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Last week, we hosted a webinar on a design approach that marries advances in software advancement, microservices, and DevOps to the business automation space.

If you missed it, we put together some Q&A highlights. Be sure to check out the webinar on demand for more detail.


1. Business automation has traditionally been a workaround to software delivery and developer culture. How can business automation software keep up with the changed software delivery landscape?

Across the past few decades, there have been significant changes in software design and development methods. Today, continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) characterize the ideal state of DevOps in the enterprise. By organizing business challenges into a set of key architectural components that mirror the software delivery process, a business is able to support modern software development and business automation. An environment grounded in this approach lets organizations realize the speed that business automation software brings (and has traditionally offered) with the engineering rigor of modern software development. 


2. What is the goal of the design model?

By combining the collaborative methods and tools of business automation and microservices, the design model helps companies rapidly deliver high quality software at a low, predictable cost.


3. Can this model be implemented in any environment? If so, why is Red Hat different?

This model is environment-agnostic. But, while other companies use database-driven, proprietary-controlled systems for their version and control protocols, Red Hat’s version control tools and software build systems are in Git and Maven, two mainstays and enablers of DevOps. For organizations looking to integrate their processes and tooling into a cloud-ready and microservices culture, this specific feature has been touted as a huge benefit.
To learn more about a structured design approach to business automation, download the whitepaper now.


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