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What is DevOps? Borne of the need to improve IT Service Agility, the DevOps movement lays great emphasis upon collaboration, communication, and integration among IT operations and software developers. Instead of looking at the two groups as silos passing things across but not working together, DevOps sees them as inter-dependent units to help the organization provide IT and software services rapidly.


Why Organizations Need Devops? The benefits of DevOps outweigh the potential difficulties. Aligning the two transparency-limited siloes ensures that systems are delivered faster, and also reduces risks in production changes through nonfunctional and automated testing, as well as shorter developmental iterations. The DevOps approach automates the service management for the support of operational objectives, and improves understanding of the layers in the production environment stack. In turn, this helps prevent and resolve production issues.


Technical Benefits: 1. Problems are less complex and can be fixed a lot more easily 2. Software delivery becomes a continuous process 3. Problems are resolved more quickly The Business Benefits: 1. Features are delivered more quickly 2. Operating environments become more stable 3. Additional time is available to add value.


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What is DevOps?  

Borne of the need to improve IT Service Agility, the DevOps movement lays great emphasis upon collaboration, communication, and integration...

What is DevOps?  

Borne of the need to improve IT Service Agility, the DevOps movement lays great emphasis upon collaboration, communication, and integration...

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