DevOps Myths

As the term ‘DevOps’  grows in popularity, one is forced to question its advantages and disadvantages. Although it has been around nearly for a decade and it is believed that  a DevOps framework can successfully solve business problems-by enabling repeatable processes, efficient communication, and stability-many businesses still hold back from making the shift. A reason for this could be the number of misconceptions about DevOps.

Here are some common DevOps Myths

Conflicts between development and operations?


Conflicting goals of development (speed of delivery) and operations (stability of systems) can create an irreconcilable battle between teams.

Note: High-performing organizations deploy code 200x more frequently with 3x fewer failures.

Organization Culture

Organization Culture

Inability on the part of the organization to communicate DevOps benefits to employees has a negative impact on organizational culture. It can have a negative impact on both the people and the overall organization’s performance.

Note: Employees in high-performing organizations are more than twice as likely to recommend their organization to a friend.

Less expensive to maintain status


Currently, most organizations have at least  a few misgivings with regard to DevOps and they believe that investing in new technologies and employing DevOps practices may be a huge investment.

Note: Downtime costs Fortune 1000 companies millions of dollars:

  • Unplanned app downtime: $1.25B–$2.5B per hour
  • Critical app failure: $500K–$1M per hour

DevOps breaks down silos so dev and ops teams can work toward a collective goal of meeting the needs of customers by delivering better software faster. Learn more about DevOps by

Custom Software Development Trends … What’s Next?

Moving into 2017, mostly  everyone is interested in what’s next in custom software development.

One trend which is sure to catch on is `how to personalize the user experience?’ And companies will start using smart apps, chatbots, PaaS and predictive analytics to achieve this.However, 2016 has been slow for smart tools such as chatbots, AI-infused solutions, cloud offerings.

But the fact is, these solutions are ready in 2017 to help companies to connect better with their end–users at a personal level and improve the user experience. All these smart tools in the coming year will bridge the gap between the human and the computer.

So, here’s my views on the upcoming software development trend:

Smart Application

Now-a-days, companies are faced with a common issue. They receive a lot of inappropriate data because of IOT and other technologies. Due to smart app, one can get actionable insights from data. It becomes ope rationalized to streamline core processes and better serve customers.

The most important contribution in the growth of smart apps is raising the popularity of chatbots. It provides a new face for communicating with one other.

The challenge which developers will be facing in the coming year is to combine and manage. There are plenty of other IoT technologies, data, endpoints, platforms, back-end systems which are also coming up and these will also help us to keep up with the rapid pace of innovation.

Data Scientists

The data scientist has become a new business hero. Now every industry is provided with the power of data which will grow in 2017. It helps to create the road map for future decisions. The role of data scientist is as difficult as the marketing or HR head or CIO in the new year.

PaaS – next big cloud thing

The cloud has become the center of attraction for the delivery model. In near future, PaaS solutions will become the new level of cloud growth. Since they provide a platform for customers to run and manage their applications. In the cloud without the complexity of building the associated infrastructure or algorithms.


Coming year will be totally in the name of end-user. The companies will come up with smart technology solutions for their business user and end-users. The growth of PaaS and predictive analytics is allowing this new smart generation of applications and ushering in an era of exciting new solutions.

Software Development Trends What is “In” & What is “Not”

The world of technology is a different world by the concepts of “what’s in” and “what’s not”. The end- user says the preferences, technologies are changing. Moving into 2017 everyone found to be less focused on resolutions and everyone is more interested in what’s next. Continue reading Software Development Trends What is “In” & What is “Not”

Why SharePoint Cannot Be Ignored by Healthcare Companies

National Healthcare Bill and Personalized Medicine are disrupting the Healthcare Industry

Health Care Industry

In March 2010 the National Healthcare Bill was signed and it was the launch of a new era in the healthcare system in the US. Hospitals are especially affected by the rules and regulations of the Bill.

As the nucleus of the ecosystem comprising doctors, patients, drug companies and the innumerable contributors, it is now of utmost importance for health care organizations to be on top of their processes to remain profitable. Continue reading Why SharePoint Cannot Be Ignored by Healthcare Companies

6 Reasons which make SharePoint Online a Game Changer

Migrating to SharePoint Online cannot be delayed any longer

Game changerThere is a significant buzz around Microsoft’s moving its SharePoint platform onto the cloud. However, in spite of an overall idea about the benefits of SharePoint, IT Managers still hesitate in the face of making a decision pro-SharePoint.

Continue reading 6 Reasons which make SharePoint Online a Game Changer

Why It Is Important to Understand Workflows in SharePoint

Replacing manual processes with automation is important for smart enterprises

SPBefore we embark on the benefits of SharePoint’s workflows, it is important to understand what constitutes workflows. To put it in simple language, the workflow is the process of linking together multiple events, tasks, resources and specific jobs to obtain a specified result.

Workflows have different forms and there are some which can be completed in less than a day and some which can take even six months for completion. Continue reading Why It Is Important to Understand Workflows in SharePoint

Understanding Peer to Peer Insurance

Can Insurance Giants Lose Out to Start-ups?

Peer to PeerHave you heard of Lemonade, Friendsurance? These are the new insurance companies which are redefining the insurance sector. These companies are using crowd sourcing and social networking to create a shared insurance experience.

How it works is simple, groups of business owners such as car owners, auto owners, absorb each other’s risks by contributing money to insure each other’s losses. Continue reading Understanding Peer to Peer Insurance