ZeroStack, Inc., creators of the self-driving on-premises cloud, announced the industry’s first DevOps Workbench, a complete, self-service cloud that empowers developers by allowing them to create their own workbenches from a mix of open source and commercial tools available with one-click deployment.
ZeroStack has optimized its on-premises cloud infrastructure to maximize developer productivity and enterprise agility. The ZeroStack Intelligent Cloud Platform incorporates an App Store with more than 40 preferred developer tools to choose from, along with open and extensible templates that speed the development process while enforcing consistency among far-flung development teams. ZeroStack’s software adapts to existing hardware in any developer environment, and gives the IT department centralized visibility and control over developer infrastructure with automated workload placement, quota management and securely-partitioned, multi-tenant environments.
“I&O leaders are under intense pressure to deliver services to production faster to enable the business to pursue opportunities and respond to threats that may endanger the entire enterprise,” wrote George Spafford and Ian Head, both Research Directors at Gartner. “In Gartner's Fall 2017 Enterprise DevOps survey, 76% of respondents indicated that they are using DevOps in regulated situations, which is an increase from 47% in 2015. Clearly, the DevOps use is evolving rapidly and can work in regulated environments with pragmatic adaptation.”
“Our DevOps Workbench delivers the ultimate in developer and IT productivity,” said Kamesh Pemmaraju, vice president of Product Management at ZeroStack. “By automating infrastructure management while giving developers the flexibility to choose their own environments, we accelerate software development to enable digital transformation.”