Cloud Management Platform VS Environment as a Service: What do You Need to Scale DevOps

Date Posted: 06.21.21
Read Time: 10 min

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<p>The need for dynamic environments is disrupting effective DevOps. As the “role of IT changes to that of a service orchestrator as opposed to that of a service provider” (Gartner, November 2019), choosing end-user enablement tools that support administration and governance is key to DevOps at scale. With your teams adopting hybrid and multi-cloud infrastructure to support your business-critical applications, you need a way to monitor usage, gain security, and control cloud expenses. To gain control of cloud costs, businesses look to two possible solutions, Cloud Management Platforms (CMP) or <a href=””>Environment as a Service</a> (EaaS) solutions.</p>
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