Automate Your DevOps Toolchain
Empowering people, processes, and technology to deliver higher quality software faster.
DevOps aims to deliver higher quality software at a faster rate. Companies using DevOps automation are more agile. They meet business objectives more quickly and efficiently. They innovate faster with smaller iterations between requirements and delivery. However, Development and Operations or DevOps program managers face many challenges when shortening the systems development lifecycle.
DevOps automation resides in development, testing, security, and delivery organizations, but there are many manual steps between each unit. There are often quality, security, or compliance checks throughout the lifecycle that remain human-based decision constraints. Many of the challenges associated with implementing DevOps automation arise from a lack of communication and responsiveness amongst your groups. The lack of DevOps culture is a leading cause of DevOps failures.
"75% of DevOps initiatives will fail to meet expectations due to organizational learning and change issues. -Gartner"
Krista Automates DevOps Toolchains.
Krista is an intelligent automation platform that connects to your existing DevOps toolchain and helps you orchestrate people, processes, and technology. Krista enables project sponsors, management, development, security, compliance, and operations teams to remove project delays associated with manual steps. By mimicking how we already communicate in conversations, Krista reduces wait times related to human-based verifications, approvals, and reporting. Commands are precisely how you already seek information by conversing with colleagues and customers. Krista easily connects to your existing DevOps automation tools to better orchestrate people and strengthen your DevOps culture.
Where are we with the release?
Ever notice how the answer to this question is a subjective one– “I think we are good,” or “I think we are running behind.” The answers may be valid, but they lack real data that program managers and executive sponsors depend on. Data to answer release and delivery questions is locked behind potentially dozens of DevOps tools. Most tooling remains out of reach for program managers and executive sponsors to perform status checks, leading to subjective answers from the systems development teams.
Krista understands all of your DevOps tools and empowers leadership to ask simple questions and get detailed, precise answers. Krista retrieves information from your systems development tools via structured conversations to find out where the release is. The data is always available, and now Krista can answer your sponsors for you instead of manually tracking down and building presentations or dashboards.
Krista automates as fast as you can talk.
From integrating people and systems for approvals to preparing an on-demand status report, Krista’s conversational interface is as fast and as easy as saying what you want to do. Krista radically improves the productivity and transparency of the entire development process and team. From integrating people and systems for approvals to preparing an on-demand status report, Krista’s conversational interface is as fast and as easy as saying what you want to do. Krista radically improves the productivity and transparency of the entire development process and team.
Krista Automates Your DevOps Toolchain
Krista integrates with all major DevOps tools and easily extends to others via Krista Extensions.
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DevOps Automation Without the Manual Steps
Companies using DevOps automation are more agile. They meet business objectives more quickly and efficiently by deploying more frequent changes. They innovate faster with smaller iterations between requirements, commitments, and deployments. They have lower failure rates and disruptions since recovery times are shorter than their peers.
Why DevOps Stops
Companies using DevOps automation are more agile. They meet business objectives more quickly and efficiently by deploying more frequent changes. But, DevOps frameworks still have too many manual steps. See how to automate DevOps processes instead of just DevOps functions.
Krista Serves What Chef Cooks Up
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