DevOps is a software development philosophy that emphasizes collaboration, communication, and integration between software development (Dev) and operations (Ops) teams. It aims to bridge the gap between these two teams and automate the process of software delivery and infrastructure management.
DevOps adoption benefits organizations by improving collaboration, communication, and efficiency between development and operations teams, enabling reliable and frequent software releases, reducing downtime, improving system stability and security, and helping organizations better serve their customers and stay competitive.
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DevSecOps enables software developers to incorporate security into every stage of their development, testing, and launch processes.
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Stable the Workplace
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Significant improvement in product quality
How DevOps works
DevOps works by integrating the development and operations teams, breaking down traditional silos and promoting collaboration and communication throughout the software delivery process.
This stage involves committing code to version control tools such as Git or SVN for maintaining the different versions of the code.
The stage is a critical point in the whole DevOps Lifecycle. It deals with integrating the different stages of the DevOps lifecycle and is, therefore, the key in automating the whole DevOps Process.
In this stage the code is built, the environment or the application is containerized and is pushed onto the desired server. The key processes in this stage are Configuration Management, Virtualization, and Containerization.
The stage automates testing of the developer's application. Errors prompt notification to the integration tool and developer, while successful tests result in pushing the build to the production server.
The stage continuously monitors the deployed application for bugs or crashes. It can also be set up to collect user feedback. The collected data is then sent to the developers to improve the application.
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