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The Path Toward a Cloud-Native Enterprise: PaaS, Cloud-Native Technologies, DevOps, and Developer Centricity

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The Path Toward a Cloud-Native Enterprise: PaaS, Cloud-Native Technologies, DevOps, and Developer Centricity
Published: June 25, 2020 Content info: 10 Pages

This IDC Market Perspective examines key steps that organizations need to take to become cloud-native enterprises or enterprises for whom cloud-native development is the dominant modality for producing software. As more and more organizations transition to becoming producers of software as opposed to consumers, the transition of organizations to cloud-native enterprises achieves intensified importance."Organizations that are transitioning to cloud-native development need to implement a platform as a service, cultivate developer familiarity with cloud-native technologies, deepen their adoption of DevOps, and create a developer-centric culture within their organization," said Arnal Dayaratna, research director, Software Development at IDC. "This transition requires a programmatic initiative to increase development-related automation and upskill developers. Organizations that can navigate this transition to a cloud-native enterprise will be better prepared to produce custom software that responds to their needs for digital solutions that solve immediate and long-term strategic problems."

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Product Code: US46538720

Executive Snapshot

New Market Developments and Dynamics

  • Defining the Cloud-Native Enterprise

Advice for the Technology Buyer

  • Implement Platform as a Service
    • Cultivate Developer Familiarity with Microservices, Containers, and Container Orchestration Frameworks
    • Deepen the Implementation of DevOps
    • Cultivate a Developer-Centric Culture
      • Empower Professional Resources Who Are Not Developers to Build Digital Solutions
      • Provide Oversight, Governance, and Support for Part-Time Developers
      • Create a Developer Culture that Supports Collaboration Between Part-Time and Professional Developers
  • Conclusion

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