Managing the workflow for you
One aspect of workflow is the automatic verification of whether all the modules that together constitute an application can work well collectively – even with changes.
“Modern software development uses so-called microservices. These are small devices with functionalities that you can add, customize and remove both quickly and easily without affecting the overall performance.”
An application can easily consist of hundreds of microservices that communicate through APIs.
“This creates several thousands of integration checkpoints. Everyone must be thoroughly checked on every occasion. This causes such a complicated and labor-intensive orchestration that it is impossible to do it manually. However, OpenShift takes care of this tedious job. It is also possible to visualize the connections between all the different components.”
With OpenShift, businesses can also ensure continued compliance and consistency with different requirements and regulations, and thus be optimally prepared for system audits.
“With the platform you can perform the necessary controls and generate the reports you need. The code is packaged and delivered with check numbers in such a way that it is guaranteed to be impossible to hack and change the software.”
“You can always be 100 percent sure that the correct code is in the production pipeline and that no one has interfered along the way,” Månsby continues.