Opsera’s Unified DevOps Platform now Accessible on Azure Marketplace

Opsera announced its availability on the Azure Marketplace. The Opsera Unified DevOps Platform helps Azure customers boost app deployment efficiency with actionable insights, enhancing developer productivity, reducing tool sprawl, and identifying areas for software delivery improvement.

Unlike other platforms, Opsera’s Unified DevOps Platform brings together the entire software development lifecycle with developer activity and delivery insights for GitHub Copilot and DORA, native integrations and automation for more than 80% of the top CI/CD tools, and unified data for SDLC, IaC, SaaS applications like Salesforce and Snowflake, and mobile application development, helping teams make the most of their current technology investments.

Microsoft Azure Marketplace is an online store that provides services and applications that are certified to run on the Azure platform. It is a medium for companies to discover ready-to-use, cloud-based solutions. With its innovative and patented technology, Opsera brings insights-driven automation to the Azure Marketplace.

“We are thrilled to offer Opsera’s Unified DevOps Platform on Azure Marketplace,” said Kumar Chivukula, co-founder and CEO of Opsera. “Azure customers can now utilize Opsera’s sophisticated, award-winning technology to tap into powerful Unified Insights that enable them to make smart decisions, faster while adhering to strict compliance requirements.”

With Opsera, enterprise teams have the choice and flexibility with their tools and automation, while accelerating DevOps maturity and maintaining the highest levels of quality and security that cannot be found with other platforms on the market. Opsera improves developer experience with predictive insights and recommendations with Hummingbird AI, helps enterprises accelerate their modernization journey and provides the most comprehensive insights from code to cloud.

Find Opsera’s Unified DevOps Platform on Azure Marketplace here

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