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How green is your application delivery software?

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Sustainability is a growing priority for businesses and customers alike. As companies focus on their sustainability and environmental social governance (ESG) impacts, the IT landscape is faced with increasing demand to have sustainable business practices. The environmental effects of software tend to be out of sight and out of mind: software does not directly emit greenhouse gas–but the hardware running it all does…and with real world impact. Most IT sustainability goals include reducing Scope 2 and 3 greenhouse (GHG) emissions to reduce their digital carbon footprint, the GHG emissions produced by digital technology resources, devices, tools, and platforms. Your digital carbon footprint includes emissions from the software delivery process–planning, coding, building, testing, release–in addition to energy consumed from customer use. So, how green is your application delivery software and what steps can you take to achieve your sustainability goals?

1. Improve the efficiency of your software delivery 

2. Maximize your available resources 

3. Strategically manage your portfolio 

4. Support remote work 

OpenText DevOps Cloud solutions provides key capabilities that Gartner identifies as opportunities to advance ESG goals across the business: 

To meet your sustainability goals head on, you need the necessary tools in place, the ability to track new processes or initiatives, and the right tech implemented and used properly. OpenText DevOps Cloud solutions can enable organizations to reach net-zero targets, reduce energy consumption, and contribute to a sustainable future. 

Take control of your sustainability goals and accelerate your software delivery with planning, testing, quality, and AI-powered automation available OpenText DevOps Cloud solutions.  

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