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What is DevOps?

DevOps is the combination of people, process, and technology to continuously give value to consumers. DevOps allows previously siloed disciplines like development, IT operations, quality engineering, and security to interact and coordinate to create better, more reliable products. Teams respond  to customer requests, boost confidence in the apps they produce, and achieve business goals faster by adopting a DevOps culture and using DevOps practices and tools.

Why is DevOps Important?

Software has become an integral component of every part of a business. Companies communicate with their customers using software that is supplied as online services or applications and may be used on a variety of devices. They also leverage software to revolutionize every component of the value chain, including logistics, communications, and operations, to improve operational efficiencies.

Benefits of DevOps


  • Move at a high rate to better customer services, adapt to changing marketplaces, and increase the efficiency at achieving company results.
  • Increase the number  of releases and speed so that  you can innovate and upgrade your product more quickly.
  • Developer feedback is received more quickly, resulting in higher-quality code and increased productivity
  • Ensure the quality of application updates and infrastructure modifications so you can deliver at a faster rate while still providing a great customer experience.


  • Time to market or delivery of business-critical functionality in a shorter amount of time
  • Shortens the amount of time to market or deliver business required functionality.

Rapid Delivery:

  • The faster you can deploy new features and solve defects, the better you’ll be able to adapt to client requests and gain a competitive advantage.


  • Time to market or delivery of business-critical functionality in a shorter amount of time
  • Shortens the amount of time to market or deliver business required functionality.

Improved Collaboration:

  • Implement Multi-level communication and expertise sharing amongst your development, security, and operations teams.
  • Create more successful teams by following a DevOps model that stresses principles like ownership and accountability.
  • Developers and operations teams work closely together, sharing a lot of tasks and combining procedures. This saves time and money by reducing inefficiencies.
  • Increase the quality of your releases and the amount of issues that occur once they are deployed to production.
  • Increase the quality level of your releases and reduce the number of issues post-deployment to production.
  • Improve your application development projects’ performance, scalability, and resiliency.
  • (CI) Continuous integration guarantees that the impact of new code is visible.

DevOps Practices

Teams bring DevOps to life by following particular practices across the application lifecycle, in addition to developing a DevOps culture. Some of these practices help in the accelerating, automating, and improving of a particular phase. Others cover multiple phases, assisting teams in creating streamlined processes that boost production.

Continuous Integration

We make it possible for you to write, test, and release code more quickly and consistently in order to meet your customers’ changing needs. Configuration management is managing  the state of a system’s resources, such as servers, virtual machines, and databases. Teams can roll out changes in a controlled, systematic manner using configuration management technologies, decreasing the risks of changing system configuration. Teams utilize configuration management tools to keep track of system state and avoid configuration drift, which occurs when a system resource’s configuration drifts from the planned state over time. Both system definition and configuration are straightforward to templatize and automate when used in conjunction with infrastructure as code, allowing teams to manage complicated environments at scale.

Infrastructure as Code

Infrastructure as code defines system resources and topologies in a way that allows teams to manage resources like they would code. Those definitions can also be saved and versioned in version control systems, where they can be reviewed and reverted in the same way that code can. Infrastructure as code practices allows teams to deploy system resources in a consistent, repeatable, and controlled manner. Infrastructure as code also aids deployment automation and decreases the chance of human error, particularly in complex large environments. This repeatable, consistent solution for environment deployment allows teams to maintain production-like development and testing environments.As a result, replicating environments to different data centers and cloud platforms becomes simpler and more efficient.

Continuous Monitoring

Continuous monitoring refers to having complete, real-time visibility into the performance and health of the entire application stack, from the program’s underlying infrastructure to higher-level software components. The collecting of telemetry and metadata, as well as the creation of alerts for predefined conditions that require an operator’s attention, are all part of this visibility. Telemetry is a collection of event data and logs gathered from various sections of the system and kept in a central location where they can be analyzed and queried.

High-performing DevOps teams ensure that actionable, relevant warnings are issued and that rich telemetry is collected so that massive amounts of data can be analyzed. These insights assist the team in resolving difficulties in real time and identifying ways to improve the program in future development cycles.

Communication and Collaboration

One of the important cultural aspects of DevOps is increased communication and collaboration in an organization. By physically putting the processes and responsibilities of development and operations together, DevOps tooling and automation of the software delivery process promotes teamwork. These teams establish strong cultural norms around information sharing and communication using chat applications, issue or project tracking systems, and wikis. This enables developers, operations, and even other teams like marketing and sales communicate more quickly, allowing all elements of the business to align more closely on goals and projects.