This year’s list includes a few companies that have firmly put a stake in the ground in the DevOps arena, including Esper and Armory, as well as a bunch of freshly launched newcomers, including Insightly Analytics and Opsera.
DevOps is the combination of software development and IT operations, and now couldn’t be a better time for the space as enterprises adopt modern software delivery methods at an increasingly faster rate and applications and services are top of mind.
It’s a prime opportunity for startups to burst onto the scene.
And it’s not just developers working for large enterprises who are getting into DevOps. Solution providers and individuals who never would have never considered themselves developers just a couple of years ago are dabbling. That’s because any method of shortening the development life cycle continues to be of interest for businesses with remote workers. DevOps-focused upstarts are entering the market with innovative tools and platforms that can ease the work of deploying patches and updates, archiving and releasing code and provisioning scalable infrastructure, all while ensuring security is maintained throughout the process.
CRN rounded up 10 DevOps startup companies that are bringing their own flavors of technology to enable the collaboration between developers and operators. Here are the upstarts that made news this year and should be on solution providers’ radars.
* Insightly Analytics