DevOps is a living organism, evolving all the time to fit the needs of the ever-changing IT world. 451 Research Senior Analyst Jay Lyman recently explored this concept of evolution in an industry impact report entitled ‘Automation vendor Nolio grows, delves deeper into enterprise DevOps’. This report discusses an industry shift towards cloud computing and agile technology and explains how enterprises worldwide are achieving continuous delivery across the application lifecycle.
In the 2012 fiscal year, Nolio doubled its annual revenue, announcing more than 90 paying customers and multiple seven-digit deals with large enterprises. According to Senior Analyst Jay Lyman:
“Nolio’s growth reinforces the enterprise evolution of DevOps – the confluence of application development and deployment via IT operations – and how more enterprise and service-provider customers are implementing automation, continuous deployment and DevOps more broadly.”
In 2012, Nolio saw its customer base shift towards large enterprises. Enterprises are focusing more and more on transforming their IT organizations and striving towards continuous delivery. Nolio’s unique ecosystem enables its customers to build a unified and automated application delivery chain.
This report comes on the heels of Nolio’s official launch of ASAP 4.5, the next generation of continuous delivery. Nolio ASAP 4.5 raises the bar higher with advanced features that ensure enhanced collaboration, security, reliability, predictability and compliance. Key features include a new release calendar to facilitate collaborative work, approval gates to provide managers with full control over releases into their environments, and an artifact repository and tagging function to guarantee accuracy and predictability.
“Nolio 4.5 offers tight integration with all the tools in our application deliver chain. Out-of-the-box capabilities with anthill, SQL and other tool-sets save a lot of time and really allow us to maximize our existing investments with these platforms”, says Vijay Kumar, Project Manager at TIAA-CREF and Nolio 4.5 user. “It also enables collaboration among our teams. Remote release managers and operators can use the Nolio ROC (Release Operations Center) to orchestrate releases across environments smoothly and easily.”
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