According to Gartner, 76 per cent of teams responsible for digital products are now also responsible for revenue generation. CIOs are looking for new practices and approaches that their teams can adopt to deliver that high business value, along with mitigating risk and increasing customer satisfaction. A digital immune system provides such a roadmap.
Digital immunity combines data-driven insight into operations, automated and extreme testing, automated incident resolution, software engineering within IT operations and security in the application supply chain to increase the resilience and stability of systems.
Gartner predicts that by 2025, organisations that invest in building digital immunity will reduce system downtime by up to 80% - and that translates directly into higher revenue.
A robust digital immune system protects applications and services from anomalies, such as the effects of software bugs or security issues by making applications more resilient so that they recover quickly from failures.
It can reduce business continuity risks created when critical applications and services are severely compromised or stop working altogether.
Digital immunity has emerged as a strategic priority for organisations striving to create secure software development that delivers business value. Organisations have increasingly turned to software development to gain a competitive edge, innovate and enable more efficient operations.
At the same time, the increasing role of software development in business revenue brings the importance of high-quality, secure and user-friendly software to the forefront.
A digital immune system combines a range of practices and technologies from software design, development, automation, operations, and analytics to create superior user experience (UX) and reduce system failures that impact business performance. A digital immune system protects applications and services in order to make them more resilient so that they recover quickly from failures.
A robust digital immune system protects applications and services from anomalies, such as the effects of software bugs or security issues by making applications more resilient so that they recover quickly from failures. It can reduce business continuity risks created when critical applications and services are severely compromised or stop working altogether.
Enterprises face unprecedented challenges in ensuring resilient operating environments, accelerated digital delivery and reliable end-user experience. Organisations expect to have the ability to react to market changes quickly and innovate at a fast rate. End users expect more than sound functionality — they want high performance and their transactions and data to be secure and satisfactory interactions.
A digital immune system makes use of a variety of software engineering strategies, design, development, technologies, and data analytics to autonomously mitigate and respond to operational risks and security risks, in real time.
Gartner, one of the leading technology research and consulting firms, has declared digital immune systems to be one of the strategic trends in software system design.
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