World DevSecOps Market to See 33.7% CAGR to 2023, Says Infoholic Research in Its Topical Report Available at MarketPublishers.com14 Nov 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The DevSecOps technology is poised to play an essential role at in maintaining the security by collaborating different departments at the first stages of product development.
The market for DevSecOps is anticipated to see 33.7% CAGR through to 2023. Factors like a hike in awareness about DevSecOps platforms, the soaring security breaches, need to improve a software development life cycle (SDLC) by reducing wasted time, and the soaring investment activities have boosted the demand for DevSecOps. Additionally, the rising demand for advanced technologies, like AI, automation, and cloud technologies, are projected to underpin the sector’s expansion and growth.
The Americas dominate the market, with Europe following after. The USA, Canada, the UK, Germany, and France are the key revenue generating countries due to the increasing breaches of security, cutting-edge technology, requirement of high-end software products, and administrative rules and regulations pertaining to security.
Chef Software, Puppet, Splunk, Amazon, IBM, CA Technologies, Qualys, amid others, are the leading players in the marketplace.
Topical market research report “Global DevSecOps Market: Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities, Trends, and Forecasts up to 2023” drawn up by Infoholic Research provides an in-depth analysis of present-day and future performance of the market.
The study offers detailed market segmentation analysis based on type of deployment, enterprise type, and region-wise. The research publication sheds light on the most recent trends, demand, leading players’ incentives, and technologies pertaining to the market. It gives all-round details about key regions, countries, uptake and plan ratio of DevSecOps, revenues, and prevalent trends. Furthermore, the report includes granular profiles of the leading market players.
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