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Security for financial service providers is the number one priority that is achieved and maintained by applying DevOps practices.

With the increase in the number of people using digital payment methods, there is also a growth in data that needs to be processed, and the security of said data needs to be strengthened. With DevOps, Fintech processes are improved considerably. There is an improvement in data analysis, thus increasing the awareness of the software operation. It enables maintenance to be simple, frequent, and effective. Also, the continuous monitoring of the operating system makes it easy to identify security concerns. If they are breached, it may cost the company a lot of money and effort.

The increased volume of requests, processes, and new information can cause the system to crash, reduce its response time, and make some clients unavailable. To minimize these negative effects, it’s advisable to implement DevOps for financial services, which includes automation of regular requests. Automation allows the program to run multiple commands at once, thus decreasing the response time. Most of the Fintech solutions are those concerned with speed, security, and quality delivery, which is what DevOps is all about.

What benefits does DevOps bring in Fintech?
Increased protection and security

Increased protection and security

High scalability

High scalability

Faster deployments

Faster deployments

Continuous feedback

Continuous feedback

Cost minimization

Cost minimization

DevOps best practices for Fintech?
Automated tests
Automation makes continuous deployment occur frequently, thus increasing the number of releases and updates. Even after deployment of CI/CD, automated tests continue to run in search of any product vulnerabilities that may compromise the functionality, and notifications are immediately sent to responsible personnel to be rectified immediately.
Microservices
Microservices is the partitioning of the code into modular components that integrate through a seamless connection. Microservices enhance the quality of the product by means of data integration, easier debugging, and updating content. They also ensure that an error in one block does not propagate to affect other modules.
Standby Backup Systems
A company's credibility depends on its security and availability at any time. To ensure a certain level of trust, redundancy systems are required in the form of backups. The standby backups provide the company with insurance: if their main system fails, their customers will not be affected in any way.
Zero downtime
With most payments now being handled electronically, any issue with service availability will result in the company losing a lot of money. Furthermore, zero downtime deployment ensures that the site is always online, and, as a result, the company’s credibility increases, thus improving the company’s reputation.
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