DevOps is the latest application engineering methodology which concentrates on effective collaboration between developers, project managers, operations staff while aligning with enterprise business goals. The conventional approaches operated before the DevOps methodology lacked a powerful combined exertion among various departments of application development, which ultimately lead to extra time in development, more holes in the customer’s pocket, and customer dissatisfaction.
Advantages of Adopting DevOps
DevOps has carried the operations and development teams onto the same edge. Before DevOps, developers used to write the complete code and then send it to the operations team. With DevOps, tasks are divided equally among various teams with a single aim so that every team has clear visibility of application performance.
- Accepting DevOps in your organization provides
- Continuous software delivery
- Enhanced customer experience
- Faster resolution of bugs
- Higher employee engagement
- Faster delivery of the product
- More stable environment for easy deployments
- More time for innovation
- Increased efficiency
6 Cs of DevOps Adoption
Constant planning denotes to bringing your whole team —business analysts, developers, testers, and operations — to a single platform to regulate the scope of the software in the preparation of a release plan.
CI (Continuous Integration) address the developer community by concentrating on error-free deployments following the best methods and standards of version control.
Testing is a significant part of the Software Development Cycle. Testing makes sure the quality of the product delivered to the customer. DevOps emphasis automation of all the phases of software testing in Continuous testing.
Continuous monitoring makes sure that the application is performing as assumed and the production atmosphere is kept stable no matter the occurrence of modifications without any human interaction.
Continuous delivery is the method that makes sure that the code is deployed to the production environment by delivering every change to a production-like environment.
The next phase of continuous delivery is continuous deployment. Each modification that passes the automated tests through testing is deployed to the production atmosphere automatically.
Advantages of Mobile DevOps
Building Better Applications
User experience is the most important factor. Mobile DevOps enables instant reporting and feedback, regression testing, and a transparent development process, which results in faster troubleshooting of the errors, faster fixes, and optimized user experience.
Faster Release Time
DevOps upsurges associations among the various departments and teams and shortens the process of information sharing, which results in faster code releases.
DevOps makes sure a transparent process, upsurges communication among different teams, and helps in building better products. DevOps eliminates numerous blockages, counting
- Inconsistent development process
- Lack of ownership
- Manual testing process
- Instability in workflow
- Poor communication