Closing the Developer Skill Gap


What is DevOps?



  • Overcoming the Dev versus Ops psyche
  • Traversing from legacy infrastructure to microservices
  • Too much attention on tools
  • Resilience to change
  • Dev and Ops toolset incompatibility


  1. Prompter delivery time: The main pillars of DevOps — automation, pauseless delivery, and fast feedback cycle — aim to make a software development process speedier and more accurate. Being a remarkable stretch of Agile technology, DevOps makes use of automation to ensure a smooth flow of the SDLC. By promoting an adaptive culture, it offers the glimmer for quick and continuous feedback so that any glitches are fixed in time and the releases are done faster.
  2. High collaboration between teams (Business/Dev/Ops): Today, more than ever before, development teams need to break down their inter-departmental silos and communicate in a dynamic, round–the–clock platform. DevOps draws the way to improve business fluency by providing the much–needed air of mutual collaboration, communication, and association across globally–distributed groups in an IT organization. The already set boundaries based on roles are lining in such an encouraging DevOps environment. All team members, together, are responsible for delivering the required stuff in order.
  3. Better client experiences: With DevOps, organizations can improve their release frequency by 200x, recovery times by 24x, and decrease change failure rates by 3x. By automating the delivery pipeline, it becomes probable to enhance the reliability and stability of an application after every new deployment. When the applications work flawlessly in production, organizations reap the benefit of Better client experiences.
  4. Early malfunction detection: The collective DevOps environment imbibes a culture of knowledge sharing across the groups. The automated, constant monitoring and regular testing of the code help improve the overall build quality. Teams are empowered to share their thoughts for early defect resolution.
  5. Continuous Release and Deployment: Today’s software development practices demand groups to continuously deploy high-quality software, decrease go-to-market timelines, and redesign shorter release cycles. DevOps recruits this thorough automation. Automated CI/CD pipeline lets the Dev and Ops teams develop and deploy code almost automatically. Further, when QA is embedded and automated, it handles the quality part of the code. Thus overall, DevOps enhances better efficiency, higher quality, and faster & continuous deployments.
  6. Creative mindset: DevOps streamlines processes, produces efficient releases, and maintains quality builds. This means the deployment phases are easily flowing, the workers are better rested, and there is immense hope for bringing a creative approach for resolving issues.

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