Technology in an evolving economy
This will put additional strain on developers. Not only are they tasked with developing and managing code; many of tomorrow’s developers will also be challenged with troubleshooting infrastructure issues once solutions they build are in deployment. This makes the need for reliable platforms and stable operating systems even more critical. As their jobs become more complex, they need an enterprise platform that frees them to focus on new projects, instead of managing downtime.
This model will continue to gain traction within organisations as the IT department achieves prominence and enterprises look to streamline operations. But it won’t come without challenges. Enterprises will struggle with how to successfully adopt this approach to software development, and it’s up to open source solution providers to commit to making the transition as painless as possible.
Operating systems have always served two primary purposes: to enable software and developers to consume and take advantage of hardware innovations as they become available and to deliver a stable foundation on which applications can run. Moving forward, operating systems will continue to evolve in these ways to power the cloud. Take Linux as an example. Linux was developed on and for the internet and has evolved to support 8 out
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