The power of collaboration
Energy companies depend on software to share research and to meet the rising demand for energy while reducing emissions.
Across the industry, organizations have adopted Kubernetes platforms and modern software practices to facilitate collaboration and help their teams become more productive.
At ExxonMobil, data scientists are able to be more productive after adopting agile practices and open source technology. And at BP, software teams adopted a simplified process that speeds application delivery from 2 to 3 weeks to just 7 minutes.
Making faster connections
Demand for fast, efficient telecommunications services keeps increasing, and providers depend on hundreds of internal and customer-facing services to deliver it. The challenge of updating software to support growth is constant.
Providers who adopt container technology and DevOps approaches are able to improve developer productivity, collaboration, and deployment frequency.
By adopting Kubernetes and modern software practices, SoftBank was able to increase deployment frequency from once every two weeks to 118 releases every two weeks. And Orange Sonatel reduced its time to market for new services from several months to 8 weeks.
Next-gen IT, delivered today
Customers never stop demanding more from technology. IT service providers and consultants have to improve their offerings continuously to meet elevated expectations.
Many providers have found that by unifying their IT assets on a Kubernetes container platform, they can better deliver software that serves the demands of enterprise customers. They’re also able to reduce delays and human errors, and simplify infrastructure maintenance.
Through this approach, Amadeus was able to streamline its travel industry services and rapidly adapt to peak usage and build new apps faster. And developers at CA Technologies can now take new web-based app offerings from concept to production in days rather than months.