DevOps is a combination of processes, practices, culture, tools and technologies that when combined enhance collaboration between the development and operations team and improve the quality of design and reduce time-to-market. Your product organization may be following DevOps already or perhaps it is new to DevOps. Either way, you need to get on the DevOps train if you want to remain competitive in the digital era.
DevOps has become common within many companies across a number of industries as design and development teams focus on creating products as fast as possible by leveraging automation, agile and DevOps processes. Still, even if you pioneered DevOps in your organization, if you don’t continuously refine and enhance your processes and practices, you risk falling behind your competitors. The business world is dynamic, and your DevOps has to be equally dynamic.
DevOps is a combination of practices, tools and philosophies that enables companies to work more efficiently and deliver higher quality applications, products and services to their customers much faster than traditional processes. Faster-to-market means improved customer satisfaction, which gives DevOps organizations an edge over the competition.