DevOps has evolved big time from a buzzword and has captured a substantial position in IT. Today’s enterprise applications are not simply released, developers do not receive real-time feedback on their code because of no collaboration between the teams. Enterprise spends more time testing, deploying and releasing software than designing and building it. Businesses across the world are adopting DevOps and integrating it in their software development process. DevOps simplifies building, testing, and releasing software/application. It focusses on bringing Development and Operation teams together and streamlines communication while automating the software delivery process and infrastructure changes. DevOps brings stability and allows faster deployments with minimal risk of failures. DevOps focuses on:
- Continuous planning:Identify business needs, outcome, and resources.
- Collaborative development:Development and programming.
- Continuous testing:Unit, functional and integration testing.
- Continuous deployment:A CD pipeline to implement code review.
- Continuous monitoring:Check changes, rectify errors when they happen.
- Customer feedback: Immediate response from your customers for your product
- Lack of collaboration
- Low productivity
- High Failure rate
- Increased infrastructure spends
- Inconsistent Standards
- Slow code deployments
- Difficulties in tracking changes
- Reduced costs on development, testing, and operations
- Reduced time-to-market
- Improved quality and performance of applications
- Increased collaboration between departments
- Reduction in time spent fixing and maintaining applications
- Increased Revenue