Dec 8, 2023
In the nascent years of the internet, virtually anyone could publish a web page. In the early years of the internet, building and managing web services were straightforward tasks. Anyone with basic HTML, CSS, and FTP knowledge could publish a web page. However, as technology advanced, cloud computing services and infrastructure management became integral to application development. The cloud infrastructure and cloud computing services introduced complexity, leaving development teams searching for solutions.
Fast forward to today, and the digital landscape has transformed beyond recognition. Building a high-performance website demands a skilled, up-to-date workforce capable of navigating a complex stack of services. These services are not just expensive to manage but also require a diverse skill set, ranging from infrastructure management to network technologies and Agile delivery methods. Faced with this challenge, many businesses find themselves either spending exorbitantly or lagging behind in the digital race.
The Puppet State of DevOps Report uncovered a fascinating correlation between devops teams development and deployment processes and their impact on delivery performance. The report highlighted that teams deploying quickly in smaller increments experienced lower failure rates, faster recovery times, and dedicated focus on new features. In contrast, teams deploying infrequently (once a week or less) encountered higher failure rates, with some up to 45 times greater.
Think about it. By deploying quicker and in smaller increments, the average team reduced rework rates by a staggering factor of 45. Imagine the possibilities if you could achieve even a fraction of that improvement.
To address these challenges, development teams started adopting devops practices, integrating cloud infrastructure management, development tools, and operations teams. This cultural shift aimed to streamline the development process, reduce costs, and enhance security. However, implementing devops practices required expertise in infrastructure management, devops tools, and agile development methodologies. The process of achieving continuous improvement became complex, and development teams often faced hurdles.
At Dome, we recognized the need for a simplified approach to software development. Our platform as a service (PaaS) solutions eliminate the complexities associated with managing infrastructure, enabling developers to focus on building quality applications. Dome's platform automates the deployment process, integrates seamlessly with development capabilities, and supports multiple programming languages. By embracing Dome's PaaS offerings, development teams can achieve continuous delivery, reduce operational costs, and ensure secure software deployment.
This enables your team to focus on swift delivery, rapid iterations, and reaping the benefits of Dome—without the worries of potential failures, lengthy deployment times, or complexity.
Moving quickly comes with significant payoffs. Our customers consistently report substantial cost savings after adopting Dome. These savings extend beyond web hosting costs, encompassing their overall digital budgets..
In addition to reduced errors, enhanced customer satisfaction, minimal downtime, and faster time-to-market. And the best part? You don't need to become a deployment expert or or maintain a sizable devops team. It's that simple.
Interested in discovering how Dome can simplify your digital journey and do less, and achieve more? Signup today, and let's embark on a journey to streamline your digital operations and reduce costs.