The best way to describe DevOps is as a team effort to create, develop, and quickly deploy secure software. DevOps approaches allow software developers (Dev) and operations (Ops) team members to expedite delivery through automation, teamwork, continuous feedback, and iterative development.
A DevOps delivery method builds on the cross-functional strategy of creating and deploying applications more quickly and iteratively, which stems from an agile software development methodology. By adopting DevOps, companies are choosing to enhance their application’s workflow and value provision by fostering a more collaborative culture across the development lifecycle.
DevOps Culture Philosophy
Small, interdisciplinary, experienced teams with shared responsibilities operate together across any DevOps enterprise’s development, QA, and operations departments. Teams must concentrate on quality products and rapid delivery by:
- Collaborative actions;
- Stakeholders’ feedback.
The business itself is also expected to
- Reduce departmental silos;
- Allow teams to act independently;
- Adopt rules and procedures for governance that promote