduction The IT industry is undergoing constant dynamism in the form of frequent changes and developments. One of the latest and popular trends that several organizations have adopted is Salesforce DevOps. In layman’s words, Salesforce DevOps is the fusion of the development team and the operations team, which closely examines all processes. From designing to providing production support, the
Salesforce had another amazing year of 2021, where it has expanded current cloud offerings to new horizons like Health Cloud 2.0 as well as stellar acquisitions like Slack. Here are the brief highlights of Salesforce in 2021: Acquisition of Slack HealthCloud 2.0 with healthcare delivery from anywhere; it also had an instrumental role to play in Covid vaccinations and
Introduction Salesforce DevOps has become the gold standard in the contemporary global IT industry. In the last two years, several organizations witnessed massive digital transformations because of the COVID-19 pandemic, as they were compelled to adapt themselves to deliver their services to customers. The pandemic made organizations realize the significance of investing in and fully embracing Salesforce DevOps automation.
Introduction The pace of digital transformation is significantly driven by the new norms of digital connectivity due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizations that might not have migrated far in their digital transformation journey need to seriously consider Salesforce DevOps as an approach to build and improve upon speed and agility. The business world cannot avoid embracing digital transformation and