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The Role of DevOps Automation in Scaling Your Enterprise

It may (or may not) be a shock to you to learn that by 2026, the DevOps market is expected to exceed $20 billion. 😳

The role of DevOps has emerged as a crucial factor in achieving seamless software development and operations. DevOps (Development Operations) offers a collaborative approach that breaks down silos and fosters a culture of continuous integration.

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Direktiv + Knative = A Perfect Pair? [Comprehensive Guide]

Are you tired of manually managing and coordinating various tasks and processes within your organization?

Imagine a world where your systems and apps interact seamlessly with each other, triggering actions and responses in near real-time. All without the need for YOUR intervention. With an eventing provider (Knative Eventing) and an orchestration engine (Direktiv)—this is completely possible. ✅

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Direktiv vs. AWS Step Functions: What Platform is Best for You?

A workflow engine is like the conductor of an orchestra—ensuring all the tasks in your organization's symphony play together in harmony. 🎶 

These platforms give you the power to choreograph a series of automated steps and activities to achieve an endless stream of tasks—at scale. From business process management to IT operations, a workflow engine helps reduce errors, streamline tasks, and enhances overall visibility and control. 

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Direktiv FAQ: Your Questions Answered

With the recent announcement of the Direktiv Advisory Board and more engineers considering a move to Direktiv’s orchestration platform, new questions have been popping up on our radar that need addressing. 

While Direktiv is relatively simple to get started with, deciding if it’s the right move for you can take some consideration. We totally understand. 🤝

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Reducing technical debt.

How to Manage Technical Debt in 4 Steps

Engineers spend 33% of their time on average dealing with technical debt. 

Complete productivity loss. And it’s all due to developers spending excessive time on unnecessary system maintenance associated with technical debt. In order to get these numbers under control, you need to manage these issues upfront, instead of waiting to deal with them on the backend when the debt has been exposed.  

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