Nowadays most companies focus on their core business and do not consider their infrastructures as a core asset. As a result, many enterprises migrate their datacenters to public cloud providers like Amazon, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud. In doing so, they need to transform their applications – some changes are connected with new hardware, some with new technologies and approaches.
In this environment, the overall complex task list consists of (and is not limited to) cloud migration, performance testing, adjustment, troubleshooting, optimization, etc. – and these services are very in-demand by modern businesses. That is why cloud technologies are now part of what has been called “The Fourth Industrial Revolution.”
DevOps professionals utilize the Infrastructure-As-A-Code concept to perform initial automation and utilize tools to control programs from other projects or customers. The tools include (and are not limited to) statistics tools, performance metrics, logs and software deployment automation. All the tools are to be set up, ranged, scaled and, when the system works perfectly, transferred to support roles.