Red Hat announced a multi-stage alliance to offer customers a greater choice of operating systems to run on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).
Omdia released the IT Operations Survey: 2022, and here are some of the findings related to DevOps, reported by Roy Illsley, Chief Analyst at Omdia:
Unsurprisingly SMBs are slowest to adopt DevOps, with only 8% reporting they have already fully deployed it.
Large organizations report being the most mature, with 30% of respondents stating they are already fully deployed. Interestingly, in 2022 the number in this group deploying DevOps dips to 20%, with 2023 the year 50% state they will complete deployment. The net take-away is that DevOps is a multi-year deployment.
10% of the upper mid-sized organizations (5,000-9,999) report either no plans or 2025 or later to be fully deployed.
Education reported 71% of respondents put top and second most important barrier was complexity of implementation.
Media and entertainment reported 71% of respondents put miss-trust in developers as the top and second most important barrier to DevOps.
52% of CIOs reported lack of skills as top and second most important barrier. This was in-line with other line of business C-suite that also put it top of their list with 42%.
Improving efficiency is consistently reported as a top driver for DevOps, but some variations exist that require specific messaging: