OverOps is thrilled to share that we have been named an EMA Top 3 Vendor in the DevOps and Site Reliability Engineering – Continuous Reliability category of the EMA Top 3 Enterprise Decision Guide 2020!
With all the challenges of 2020, we are always on the lookout for little reasons to celebrate. This week, we are excited to share that we have a BIG reason to celebrate: we’ve been recognized as an EMA Top 3 DevOps & SRE Vendor in the Continuous Reliability Category!
The EMA Top 3 Enterprise Decision Guide is an annual report that identifies and recommends premier vendors across a variety of technology sectors. Vendors are selected based on their effectiveness in helping organizations reach their digital transformation goals through optimized product quality, time to market, production cost and innovation.
OverOps was recognized specifically for its ability to provide an intelligent, collaborative Continuous Reliability platform for developers, DevOps, SRE and IT operators to ensure application quality and operational reliability without compromising release velocity.
Continuous Reliability: The Missing Piece in Your CI/CD Pipeline
Organizations are under unprecedented pressure to deliver innovative digital experiences faster, and CI/CD solutions have become critical to accelerating software development and delivery to meet this demand. However, as release velocity increases, so does the risk to code quality. Over time, this conflict has exposed the limitations of existing software quality approaches that often fail to ensure that customers won’t be impacted code-level errors.
As organizations struggle to balance speed and stability across the software delivery life cycle, Continuous Reliability, or CR, has emerged as the missing piece in the CI/CD pipeline. It groups together a set of practices that empower development teams to deliver reliable software, improve customer experience and drive innovation with rapid releases by ensuring that code is always in a deployable state, even in the face of thousands of development teams making changes on a daily basis. The combination of code quality gates, application observability and contextual feedback loops empowers organizations to take a more proactive, real-time approach to addressing code errors.
“Despite heavy investments in testing and monitoring solutions, we continually see enterprises struggling to balance speed and quality across the software delivery pipeline,” said Torsten Volk, Managing Research Director at EMA. ”OverOps’ Continuous Reliability solution helps address this by analyzing code as it executes to enable organizations to detect critical code issues in real-time at any point in the software delivery pipeline and resolve them before customers are impacted.”
One Small Step for OverOps, One Giant Step for CR
While we are undoubtedly excited to be recognized for this distinguished award, we are even more excited about what’s next for CR. We are encouraged to see more organizations recognizing the value of Continuous Reliability and investing in shift left and shift right strategies that help balance release velocity and software quality. To learn more about CR, check out the full report here.
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